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Long-Term Effects of Alcoholism

Long-term alcoholism is responsible for adverse health complications, a higher-than-normal chance of sexual assault, and suicide. Statistics concerning alcohol abuse are difficult to believe, but unfortunately, ring true in the United St…

Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse

Healthcare providers issue millions of prescriptions for the treatment of legitimate health concerns. However, prescription drug abuse can occur when patients misuse their medications over time. The dangers of prescription drug abuse can…

Early Stages of Meth Abuse

Recognizing the early stages of meth abuse in someone close may be the key to saving their life. Drug addiction, specifically methamphetamine addiction, is 1 of the most hazardous substance use disorders because of the caustic chemical c…

Signs of Fentanyl Abuse

Fentanyl alleviates severe pain from surgery or injury and is a potent and heavily monitored medication. Unfortunately, the signs of fentanyl abuse are present through the high numbers of overdose deaths due to this drug. Legitimate pres…

What is Polydrug Use?

Individuals using multiple substances to achieve a desired effect for recreational use have a problem. Mixing substances such as drugs and alcohol or 2 types of legal or illicit drugs often amplify the effects. Another reason for polydru…

Recognizing the Signs of Relapse

Recovery is a process and often includes signs of relapse. In fact, over three-quarters of those who complete treatment relapse within the first year following completion of treatment. Addiction treatment professionals advise making a re…

Long-Acting Versus Short-Acting Benzos

Benzodiazepines are sedative medications that slow down the body and brain’s functions. Long and short-acting benzos treat different conditions with either long-acting effects, staying in the body for a longer period, or short-acting, wh…

What Is A Relapse Prevention Plan?

Conceivably, one of the most overlooked components of a treatment plan for a substance use disorder is a solid relapse prevention plan. Relapse is a threat throughout the lifetime of those recovering from a substance use disorder. Withou…

The Stages of Opioid Abuse

What often begins with legal prescriptions to relieve chronic pain, opioid misuse by two million people in the United States is now an alarming crisis. For example, studies reveal about 90 people a day die from an opioid overdose. Unknow…

What is the Johnson Intervention Method?

The Johnson Intervention Method began as a brainstorm by Dr. Johnson, but studying 200 people in recovery and their circumstances helped reinforce his beliefs. Most study participants sought treatment after a crisis, illness, addiction, …

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