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How Long Does Oxycodone Stay in Your System?

What Is Oxycodone? Oxycodone is a prescription painkiller which is usually given to patients who need relief from severe pain. These causes of pain can vary, but it is largely used to treat post-surgery pain or chronic pain caused by cancer. It is listed as a Schedule II substance in the United States. Historically, it has been a major substance[...] Read More

How Long Does Codeine Stay in Your System?

Codeine is an opioid analgesic used to relieve pain. It is a prescription drug that works by targeting the central nervous system (CNS) and brain to disrupt feelings of mild to moderate pain. Like with other drugs, abusing codeine can lead to psychological or physical dependence. This drug is primarily used for cough suppression and to treat mild to moderate[...] Read More

How Long Does Cocaine Stay In Your System?

Cocaine is a popular stimulant drug touted for its confidence-boosting abilities, influencing people’s ability to socialize and their sense of self-esteem. It also delivers a strong high, making it an incredibly addictive drug. This euphoric feeling, however, doesn’t last for long. With time, this feel-good feeling will slowly be replaced with intense cravings and a ‘need’ for cocaine - in[...] Read More

Signs and Symptoms of Heroin Addiction

The signs and symptoms of heroin addiction can be deceptively subtle.  Long before family members friends or even the substance abuser becomes aware that there is a problem, the development of an addiction may already be in progress. Unfortunately, once heroin use is habituated, tolerance levels will continue to build and addiction becomes imminent. Widespread abuse of prescription medication has created a[...] Read More

Why Evidenced-Based Drug Addiction Treatment is the Best Option

A sobering reality about addiction is that many people only get one shot at recovery. Since no one can be certain who will get that second or third chance, the first treatment program should offer the greatest opportunity for long-term sobriety.  And, while there is no doubt that any attempt at recovery is better than none, a facility that utilizes evidence-based[...] Read More