A how to guide for discussing substance use disorders and going to rehab with your boss. Signs of a problem...plus tips on how to have The Big Talk. More here.
Oxycodone dependence is a physical need to use the medication in order to function normally. The body can easily develop tolerance, or produce withdrawal symptoms when use is stopped. What then? Learn more here.
Check out our review of a book packed with 101 helpful tools, strategies, and coping skills to assist you in all stages of addiction recovery. How this useful book can help you here.
Withdrawal is a sign that the body is seeking homeostasis. Luckily, Suboxone withdrawal is not as severe as other opioid withdrawals. In fact, some of the symptoms mimic flu. Tips and suggestions on how to ease Suboxone withdrawal symptoms here.
Wondering how benzodiazepine is metabolized and appears on a drug test? This infographic sheds light on different timelines for benzodiazepine detection. More on blood, urine, hair, and saliva detection windows here.
Read more about the effects of Ativan when you take it regularly and the consequences of long term use or abuse here.
Coming to terms with your identity can be a difficult and painful path…but one that leads to freedom and joy. If you are gay and struggling with substance use, this personal experience can help encourage you to live in your truth.
Although it's one of the most commonly prescribed pain relievers, hydrocodone is also very addictive. Rehab for hydrocodone has helped many individuals break their ties with this drug, and it can help you as well. Read on for more information about rehab for hydrocodone and what to expect.
A look at drug use trends and the five classes of drugs teens experiment with: alcohol, opioids, synthetics, marijuana, and hallucinigens.
Yes, crack is extremely hard to quit. Crack is a more concentrated form of powder cocaine and is highly addictive! We provide you with information about what to expect during crack withdrawal here. Plus, we'll examine risky vs. safe ways of coming off crack. Finally, we invite your questions at the end.