What is Holistic Addiction Medicine? An INTERVIEW with Gateway FoundationAugust 17th, 2018
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Codeine testing timelines help to determine how long this drug stays in your system. Check out this infographic to find out the detection times of Codeine on various different drug tests.
The typical duration of painkiller withdrawal is one week. However, symptoms may persist longer depending on the severity of a person’s dependence. Review the safest way stop using painkillers for good here. We'll help you plan for a drug-free life!
In this article, you'll learn how to understand and identify addiction. Then, we'll explain how you can find appropriate treatment. Finally, we list your rehab options...a comprehensive GUIDE to PCP addiction and its treatment here!
Adolescent suicidal behaviors and substance use are disturbingly common and may be related. This is an extremely practical guide for parents of teenagers who have attempted suicide. Step-by-step suggestions on what to do next.
A comprehensive review of unhealthy drinking patterns, signs and symptoms of alcohol abuse, and ways to address a drinking problem. Read for more here.
Yes. Coming off meth is complicated and includes: anxiety, depression, excessive sleeping and lethargy. Because of the uncomfortable withdrawal it's best that you seek aid from addiction professionals in order to overcome these symptoms easily. Learn the safest ways to come off meth here.
A detailed review of crystal methamphetamine addiction, what causes it, and ways to address it. More here.
No, not really. Triggers can stay with you for the rest of your life. But you don't need to act on them. A guide on best practices for addressing triggers for people in addiction recovery. Read more here.
As a stimulant, Ritalin can trigger euphoric feelings, which is why it's popularly abused. Ritalin abuse has numerous side effects, such as vomiting, nausea, poor appetite, or even hallucinations. More on what to do about Ritalin abuse here.