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Heroin Detox and Rehab in West Palm Beach, FL

In 2017, the US Department of Health and Human Services announced an opioid crisis due to high and increasing numbers of opioid deaths. This was caused by the aggressive marketing of opioids in the 1990s by pharmaceutical companies that also downplayed their addictiveness. Most people who are addicted to heroin start by using prescription painkillers. Heroin use can quickly lead[...] Read More

Signs Someone is on Meth

Meth is a potent form of stimulant drug that causes users to feel euphoria and hyperactivity. However, it is a dangerous drug that can cause both physical and mental health problems as well as lead to relationship breakdowns. Methamphetamine abuse can destroy a person's life so it is important to know the signs of meth use so that you can[...] Read More

How Long is Medical Detox?

Alcohol and drug deaths are continuously rising in the US. Despite this, overdoses are still taking many lives across the US. Alcohol and drugs affect the individual using, their family, and society. However, drug and alcohol abuse are symptoms of underlying problems. There are risk factors for substance abuse such as mental health issues, childhood abuse, and early exposure to[...] Read More

How Long Does It Take To Medically Detox From Alcohol?

  • October 13, 2022
  • Posted in Detox

When your body becomes too used to the presence of alcohol, usually as a result of excessive drinking, it can be hard for it to normalize again. Alcohol detox is a term that is used frequently, but what do we actually mean when we say this? Essentially, it is the process by which your body removes all traces of alcohol.[...] Read More

Medical Detox West Palm Beach

Substance Use Disorders Addiction - or substance use disorder - is a condition characterized by the recurrent use of alcohol or drugs despite the negative impacts on an individual's well-being, relationships, and career. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the disorder is quite common with around 20 million people in the USA battling a substance[...] Read More