Current U.S. statistics suggest that ineffective patient-clinician relationships may contribute to opioid misuse. Here, we summarize important recommendations that we can apply to start to prevent opioid misuse in clinical settings.
There are many ways you can help an OxyContin addict. Show support and encouragement. Stage interventions. Or, research treatment resources in your local area. More about what you can do to help a loved one here.
Addicts can be hard on themselves…let alone society! Learn what you should do for your friend or family member when they are facing an addiction. More here.
Are you physically addicted to Ambien? Check the signs and symptoms to see if you may need help.
You can get addicted to tramadol. Usually, people get ‘hooked’ by abusing it, but is tramadol use considered safe otherwise? We explore in this article.
Do you suspect you may have developed physical addiction to Percocet? Read this article to learn how physical Percocet addiction is formed, how you can recognize it, and treat it.
How can you recognize Ritalin addiction? Guidelines on how you can avoid getting addicted AND signs of Ritalin addiction here. More on Ritalin’s addictive potential in this article.
Methadone is considered an extremely addictive drug. Learn more about the physically addictive potential of methadone, here.
You can help and oxycodone addict only when they is ready and willing to make a change in their life. Learn about the available options to aid yourself or a friend addicted to oxycodone, here.
Can you take too much Ritalin to accidentally overdose? It is recommended that the daily Ritalin dose should not exceed 60 mg. More on Ritalin dosage and safety, here.