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1 Buprenorphine Abuse

Buprenorphine Abuse

July 29th, 2018

Definitions and tell-tale signs of buprenorphine misuse. More here on treatment strategies and ways to help yourself or a loved one with a burenorphine abuse problem.

1 Oxycodone Rehab Cost

Oxycodone Rehab Cost

July 24th, 2018

Rehab can cost around $20K for a one month residential program. However, outpatient programs can be 2-3 times less expensive. More on average costs and payment ideas for rehab here.

Ritalin Abuse

Ritalin Abuse

July 16th, 2018

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.

Adderall Withdrawal

Adderall Withdrawal

July 13th, 2018

Thinking about stopping Adderall, but concerned about withdrawal symptoms? Find out how to mentally prepare for the experience, and what to expect here.

4 Rehab for Xanax

Rehab for Xanax

July 11th, 2018

An addiction to Xanax can leave you feeling helpless. But recovery is possible. Read on to find out more about what to expect from a reputable rehab and where to get started.

Helping a Teen Caught Up in the Opioid Epidemic

Helping a Teen Caught Up in the Opioid Epidemic

July 6th, 2018

There are things a parent can do to help teens cope with prescription painkillers. If you’re looking for advice, here are some actions you can take…TODAY!

1 Valium Abuse

Valium Abuse

July 3rd, 2018

Taking Valium in a way that is not recommended by a doctor is illegal and abusive. But, what are the side effects of Valium abuse? How can a problem be treated? We review here.

Vicodin Addiction Treatment

Vicodin Addiction Treatment

June 24th, 2018

What are the signs of Vicodin addiction? How can be treated? Find out here.

Oxycodone Dependence

Oxycodone Dependence

June 20th, 2018

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.

1 Suboxone Withdrawal

Suboxone Withdrawal

June 17th, 2018

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.

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