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Category: Addiction Therapies

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Heroin Epidemic

In 2017, the United States declared a public health emergency because of the opiate and heroin epidemic. Heroin addiction rates have drastically increased, with Fentanyl-laced heroin causing a surge in

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Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms

Opioids can include prescription medications like oxycodone and OxyContin, as well as illicit opioids like heroin. They can be both physically and psychologically addicting. Opioids are highly addictive and can

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What is Dual Diagnosis?

More than half of all people who struggle with addiction have a dual diagnosis. But, what is dual diagnosis and how is it treated at a dual diagnosis treatment center

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Cocaine Withdrawal Symptoms

Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant. While it remains classified as a Schedule 1 drug, meaning that has no therapeutic or medical benefits and doctors can’t prescribe it, it is

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Heroin Withdrawal Symptoms

If you or a loved one is experiencing an addiction to heroin due to substance abuse, it’s time to find help. Specifically, it’s important to find professional help at a

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CBT Techniques

Overcoming substance abuse disorders can be stressful and exhausting. Finding a therapy best suited for you requires a thorough evaluation of the available CBT techniques. Additionally, your therapist will determine

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Over the Counter Drugs Are Being Abused

Over The Counter Drug Abuse

Medications which are legal and readily available without a prescription at our local pharmacies and supermarkets are also known to offer over the counter drugs (OTCs). Over the counter drug

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Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms

Opiate withdrawal symptoms occur when you stop taking opioids or significantly reduce the intake amount they used to take. The process of opiate withdrawal is not life-threatening, but it causes

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