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What Are the Effects of Suboxone on People Who Use Fentanyl?

Fentanyl use is a growing problem worldwide, and medical professionals are constantly on the lookout for new treatment methods and substances that help fight symptoms. With the rise of illegally distributed and created fentanyl, there has been a rise in cases of opioid use disorder and deaths related to fentanyl. One of the more trusted substances used during the recovery process is Suboxone, used for fentanyl and dependencies on other

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Why Is Mixing Prescription Drugs With Alcohol Dangerous?

The human body remains one of the most complex systems in existence. Multiple parts of your body work together so you can fully interact with the world around you without issue. When you get hurt, your doctor prescribes medications designed to help you feel better or manage the pain more effectively. One of the most common warnings from your doctor after they prescribe it to you is, “don’t mix this

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Why Do Recovering Alcoholics Crave Sugar?

At some point and time, everyone craves a bit of sugar here and there. Whether you’re a huge body builder or on a strict vegan diet, sugary foods are all around and easy to tempt the mind. But, it seems that individuals recovering from alcohol abuse tend to crave sweets just a bit more than the average person. There are plenty of reasons that explain this occurrence, and it’s something

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Does Acid Stay in Your Spinal Cord?

Different drugs carry unique myths and legends designed to entice people to try them out and highlight the dangers of taking them in the first place. These myths can range from getting a serious case of the munchies after smoking weed, thinking only the hard drugs are addictive, and acid staying in your spinal cord long after taking it. However, some of these myths have a basis in reality, and

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The Impact of Generational Trauma

You’ve probably heard of “trauma” before, especially when associated with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. This mental complication usually entails flashbacks, unpredictable emotions, and a set of physical symptoms. According to VeryWell Health, trauma is defined as “a person’s emotional response to a tragic event.” These tragic events may include accidents, sexual violence, natural disasters and more. While there is only one term to describe it, trauma is different for everyone. There

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7 Songs About Addiction & Recovery

The Top Songs Related to Drug Or Alcohol Addiction   Music is a universal language. When people listen to a song, they can feel moved and inspired to make change in their life or keep pushing toward a goal. Songs can be about anything nowadays, from love to self-esteem to friendship. They can even be about the raw and real struggles that people usually don’t like to discuss, like addiction

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13 Things to Bring to Rehab

What Should You Pack If You’re Enrolling In An Inpatient Program? Inpatient treatment, otherwise known as residential rehab, requires its residents to enroll in a 30-90 day program. How long someone will be enrolled in a residential program depends on the severity of their addiction to drugs or alcohol. Since inpatient rehab requires you to live in a completely different environment than what you’re used to, you may not know

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What Happens to Your Body When You Use Adderall?

Discover Which Organs Are Affected By Adderall People who use adderall may know how the medication makes them feel, but do they know how it’s affecting them on the inside? With long-term use, adderall may have a negative impact on certain parts of the body.   What Is Adderall? Adderall, the brand name for a combination of dextroamphetamine and amphetamine, is a prescription medication that comes in either a tablet

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Can Depression Make You Angry?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Gregg Snook, M.A. NCC Good morning all! Recently I was listening to NPR and they did a small segment on anger and its relation to depression. You can listen to it here. It is an interesting look at depression being more than what we typically think; Sad.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]The idea of depression can be recalled through figures like Eeyore, from Winnie the Pooh, or the little comma from the Zoloft commercials

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Defining Orthorexia

The word orthorexia translates from Greek to mean “correct diet.” People with orthorexia are hyper-fixated on eating a particular diet. The diet eaten by people affected by this condition can vary depending on how the person views food. There are orthorexics that will only at the organic plant-based foods, and there are orthorexics that will only eat food that is white in color. What is Orthorexia? If you’re wondering what

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