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What are Fentanyl Derivatives?

What are Fentanyl Derivatives?

In recent years, a disturbing trend has surfaced: the proliferation of highly potent and alarming fentanyl derivatives. Originating as a synthetic opioid for medical pain management, fentanyl's potency, estimated to surpass morphine by up to 100 times, has led to...

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Long-Term Effects of Tramadol

Long-Term Effects of Tramadol

Tramadol, a powerful pain reliever, is frequently prescribed to people suffering from a variety of painful conditions, including post-operative recovery and chronic pain management. While Tramadol can provide much-needed relief, it is not without risks. In this blog...

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Methadone Withdrawal

Methadone Withdrawal

Methadone withdrawal can catch users off guard, revealing this opioid medication's powerful grip. Understanding the warning signs, which range from physical discomfort to psychological difficulties, is the first step toward overcoming them. In this post, we'll also...

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Signs of Suboxone Abuse

Signs of Suboxone Abuse

Suboxone is a valuable medication in the field of addiction treatment, providing hope to those suffering from opioid addiction. It works by combining buprenorphine and naloxone to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms, thereby assisting in recovery. However,...

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Chronic Pain and Substance Abuse in Older Adults

Chronic Pain and Substance Abuse in Older Adults

Chronic pain often takes a back seat in our fast-paced lives, but the consequences can be disastrous. Recognizing the potential dangers of unchecked chronic pain can help you avoid unnecessary threats to your health and well-being. In this blog post, we'll look at how...

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An Examination of the Efficacy of Brainspotting

An Examination of the Efficacy of Brainspotting

John Dyben, DHSc | Chief of Research and Innovation A downloadable PDF of the white paper is available here. A Preliminary Examination of the Efficacy of Brainspotting with Patients in Residential Treatment for Substance Use Disorders and Co-occurring Trauma Related...

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Hanley Foundation Acquires Origins Behavioral HealthCare

Hanley Foundation Acquires Origins Behavioral HealthCare

A New Era for Recovery: Hanley Foundation Acquires Origins Behavioral HealthCare, Promising Unrivaled Support Hanley Foundation proudly announces the acquisition of Origins Behavioral HealthCare, marking a momentous stride in its mission to eliminate addiction through...

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What Is Hangxiety?

What Is Hangxiety?

The morning after a night of excessive drinking can bring more than just a pounding headache and queasy stomach; it often ushers in a wave of hangover anxiety. This lesser-discussed aspect of post-drinking discomfort can trigger intense feelings of unease, guilt, and...

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Alcohol’s Effects On Cardiovascular System

Alcohol’s Effects On Cardiovascular System

Alcohol's effects on your cardiovascular system can be substantial and complex. Without being aware of the influence of your drinking habits on your heart, you may be putting your health at risk every time you consume beer, wine, or liquor. In this article, we will...

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How To Deal With Drunk Relatives Over The Holidays

How To Deal With Drunk Relatives Over The Holidays

As the holiday season approaches, so does the possibility of a problematic family scenario: an intoxicated relative spoiling the festivities. Many of us have been in this uncomfortable and stressful scenario. In this blog post, we'll look at the challenges of dealing...

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Overdose Deaths On The Rise

Overdose Deaths On The Rise

An alarming surge in overdose deaths affects communities in every city and state. The crisis involves a variety of substances, with opioids, particularly synthetic opioids like fentanyl, as the most common contributor, and prescription painkillers, heroin, cocaine,...

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Importance of Aftercare

Importance of Aftercare

An inpatient substance use treatment program can be an effective way to start living a sober life, but what you choose to do next is equally critical. People who finish a program and return to their daily lives with no structured ongoing support are more likely to...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Alcoholism

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Alcoholism

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based treatment for alcohol use disorders that helps you to learn to change thinking patterns. CBT teaches the skills and strategies you need in real time to become and stay sober. In this blog post, we'll introduce...

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How to Quit Drinking When Your Spouse Still Drinks

How to Quit Drinking When Your Spouse Still Drinks

The greatest influence on your life typically comes from family members, friends and peers, educators and instructors, mentors and role models, and your spouse. When you're trying to live a sober life, exposure to any of these people who are drinking heavily can...

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What is Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome?

What is Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome?

Embarking on the path to recovery from addiction is a courageous journey that often involves overcoming the challenges of withdrawal. While most people are familiar with the acute withdrawal symptoms that arise immediately after substance cessation, there's a...

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Evidence-Based Therapies for Substance Abuse

Evidence-Based Therapies for Substance Abuse

Substance abuse can take a devastating toll on individuals' lives, affecting their physical health, relationships, and overall well-being. Fortunately, there is a range of evidence-based therapies that have shown remarkable effectiveness in helping individuals...

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Alcohol-Related Deaths

Alcohol-Related Deaths

The decision to seek help for alcohol misuse is an important one, as problem drinking can lead to fatal consequences. If you have been contemplating how to get sober and stay sober, it's important to recognize the dangers that continued drinking presents to your...

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Coping Skills for Long-Term Sobriety

Coping skills offer a framework for healthy social-emotional development that can be applied in many different kinds of situations throughout life. People who don't learn them early in life and practice them may face increasingly difficult circumstances without the...

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What is THCa?

What is THCa?

The availability of a form of cannabis known as THCa is on the rise across the United States, yet you may be unaware of its impact on your loved ones. Knowing how it’s acquired, its risk to consumers, and what dangers could come from consuming unregulated products...

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