Why You Should Go to a Medical Detox

Monday, July 9, 2018

Being hooked on an addictive substance can completely change your life in countless, destructive ways. Outside of the many consequences, you might experience as a result of your substance abuse, you might also struggle with trying to stop using. For instance, you might decide that you no longer want to use, or something has happened … Continued

What’s the Difference Between PHP and IOP?

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Addiction has long been viewed as a voluntary problem, as a negative stigma about this disease has persisted throughout decades. While there are still too many people to count who feel as though addiction is a choice, more and more people are realizing that it is not. In fact, the American Society of Addiction Medicine … Continued

Common Designer Drugs

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

In today’s society, the kinds of substances that flood the streets are extremely dangerous. With many of these substances being manmade, it is impossible to determine just what ingredients are mixed with drugs such as ecstasy, ketamine, and GHB. These substances, which are all popular designer drugs, can produce severe effects to one’s mind and … Continued

Can Meditation Help Anxiety Disorders?

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Anxiety disorders are some of the most common mental health conditions in the world, with millions of people diagnosed with it in the United States alone. In fact, almost anyone who you ask either has an anxiety disorder or knows someone with one, as it is that pervasive.   This type of mental health condition … Continued

What Does it Look Like to be Addicted to Barbiturates?

Friday, March 30, 2018

Barbiturates are not nearly as common as other substances of abuse such as prescription painkillers, heroin, cocaine, or alcohol, however, they are still in circulation and can be extremely dangerous when abused. Previously used by medical professionals, barbiturates were prescribed to help treat sleep disorders and anxiety. These sedative-hypnotic medications, which include Seconal, Luminal, and … Continued

Heart Health and Opioids

Monday, March 19, 2018

Prescriptions pain killers may cause heart damage and issues with the cardiovascular system and respiratory system. Lately, the addiction potential of opioid pain killers has been the main concern when prescribing or consuming these prescriptions. But there are several emerging studies that outline the effects of pain killers and heart damage. Prescription pain killers are … Continued

Florida Drug and Treatment Facts

Monday, March 19, 2018

The Governor of Florida, Rick Scott, declared the Opioid Epidemic a state emergency in 2017. This move allocated $54 million of federal Health and Human Services funding to combat the growing use, overdose rate, and trafficking of illicit opioid drugs, such as heroin, synthetic fentanyl, and illegally obtained prescription painkillers. According to the CDC (Centers … Continued

How do I know if this is the Right Treatment Center for me?

Monday, March 19, 2018

Finding the right treatment center can be difficult. You may have just found out your child has been using opiates or heroin. You may have just been arrested for driving under the influence. You may have been hospitalized for alcohol poisoning or complications with methamphetamine and you know it’s time to stop. This realization can … Continued

3 Reasons Why Family Support is Essential to Sobriety

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

While it’s true that recovery can only be achieved when someone suffering from addiction decides to seek treatment, there are countless outside influences that can make or break his or her success in recovery. In fact, many individuals relapse due to having insufficient preparation or resources for recovery. Among the many resources that can contribute … Continued

Dual Diagnosis Treatment: What Is It & Why Is It Important?

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Just as there are numerous forms of addiction, there are many forms of addiction treatment, and each type of treatment has been designed to meet a specific set of needs. For instance, outpatient addiction treatment programs offer a less intensive rehabilitative curriculum for patients who require flexibility in their treatment schedules. With a dual diagnosis … Continued

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