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.
Do you have a marijuana test coming up? Eager to know if your test will show positive or negative? We outline the basic guidelines for marijuana detection for hair, blood, saliva, and urine tests in this infographic. Get prepared!
If you’re considering quitting morphine, you should do so under medical supervision. Morphine withdrawal can trigger severe symptoms that can be supervised in a safe environment. Learn more about withdrawal protocols here, with a section for your questions at the end.
Learn more about the nature of buprenorphine dependence, its signs and symptoms, and ways to treat it. A comprehensive review of how people become dependent on buprenorphine (AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT) here.
Discussing about your pill addiction to your child can sometimes bring fear and stress? Learn how to bring these news with calm.
Yes. Heroin is hard to quit. However, with proper medical treatment and support you can succeed! Read more about what makes heroin so addictive, as well as the most appropriate methods for coming off this powerful and highly addictive drug here.
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A look into the connection and linkages between substance use disorder and mental illness…plus the call for proper diagnosis and treatment. From expect Contributor, Dr. Jeff Nalin, Psy.D.
Get to understand Adderall addiction causes and effective treatment methods, here.
Dealing with addiction and stress burnout complicates recovery, so it’s critical to put your own needs first by engaging in consistent self care. Sound Healing helps you reduce and minimize the chronic stressors in your life that can lead to burnout. More here.
Can Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) be successfully utilized as a part of addiction treatment? We think it shows promise. For more, read here.