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What Is Medical Detox? & Other Types of Drug Detox Programs

Drug detox is the process by which the body rids itself of toxic substances. Detoxing from drugs and alcohol is never easy, and in some...

IOP vs PHP: Comparing Treatment Types

A decision to enter treatment for drug and alcohol addiction will change life for the better, but figuring out the alphabet soup of program options...

Common Physical Signs of Xanax Abuse

If you’re concerned that you’re using too much Xanax, or if you’re worried about a friend or family member, it’s essential to recognize the common...

Methadone Withdrawal Symptoms: Don’t Detox Alone

Methadone is an effective drug that has helped thousands of people stop using heroin and other opiates over the last few decades. Methadone helps with...

3 Common Signs of Crack Cocaine Use

Although there are many signs of crack use, dramatically increased energy levels and noticeable facial changes are common red flags. Drug paraphernalia and a distinctive,...

Understanding Meth Psychosis Symptoms and Recovery

Crystal meth is a powerful drug that can bring on many dangerous side effects, including crystal meth psychosis. This severe mental disorder is characterized by...

How to Cope With Suboxone Withdrawal Symptoms: Taper vs. Detox

With the growing prescription opioid epidemic, medications such as Suboxone are being used regularly as opioid replacement therapy (ORT) to combat some of the uncomfortable...

Short and Long-Term Side Effects of Meth Use and Addiction

Crystal meth is a powerful stimulant that increases levels of dopamine, a brain chemical associated with motivation and reward. Because the feelings of euphoria are...

How to Recognize Crystal Meth Overdose Symptoms

Meth (methamphetamine) is an extremely potent, highly addictive drug that has wreaked havoc in rural and urban areas across the United States. The National Institute...

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