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4 Benefits of Dual Diagnosis Treatment in Massachusetts

Struggling with drug addiction or alcoholism is always difficult. However, dealing with a substance use disorder becomes even more challenging when you suffer from more than one issue. Recovery from two or more conditions, whether it’s addiction or a mental illness, requires an intensive and highly customized treatment program. When…

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Fentanyl Withdrawal Timeline, Symptoms, and Detox Treatment

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid pain medication that is prescribed to patients with severe pain or to manage the symptoms of pain after surgery. This opioid drug is extremely powerful, as it is 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine.[1] When taken recreationally, fentanyl is one of the most dangerous…

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How Effective are Drug and Alcohol Interventions?

Drug and alcohol addiction are chronic conditions that must be treated professionally. Unfortunately, if your loved one is an addict, you know that they tend to avoid getting the help they need. Oftentimes, this is because they are afraid of change or do not know how to ask for help.

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When Can I Start Taking Suboxone During Detox?

Suboxone is a brand-name prescription drug containing buprenorphine and naloxone.[1] It is prescribed to help people overcome opioid use disorder. The medication comes in the form of a sublingual film that dissolves after being placed under the tongue. Suboxone is used during detox to alleviate symptoms of withdrawal and during…

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Top 4 Reasons it is a Bad Idea to Detox From Opioids at Home

Opioid addiction is a major problem across the United States. More than three million U.S. citizens are thought to have an opioid use disorder and the majority of drug overdose deaths in the country involve opioids like oxycodone, heroin, and fentanyl.[1,2] One of the reasons why overcoming opioid addiction is…

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