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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

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment can play an important part in an individual's recovery journey, helping them to leave substance abuse behind. This blog offers some information about the various safe and effective medications available and how they can support a productive, sober life. What Is Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)? Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications to treat substance use disorders, particularly[...] Read More

Common Medications Used in Medication-Assisted Treatment

The first phase of any substance use disorder treatment is detox. This is when an individual stops taking a substance to rid the body of any remaining toxins. It is not unusual to delay seeking treatment or entering detox due to the typical withdrawal symptoms that are associated with drug and alcohol dependence. However, with growing evidence and an abundance[...] 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

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