Addiction does not have to be a life sentence. Life as a recovering person can be exciting and rewarding. Getting clean and sober is not easy, but you can do it! There is hope. All you must do is begin.
prescription drug addiction
To treat oxycodone addiction, you’ll need to address physical dependence and go through withdrawal. But once you’re off oxycodone … how do you stay off it? We review the most common treatments for oxycodone addiction here. Then, we invite your questions at the end.
Painkiller Addiction Causes: American Culture and Why We Think it’s Okay to be Addicted to Prescription OpioidsSeptember 17th, 2013
A painkiller can be a problem, not a cure, for pain. In fact, painkillers kill tens of thousands of patients every year. How did this come about? More from personal injury lawyer Richard P. Console Jr. here.
Should doctors who neglect due diligence be held responsible for prescription opioid addiction? We explore here.
How do you tell the difference between someone having an off day and someone who is abusing drugs or alcohol? We review here.
Taking more pain killers than prescribed, doctor shopping and social withdrawal are all symptoms of prescription pain killer abuse and possible addiction. A list of Top 10 symptoms here.
Should you flush your old prescription drugs down the toilet? Maybe. More on how to get rid of your prescriptions here.
Yes. Like many painkillers, you can get high on Darvocet. Because serious heart issues can arise from using Darvocet, Darvocet has been withdrawn from the US market since 2010. However, this drug is still available in some countries.
Yes, Klonopin is addictive. What’s your risk of getting addicted? Find out here.