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What Does it Mean to Be California Sober?
What Does it Mean to Be California Sober?

The term “California sober” is gaining popularity among people struggling with substance use disorders. It can help ease them into sobriety without quitting cold turkey. Experts still question whether it’s the best way to get sober. Here’s all about this new...

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Can Holistic Treatment Work for Opiate Addiction and Withdrawal?
Can Holistic Treatment Work for Opiate Addiction and Withdrawal?

Opioid abuse disorder is a complex medical condition involving physiological, psychological, genetic, behavioral, and environmental factors. There are many treatment methods, and patients often react differently to each. In the 70s, holistic medicine started gaining...

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20 Known Ativan Withdrawal Symptoms
20 Known Ativan Withdrawal Symptoms

Ativan is one of the brand names for lorazepam, a prescription medication used to treat anxiety and sleep disorders. Lorazepam is part of a group of drugs called benzodiazepines, commonly known as “benzos.” Benzos act on the central nervous system to create a calming...

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The Dangers of Mixing Ambien & Alcohol
The Dangers of Mixing Ambien & Alcohol

Over one-third of Americans suffer from sleep disorders. Zolpidem, or Ambien, is the most commonly prescribed medication for insomnia. However, Ambien doesn’t mix well with one of the other most commonly used substances: alcohol. Mixing alcohol and sleeping pills is a...

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Suboxone & High Blood Pressure: What You Need to Know
Suboxone & High Blood Pressure: What You Need to Know

Suboxone is a pharmaceutical drug used in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders (SUD), especially for opioids like heroin and painkillers. Its active ingredients are buprenorphine and naloxone. While Suboxone can be an excellent option for...

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Can You Get High On Suboxone?
Can You Get High On Suboxone?

Suboxone is a popular brand name medication that consists of the active ingredients buprenorphine and naloxone. It’s used in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for substance use disorder (SUD), especially for opioids like heroin and painkillers. However, MAT should...

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Do I Have to Stay Sober Forever? 
Do I Have to Stay Sober Forever? 

Wondering if you have to stay sober forever is a common debate after leaving rehab. Thinking about forever can be overwhelming. But, in reality, you can stay sober for the rest of your life, but some people might find it easier to focus on it one day at a time. After...

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What is an Alcoholic Bender?
What is an Alcoholic Bender?

An alcoholic bender is a period of time during which an individual engages in excessive alcohol consumption and experiences associated negative consequences. In the context of alcoholism and other substance use disorders, it is often used to refer to periods during...

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