Is Addiction Treatment During the Holidays a Good Idea?

Is Addiction Treatment During the Holidays a Good Idea? Addiction treatment during the holidays can seem tricky. For many individuals, the holidays are a merry time; a time to reunite, a time to rejoice, and a time to party – an activity that often encourages heavy drinking and recreational drug use. But for individuals suffering […]

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What are the Withdrawal Symptoms from Vicodin?

What are the Withdrawal Symptoms from Vicodin? Withdrawal can occur after the discontinuation of any drug. There are many stages of withdrawal symptoms as your body works to adjust. Depending on the length and severity of the addiction, these symptoms can range from mild to debilitating. Opioid withdrawal can be particularly difficult. If you are […]

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When to Travel or Stay Local for Treatment

When to Travel or Stay Local for Treatment Addiction looks different for everybody. Some addictions are more severe than others, with different substances involved and all have different root causes. This is why there are so many different options available for addiction treatment. Some people may want inpatient treatment, while others may find that outpatient […]

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How to Quit Drinking

How to Quit Drinking Alcohol is everywhere — restaurants, corner liquor stores, bars, college, celebrations, sports events, weddings, the holidays and more. It can seem nearly impossible to escape alcohol since drinking culture is so embedded in American life. Millions of people suffer from alcohol use disorder and aren’t able to maintain acceptable drinking habits, […]

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Tips for Traveling While in Recovery

Tips for Traveling While in Recovery When people travel for any reason, whether for business or personal, a lot of regular routines and boundaries tend to fall. The gym gets neglected, diets are put on hold, and unknowns are present. Whether you are newly sober or have been in recovery for a while, it is […]

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Cost of Opioid Treatment

Cost of Opioid Treatment When an individual realizes they need to receive treatment in order to overcome their opioid addiction, roadblocks begin to emerge. These roadblocks to recovery can be anything from family and home life logistics, work and job responsibilities, and the cost of opioid treatment. While the cost of opioid treatment might seem […]

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What is Detoxing from Suboxone Like?

What is Detoxing from Suboxone Like? According to their website, Suboxone is a prescription medicine used to treat adults who are addicted to and dependent on opioid drugs. This can mean either prescription or illegal drugs. Suboxone is used as part of a complete treatment program that also includes counseling and behavioral therapy. Even though […]

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Vicodin Withdrawal: Symptoms, Timeline and Treatment

Vicodin Withdrawal: Symptoms, Timeline and Treatment What is Vicodin and What Does It Do? According to MedicineNet, Vicodin is a combination of Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen. Hydrocodone is a narcotic pain-reliever and a cough suppressant, similar to codeine. Hydrocodone blocks the receptors on nerve cells in the brain that give rise to the sensation of pain. […]

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Withdrawal from Vicodin

Your Guide to Vicodin Addiction and Vicodin Withdrawal Hydrocodone (also known by the brand name Vicodin®) has been the second-most commonly encountered opioid pharmaceutical in drug evidence since 2009, as reported by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Withdrawal from Vicodin can vary in length and symptoms depending on the length and severity of the addiction. […]

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