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  • Side Effects of Tussionex Abuse

    Tussionex, a prescription cough medicine, contains a mixture of hydrocodone (an opioid pain reliever) and chlorpheniramine (an antihistamine). In 2008, the FDA issued an alert regarding the dangers of misusing Tussionex, stating that abusing it can ...

    ... Buprenorphine: Treats withdrawal ... symptoms, decreases urges to use, and shortens length of detox. Like methadone, it can also be used as long-term maintenance and may be given in combination with naloxone ... continue reading
  • The Effects of Opioid Use

    Are Opioids Harmful? Opioids are a class of drugs that include prescription painkillers such as oxycodone (Oxycontin), hydrocodone (Vicodin), codeine , and morphine ; synthetic opioids including fentanyl ; and the illegal drug heroin . 1,2 ...

    ... can administer naloxone, a ... withdrawal is medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which includes medication and counseling. 6 There are medications that can help treat opioid disorders, including methadone, buprenorphine ... continue reading
  • How to Help a Percocet Addict

    Help for Percocet Addicts If you're battling an addiction to Percocet (the combination of acetaminophen and oxycodone - an opiate-derived pain reliever ), you're not alone. According to the 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, approximately ...

    ... - Mimics the effects of opioids without the addictive high or the withdrawal. Suboxone - Combines buprenorphine with naloxone (a medication that blocks opioid receptors and can reverse opioid overdose). Due to ... continue reading
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  • Side Effects of ACTIQ Abuse

    ACTIQ is a brand name for fentanyl, an extremely powerful opioid painkiller that is used only for severe pain such as breakthrough cancer pain 1 . Fentanyl is available in a number of formulations and delivery methods, including 2,3,4 : Tablets and ...

    ... of opioids can be treated with an opioid antagonist, naloxone, to reverse some of the potentially lethal drug ... to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Probuphine , a buprenorphine implant that provides low doses ... continue reading
  • Effects of Hydromorphone Abuse

    Hydromorphone (brand names: Dilaudid, Exalgo) is a powerful semi-synthetic opioid painkiller used in both hospital settings and as part of a long-term treatment regimen for significant pain in opioid-tolerant individuals. Depending on the needs of ...

    ... of hydromorphone need to seek immediate emergency care. Naloxone, an opioid antagonist , may be used in an ... withdrawal without producing a high. Buprenorphine , a partial opioid agonist that also relieves withdrawal ... continue reading
  • The Effects of Dilaudid Use

    Is Dilaudid Harmful? Dilaudid (hydromorphone) is an opioid analgesic prescribed to relieve pain. It is available in hospital settings as an injectable solution, or may be prescribed in either an oral solution or tablet form. Its use is frequently ...

    ... of a long-term maintenance plan against opiate addiction. Buprenorphine also treats withdrawal symptoms and opiate cravings. It is often combined with naloxone (as Suboxone), which helps prevent misuse and minimizes the ... continue reading
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  • Tramadol Withdrawal

    Tramadol is an opioid medication that works to relieve moderately severe pain by changing the way that the brain and nervous system perceive and respond to pain 1,2 . The substance was prescribed more than 43 million times during 2013 according to ...

    ... a day or two of last use and continue for approximately 4 to 10 days 8 . During this time, the withdrawal symptoms will change and develop. Early in the process, the individual is likely to experience 5,6,8 : Anxiety ... continue reading
  • Vicodin Abuse

    What Is Vicodin? Physicians often prescribe Vicodin, a combination of hydrocodone (an opiate) and acetaminophen, for the relief of moderate to severe pain. It works by blocking pain receptors in the brain, but it also induces a sense of euphoria, ...

    ... you choose an inpatient or outpatient program, you may opt to go through the process of detox and withdrawal on a residential basis, where licensed medical personnel can help you get through the process with as little ... continue reading
  • Actiq (Fentanyl) Lollipop Abuse

    Actiq is a brand name for the opioid drug fentanyl. 3 Actiq comes as a lozenge on a handle (like a lollipop) and the fentanyl is quickly absorbed through the oral mucosa (along with fentanyl that is swallowed being slowly absorbed through the ...

    ... the person before first responders get there. If you have naloxone, give it to the person. Do your best to make ... drugs to prevent or reduce symptoms of withdrawal.(These do not count as diagnostic symptoms for opioid ... continue reading
  • Using Painkillers When Pregnant

    Prescription painkillers, or opioids, are commonly used to treat pain. Opioid painkillers include drugs such as hydrocodone (Vicodin), oxycodone (OxyContin), codeine, and morphine. In addition to their inclusion in the many opioid analgesic ...

    ... breastfeeding if the mother is using methadone or buprenorphine. 5 A baby with NAS may require treatment ... develops a physical dependence, they will likely experience withdrawal symptoms if they stop using, or drastically ... continue reading
  • How to Help an Opiate Addict

    Help for Opiates Addicts Opiates are some of the most abused drugs in America, with prescription opiates accounting for up to 5.1 million cases of addiction. Around 210 million doses of opiates, including morphine , OxyContin and Vicodin , were ...

    ... -acting synthetic opioid agonist. It reduces cravings and alleviates symptoms of withdrawal in order to prevent relapse. Buprenorphine: Buprenorphine is a synthetic opioid medication that works as a partial agonist at ... continue reading
  • Tramadol Addiction

    Tramadol is an opioid analgesic medication prescribed for pain relief. 1 Used as prescribed, tramadol can be effective for managing moderate to moderately severe pain. 1 Like other prescription opioid painkillers, it has the potential for misuse, ...

    ... reduce cravings. Methadone is a long-acting full opioid agonist. As with buprenorphine, methadone can help to reduce withdrawal symptoms and control cravings for tramadol. Behavioral Therapy There are several behavioral ... continue reading
  • What Are the Side Effects of Oxycodone?

    Is Oxycodone Dangerous? Oxycodone is a prescription opioid analgesic that is used to manage moderate to severe pain by changing the way that the brain responds to pain. 1 It is the primary active component in the commonly prescribed pharmaceutical ...

    ... synthetic opioid that helps with withdrawal symptoms and relieves drug cravings. Buprenorphine: A partial opioid agonist drug, buprenorphine can also stabilize someone in opioid withdrawal and decrease cravings. Non ... continue reading
  • The Effects of OxyContin Use

    Is OxyContin Harmful? OxyContin is an opiate that is often prescribed for moderate to strong post-surgical pain or more chronic pain situations. Prescription rates are high in the United States. The drug is comprised of oxycodone— a substance that ...

    ... . You may be started on another 'stabilizing' opiate regimen, such as buprenorphine, to manage your symptoms and reduce the discomfort of withdrawal. During detoxification , your opioid intake will slowly be reduced, and ... continue reading
  • Percocet Abuse

    Since the mid-1990s, rates of prescription drug abuse have skyrocketed. Today, the widespread abuse of prescription medication—whether it involves opioid painkillers, sedatives or stimulants—is being recognized as a serious national health ...

    ... be administered medications to help manage opiate dependence like methadone or buprenorphine. These substances work to relieve cravings and withdrawal symptoms from the Percocet. Other treatment methods aimed at treating ... continue reading
  • The Effects of Vicodin Use

    Vicodin is an prescription painkiller medication that is comprised of two substances: Hydrocodone. Acetaminophen . Hydrocodone is an opiate drug that works as a pain reliever , useful in managing multiple levels of pain with similar efficacy to ...

    ... intense cravings for the drug that are common during withdrawal-helping to minimize the risk for relapse or continued drug use. At times, drugs like methadone or buprenorphine will be used to aid the transition away from ... continue reading
  • How to Help a Hydrocodone Addict

    If an addiction to hydrocodone is consuming your life or the life of someone you care about, you're not alone. Help is available, and it isn't hard to find when you know where to look. How to Approach a Hydrocodone Addict The abuse of hydrocodone ...

    ... agonist medication. It is used to prevent withdrawal symptoms and help curb cravings. The drug has a long history of being used to treat opioid-addicted individuals. Buprenorphine — A synthetic opioid that works as a ... continue reading
  • Dealing with Roxicodone Addiction

    The risk of addiction is not limited to the use of illicit substances like heroin or cocaine. Legal drugs have the potential to cause devastating addiction, as well, even if they were initially legitimately prescribed. The Substance Abuse and Mental ...

    ... cases, will be slowly tapered until full abstinence is achieved. Buprenorphine —Like methadone, this partial opioid agonist will aid in reducing withdrawals and cravings. Naltrexone —This substance works by blocking the ... continue reading
  • How to Help a Demerol Addict

    If you suspect that a loved one is abusing Demerol or you know someone who is trying to quit using, there are ways that you can help. How to Approach an Addict It is important to understand how to address the situation in a supportive manner. Here ...

    ... treatment (MAT) involves the use of medications, such as naltrexone or buprenorphine, to help people cope with cravings and withdrawal. MAT refers to the combination of medications with counseling and/or behavioral ... continue reading
  • How to Help an Oxycodone Addict

    Oxycodone is an opioid pain reliever prescribed to people experiencing moderate or severe pain. Due to the drug's ability to act on the opioid receptors in the body (and for extended periods, with some formulations) oxycodone is a highly useful ...

    ... another “stabilizing” or “maintenance” medication like buprenorphine (Suboxone, Subutex) or methadone . These substances can be controlled in a way to help prevent full withdrawal symptoms, reduce cravings and reduce the ... continue reading
  • Snorting Tramadol

    Tramadol is a medication prescribed to treat moderate to moderately severe pain in adults and, in its extended release forms, to manage certain chronic pain conditions. Similar to other pain medications like oxycodone, morphine, and hydrocodone, ...

    ... and engage in a drug-free lifestyle 13 . Learn more about what happens after detox on our Tramadol Withdrawal page. If you know of someone that is having problems due to snorting tramadol or if you snort tramadol ... continue reading
  • Snorting Hydrocodone

    Hydrocodone is an opioid substance used in many prescription medications to treat cough and pain. Hydrocodone is available in formulations of pure hydrocodone (Hysingla, Zohydro) or in combination with other pain relievers like ibuprofen ...

    ... 3 . Getting Help Major barriers to beginning a drug-free life are the unwanted and uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that present when someone who is dependent on hydrocodone ends use or abruptly decreases their intake ... continue reading
  • Roxy Drug Abuse

    Roxicodone (often called “roxies”, “roxys” or “blues”) is one of the brand names for oxycodone, a powerful opioid prescription painkiller. Roxicodone is prescribed to alleviate pain that cannot be managed by non-opioid pain relievers. As ...

    ... and fever. Profuse sweating, watering eyes, runny nose. Musculoskeletal aches and pains. Involuntary muscle jerks. The withdrawal symptoms will feel very uncomfortable (many describe it as the worst flu they've ever had ... continue reading
  • How to Help a Painkillers Addict

    Help for Painkiller Addicts Painkillers are routinely prescribed in the United States for the management of pain , but not all of them are addictive. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are often prescribed for the treatment of mild to ...

    ... you are experiencing: Troubled relationships with your friends and family. Unsuccessful attempts to stop using. Withdrawal symptoms upon cessation of use. Financial problems from spending an exorbitant amount of money on ... continue reading
  • The Effects of Percocet Use

    Is Percocet Harmful? When abused, Percocet can be quite harmful. Percocet is the brand name of a narcotic pain reliever containing a combination of oxycodone and acetaminophen (Tylenol) that is used to treat moderate to severe pain. The short-term ...

    ... but did not receive help. Prescription drug abusers make up a significant portion of those in need. Withdrawal symptoms can occur when a dependence or addiction has occurred and the drug is stopped suddenly or rapidly ... continue reading
  • The Effects of Tramadol Use

    Tramadol is a synthetic opioid analgesic (painkiller) that is frequently prescribed to manage moderate to severe levels of pain—such as that experienced after surgery or in chronic conditions like arthritis. It is commonly marketed under one of ...

    ... vomiting and nausea while withdrawing from tramadol. You may also experience tingling in your hands and feet. After withdrawal is complete, you may want to attend an inpatient program at a rehab center . These types of ... continue reading
  • The Effects of Hydrocodone Use

    About Hydrocodone Hydrocodone is a prescription medication sold under multiple brand names, such as: Vicodin. Norco. Lortab. The aforementioned trade names are combinations of hydrocodone and acetaminophen. Other trade formulations also exist that ...

    ... like other health issues, it requires treatment to overcome the problem. Hydrocodone Withdrawal and Addiction Treatment Withdrawal from hydrocodone can cause a number of physical, emotional and mental symptoms. Symptoms ... continue reading
  • Morphine Abuse

    What Is Morphine? Morphine is the primary chemical component in opium. It is an opioid analgesic drug that is used to treat severe pain, and it is regarded as the gold standard of pain relievers. Use can create a high that includes feelings of ...

    ... or other medical professional. They will talk you through the process, so you know what to expect. Withdrawal from opiates such as morphine can be quite uncomfortable, and the unpleasant symptoms sometimes diminish one's ... continue reading
  • The Effects of Painkiller Use

    A painkiller can be any one of a number of drugs, from over-the-counter (OTC) medications like Tylenol, ibuprofen, and aspirin, to prescribed drugs like oxycodone , codeine , morphine , Vicodin , and hydrocodone . All painkillers carry risks—even ...

    ... in order to feel normal. When a person dependent on a drug stops taking it, they will experience withdrawal symptoms. 2,9 Addiction is a chronic brain disease the causes people to compulsively seek and use drugs—despite ... continue reading
  • How to Help a Vicodin Addict

    Help for Vicodin Addiction Vicodin is one of the many brand names for the combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone . Hydrocodone is an opioid used to treat moderate and severe pain , as well as a treatment for cough. The acetaminophen is a less ...

    ... attempting to detox into a relapse. Because of this, professional treatment is often recommended to manage withdrawal symptoms and increase the comfort of the patient during the typically unpleasant detox process , which ... continue reading
  • Signs & Symptoms of Hydromorphone Abuse

    Hydromorphone is a prescription medication used for the long-term treatment of moderate to severe pain that cannot be managed by other pain medicines or non-pharmacologic options. Hydromorphone is an opioid pain medication that is available as a(n) ...

    ... of the most significant effects to be aware of regarding hydromorphone abuse manifest as tolerance, physiological dependence, withdrawal, and addiction 3 . Tolerance is the need to take more of a drug over time as the ... continue reading
  • How to Help a Tussionex Addict

    Tussionex is a combination of hydrocodone, an opioid painkiller and cough suppressant, and chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine which eases allergy symptoms 1 . As a cough medicine, Tussionex is frequently prescribed to both children and adults. It is ...

    ... : Detox programs: If a drug abuser suddenly stops using the drug, they may experience unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Detox programs are short-term treatment options that help the addicted individual to withdraw safely ... continue reading
  • Tussionex Abuse

    Tussionex is a prescription medication that includes a combination of chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine 1 , and the opioid painkiller hydrocodone . It is prescribed to treat respiratory symptoms, such as coughs, related to allergies or colds 1 . ...

    ... . Developing a tolerance, or requiring more of the drug to achieve the desired effect or high. Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when Tussionex use is suddenly stopped or decreased. If you or a loved one may be abusing ... continue reading
  • OxyContin Abuse

    What Is OxyContin? OxyContin is a branded formulation of the powerful opioid painkiller , oxycodone. It is prescribed to manage cases of moderate to severe pain. When taken as directed, it is a safe and effective medication, and has proven ...

    ... . As an example, your OxyContin abuse treatment may progress in this order: The first stage of OxyContin rehab is withdrawal or detox . Supervised, medication-assisted detox can minimize the discomfort associated with ... continue reading
  • How to Help a Tramadol Addict

    Help for Tramadol Addiction If you have been struggling with an addiction to tramadol , or you know someone who has, finding the proper treatment program is essential. Treatment for addiction can restore your quality of life. Regardless of how long ...

    ... feel like your body can't get anything done without the medication. It's common for abusers to experience withdrawal symptoms when they don't take tramadol. This is because the body develops a chemical dependency to the ... continue reading
  • Hydrocodone Abuse

    About Hydrocodone Hydrocodone is an opioid analgesic (painkiller) drug - included in the formulation of many narcotic prescription painkillers that are most often prescribed to control moderate to severe pain. As an opiate drug, it is in the same ...

    ... in danger of an overdose. Treatment for Hydrocodone Addiction Although rarely life threatening, opiate withdrawal symptoms for those who are dependent on hydrocodone can be extremely painful and unpleasant. Checking ... continue reading
  • How to Help an Oxycontin Addict

    OxyContin is a dangerous drug when not used properly, and it's easy to fall into the trap of addiction. Fortunately, there is help out there for anyone who is addicted to the substance, and it's never been easier to get help. How to Approach an ...

    ... . This process can be uncomfortable and cause flu-like symptoms. Even though the symptoms of withdrawal are not usually dangerous, withdrawing under medical supervision can help make you more comfortable and minimize ... continue reading
  • Opioid Painkiller Abuse

    The category of prescription painkillers covers a wide variety of opioid drugs, including morphine , codeine , oxycodone ( OxyContin , Percocet ), and hydrocodone ( Vicodin , Norco )—as controlled substances, each of these drugs have inherent ...

    ... . Opioid addiction treatment typically starts with medical detox and stabilization, which involves a supervised, medication-managed withdrawal from the drug. 5 In addition, there needs to be an assessment to see why the ... continue reading
  • Oxycodone Abuse

    What Is Oxycodone? ? Oxycodone is a pain-relieving drug that is prescribed frequently to address moderate to severe pain. The substance is found alone and in combination with other pain relievers in a tablet form under several brand names including: ...

    ... abuse include tolerance, physiological dependence and, ultimately, addiction. ? ? ? Oxycodone Abuse Treatment The withdrawal symptoms of oxycodone can be quite uncomfortable and long lasting. Because of this, individuals ... continue reading
  • Vicodin Addiction

    Vicodin addiction creates a variety of negative consequences for every person. The consequences of Vicodin use can be costly, both physically and emotionally. Like many other drugs of its kind, it is caused by the desire to enhance ones mood or at ...

    ... purpose. For people that suffer from addiction to the drug, do not abruptly stop using the drug as withdrawal will occur and is very dangerous to manage without medical help. Call for a referral to a Vicodin Addiction ... continue reading
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    The United States has the highest rate of opioid use per capita in the world. As a nation, we consume 80% of the world's opioid supply. 1 In 2014, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that 1.9 million people aged 12 or older had a ...

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    Marijuana (cannabis, weed, grass, hashish) is the most widely used illicit drug in the United States. According to the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, an estimated 8.4% of all Americans over the age of 12 (22.2 million people) used ...

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    Adderall, a branded formulation of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine , is a stimulant that doctors prescribe for the management of: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Narcolepsy. As a prescription stimulant, Adderall can be used to ...

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  • Effects of Stimulant Drugs

    Are Stimulants Harmful? Stimulants are a class of substances that increase certain types of cell signaling and amplify various physiologic processes throughout the brain and body. In particular, many types of stimulant drugs are associated with ...

    ... for getting help . It's never too late to make the first step toward recovery. Stimulant Withdrawal Treatment Withdrawal from stimulant abuse is not a life-threatening process, but it can be uncomfortable. There are ... continue reading
  • The Effects of Ketamine Use

    Is Ketamine Harmful? “It's easy to get ketamine abuse wrong because of its potency; it's more powerful than speed or coke weight for weight, so it's easy to accidentally overdose.” Like its sister drug CP, ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic, ...

    ... , it can lead to serious dependence. While you can build up a high tolerance to the drug without experiencing withdrawal, if your life is revolving around using, you need to seek help. Detox doesn't have to result in ... continue reading
  • The Effects of Valium Use

    Is Valium Harmful? Valium, a popular sedative-hypnotic prescription drug , has numerous effects on the body, many of which can be dangerous when the drug is misused or abused. Valium (diazepam) is prescribed for sleeplessness, anxiety, muscle ...

    ... . Lack of coordination. Feeling of being drunk. After the Valium high peaks, there can be a period of withdrawal—experienced as a comedown or crash. The mellow feeling begins to disappear as the brain rebounds and speeds ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Hawthorne, CA

    The impact of drug abuse extends into every part of the country, and anyone can be affected. At the top of the list of abused substances is alcohol. Legal to purchase and relatively easy to access by those too young to get it legally, alcohol is ...

    ... look the same. Some will require medical detox, whereas some may do well simply with emotional support through withdrawal. If you’re not sure where to begin, explore our rehab directory to locate a treatment option in ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Fort Lee, NJ

    If you are struggling with a substance abuse problem in Fort Lee, New Jersey, you are not alone. Getting treatment will help you safely get through the detox process and on the path to recovery. Alcohol, specifically, is a major problem in Fort Lee. ...

    ... treatment team should be able to monitor your health and minimize the dangers associated with the most serious withdrawal symptoms. If you want to begin your journey to recovery, you don’t have to fear the first ... continue reading
  • Concurrent Alcohol and Alprazolam Abuse

    Alprazolam, more commonly known by the brand name Xanax , is an anti-anxiety and panic disorder medication. Alprazolam is part of a class of drug called benzodiazepines , which have the potential to be addictive. Benzodiazepine medication is ...

    ... a co-occurring addiction should seek out a rehab center that is experienced in medically managing the withdrawal process for both of these central nervous system depressants, as alcohol and alprazolam can have dangerous ... continue reading
  • How to Help a Methadone Addict

    Help for Methadone Addicts Methadone is an opioid drug; however, it is beneficial in the treatment of heroin dependence or other forms of opiate abuse . While it is regularly used in the management of opioid dependence, methadone is potentially ...

    ... the potential for an addictive euphoric rush, the risks of negative side effects, and the risk of unpleasant withdrawal symptoms are minimized. What Are the Signs of Addiction? One of the key signs of abuse and addiction ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Roselle, NJ

    Roselle, New Jersey is among the many locations in the U.S. that struggle with the problem of drug abuse. In 2016, 3,365 Union County residents were admitted into substance abuse treatment, 123 of them being Roselle residents. 1 Beginning treatment ...

    ... . When you’re entering a program that has medical detox, you don’t have to worry about the pain of withdrawal; you can focus on your motivation to get sober. Once your mind and body are stable, you can enter treatment ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Hackensack, NJ

    Hackensack, New Jersey, like many cities in the U.S., boasts a proud and rich history. Unfortunately, it now is part of another narrative—that of the growing drug epidemic in this country. In 2016, 1,204 Bergen County, residents were admitted into ...

    ... important first step of searching for help. You may be afraid of what awaits you during the withdrawal process, but you should know that under good medical care and supervision, overcoming your heroin dependence is ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Elizabeth, NJ

    Elizabeth, New Jersey, has a serious substance abuse problem, reflected in the higher numbers of treatment admissions than all other cities in its county. Elizabeth was the top city in Union County for addiction treatment admissions in 2016. 1, p. 7 ...

    ... physically dangerous for a person to quit alone. 2,3 This is why treatment is so crucial, both during withdrawal and after. During a period of professional detox, a person may receive medications and care to reduce their ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in West Memphis, AR

    Take Your First Step In 2015, more than 165 people in Arkansas entered inpatient treatment for opioid addiction. 1 That same year, Arkansas saw over 400 drug-related deaths, equating to just over 13 people per 100,000 dying from overdose that year. ...

    ... to keep upping your dose to feel the effects. Another sign that you may need help is going through withdrawal when you try to stop or cut back on your substance use. An indicator that you’ve become physically dependent ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Apple Valley, CA

    The need for substance abuse treatment has steadily climbed in San Bernardino County in recent years. Between 2013 and 2014, admission to addiction treatment programs increased by 10%, driven by a 29% increase in alcohol-related treatment ...

    ... been hit by an alcohol use disorder, the issue may be new in development, with or without severe withdrawal risks, intrusive into every part of life or just some areas—everyone is different. For that reason, treatment ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Summerlin South, NV

    Drug overdose is a serious problem in the state of Nevada. The last 3 years of data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show the state surpassing the national average in drug overdose death rates for each of those years. 1 As a ...

    ... as part of their program. Some facilities will offer a “social,” or non-medical detox, where withdrawal is completed with support but without medications. This may be more appropriate for drugs like stimulants where the ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Bullhead City, AZ

    There is more out there for you than a life lived in active addiction. While it may not feel today as if there is much hope, people do recover every day with the help of substance abuse treatment. Often, the thought of facing withdrawal is a major ...

    ... for people considering treatment. The thought of sitting a room and suffering white-knuckled through a week of intense withdrawal may be enough to keep you from saying “yes” to recovery, but this mental image isn't an ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in North Las Vegas, NV

    Nevada's rate of stimulant overdose deaths is the highest in the nation and may even bypass the rate of opioid overdose deaths in the state if the rate continues to rise. 1 In fact, Nevada was one of only 14 states in which the psychostimulant ...

    ... isn't synonymous with addiction, it is a sign of a substance use disorder. For very serious withdrawal syndromes like those associated with alcohol and benzodiazepines, medical detox programs are recommended, as they can ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Memphis, AR

    In 2015, more than 165 people in Arkansas entered inpatient treatment for opioid addiction. 1 That same year, Arkansas saw over 400 drug-related deaths, equating to just over 13 people per 100,000 dying from overdose that year. 1 With rising numbers ...

    ... to keep upping your dose to feel the effects. Another sign that you may need help is going through withdrawal when you try to stop or cut back on your substance use. An indicator that you’ve become physically dependent ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Florence, AL

    Alabama has seen its share of problems with substance abuse: Overdoses were responsible for the deaths of 12 of every 100,000 residents in Lauderdale County in 2016. 1 The Alabama Department of Health spends an estimated $16 million each year to ...

    ... have what's known as a substance use disorder—a condition that would benefit from treatment): You suffer through withdrawal whenever you try to quit or cut back* You need to continually increase how much you consume to ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Collierville, TN

    When you’re ready to accept help, there’s still a bit more work to do. You’ll need to choose the best addiction rehab program for you and your individual needs. First, consider what drug or drugs you’ve been abusing. Certain substances are ...

    ... what drug or drugs you’ve been abusing. Certain substances are linked to serious withdrawal syndromes. Alcohol and sedative withdrawal is associated with the potential for seizures and other serious complications. Opioid ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Arlington, TN

    In 2015, there were 188 deaths from overdose in Tennessee. 1 If you are motivated to get clean, there are rehabs in Arlington or nearby that treat all varieties of drug and alcohol abuse and other substance abuse related issues. Treatment can give ...

    ... health professionals right there beside you to make sure that you are okay will make your experience of withdrawal smoother. When you feel ready, you can begin the process of finding an inpatient detox facility. You may ... continue reading
  • aliso-viejo-ca

    A gorgeous city along California's beautiful coastline, Aliso Viejo is a desirable location for those seeking to begin a new life in recovery. It might also be one of the safer locations to get sober. Of cities in Orange County, the city was among ...

    ... sedatives, alcohol), this type of treatment is also routinely recommended for opioid-dependent patients, as the withdrawal from these drugs can be severe enough to easily hinder a person's early recovery efforts. Medical ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Pleasantville, NJ

    Although it is located just minutes away from downtown Atlantic City and the beach, Pleasantville, NJ, faces the same struggles of many other New Jersey cities. Heroin and opiate addiction are the most commonly treated substance use disorders in ...

    ... must be first addressed so that the individual can begin therapy with a stable body and mind. Withdrawal from opioids can be intense, but medical detox programs help to reduce unnecessary suffering. 4 Once detox ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Paramus, NJ

    Just like its neighboring cities in Bergen County, Paramus faces serious problems with drug and alcohol abuse that affect its residents and nearby communities. Alcohol is a very commonly abused substance in Paramus, as 58% of treatment admissions to ...

    ... Jersey offer some or all of these services. Many people fear getting help because they’re afraid of withdrawal. It’s true that detox can be a painful, sometimes dangerous, experience (especially in the case of alcohol ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Bridgeton, NJ

    Alcohol abuse is a struggle for many living in Bridgeton, New Jersey. Cumberland County had a total of 1,910 substance abuse admissions in 2016, with more than a quarter of those (503) listing alcohol as the primary reason for admission. 1 Of the ...

    ... after your last drink. If your alcohol dependence is significant enough, you may experience severe—even deadly—withdrawal symptoms if you decide to stop drinking. If problem drinking is making your life worse, treatment ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Bayonne, NJ

    It's easier than ever for teens to access alcohol and other substances illegally, and that's unfortunately true in Bayonne, NJ. Even Hudson County school employees have been caught in recent years making alcohol and other drugs available to minors. ...

    ... to the use of drugs or alcohol. If you drink daily and are worried about the dangers of alcohol withdrawal, consider a medical detox program tailored to teens and young adults that helps to safely address their substance ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Camden, NJ

    Camden, New Jersey, is in the midst of an opioid abuse crisis. In 2016, 2,981 Camden County residents sought treatment for a primary heroin addiction, while 627 residents got help for addiction to another opioid. 1 Heroin and other opioids accounted ...

    ... that you have developed physical dependence. If you are opioid-dependent, you're likely to begin going through withdrawal symptoms after just a few hours of abstinence. Luckily, there is one way for you to get help ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Newark, NJ

    Residents of the Newark, the largest municipality in New Jersey, have seen the impact of substance abuse firsthand. The city was the top municipality in Essex County for substance abuse admissions in 2016; 3,216 residents sought treatment in Newark, ...

    ... a sense of stability. If you stop taking a drug on which you’re dependent, you'll experience uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms as your body tries to cope. The main goal of detox is to help you manage these symptoms as ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Garden Grove, CA

    Drug abuse, and specifically opioid abuse, is a growing concern all over the United States. Garden Grove is feeling the effects of the opioid epidemic, as well. The number of opioid overdose deaths in the city more than doubled from 2011 to 2015, ...

    ... a program that offers childcare if you have young children? Also, understand that certain drugs have serious withdrawal symptoms. Some programs offer detox, but not all will offer medications or hospital-based care. For ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Camarillo, CA

    Camarillo, California, is a small city in Ventura County, very close to the Pacific Ocean and some beautiful beaches. Like the rest of the country, the area struggles with opioid addiction and abuse. In fact, according to a 2016 report, Ventura ...

    ... 1,000 people in California in general. 1 The body becomes dependent on opioid drugs quickly and withdrawal can be painful—overcoming addiction to these substances often requires medical help. Medical detox, alongside of ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Fort Mohave, AZ

    Arizona is no stranger to the impact of substance abuse, and especially the opioid crisis. During only 6 months in 2017, at least 716 people died of opioid-related overdoses. 1 This number exceeds even full-year periods from previous years, plainly ...

    ... comfortable and safe as possible as your body rids itself of toxic influences. Don’t let the fear of withdrawal keep you from beginning your new life. Call us now for help finding a rehab program that utilizes a hospital ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in West Point, MS

    In 2016, Mississippi ranked 4th in the United States for the rate of opioid prescriptions written. 1 With the growing number of opioid users in the state, more and more people are seeking professional treatment to address their addiction. The ...

    ... at home, most people need the structure and supervision of rehab in order to safely navigate withdrawal, effectively treat their addiction, and minimize the likelihood of relapse. Before entering a treatment facility ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Chino, CA

    Like any region, Chino, California, located in San Bernardino County, faces struggles with drug and alcohol abuse; however at 16.3%, it has one of the lowest rates of excessive drinking in the state. 1 Statistics from 2013 and 2014 showed an ...

    ... seeking addiction treatment. The benefits of getting help to overcome addiction are multifold. First, the fear of withdrawal may be alleviated knowing you can have access to medical detox. For someone attempting to quit ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Whittier, CA

    Residents of Los Angeles County struggle with opioid abuse and addiction—just one region experiencing its part of the national epidemic that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), kills 115 people in the U.S. per day. ...

    ... , etc. You could even die. Fortunately, there is help through rehabilitation programs. You may feel scared of withdrawal if you’ve tried to quit and become sick, but there are programs specially designed to keep you ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Vista, CA

    Alcohol is legal for people over 21 years old in the U.S. to consume, but it is also one of the most widely abused intoxicating substances. The small city of Vista, California, located in San Diego County, struggles with high rates of excessive ...

    ... , and opioids, this is standard because of the distress and risk of complications that come along with withdrawal from these drugs. After your body is safely and comfortably detoxed, you’ll move into the therapeutic ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in El Cajon, CA

    The small city of El Cajon is located just outside San Diego, one of the southernmost points in the state of California. The San Diego County area is beautiful and home to many happy residents, but many people living there struggle with alcohol use ...

    ... as opioids and benzodiazepines, usually benefit from medical detox as well, because of the intensity of withdrawal symptoms and potential complications. Any person new to sobriety will also benefit from evidence-based ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Los Angeles, CA

    Los Angeles, like many other cities in the United States, is hit hard by drug abuse. In 2014, the number of overdose deaths related to prescription drugs was higher than that of deaths from both motor vehicle accidents and firearms. 1 ...

    ... substances like alcohol and sedatives (which can be associated with deadly seizures) and is also advised for withdrawal from opioids. When searching, remember: you don't have to stay in your current city. There are ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Elmwood Park, NJ

    Elmwood Park, NJ, experiences problems with drug and alcohol abuse just like many other parts of Bergen County and New Jersey. Roughly 44% of Elmwood Park residents who seek help at nearby recovery centers suffer from heroin or other opioid ...

    ... as part of dual diagnosis treatment. Certain medications like methadone can help relieve drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms, while other medications (e.g., antidepressants) may be used specifically to target mental ... continue reading
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