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Dilaudid Recovery: Inpatient, Outpatient & PHP Rehabs

How Is Dilaudid Addiction Diagnosed? People often struggle with Dilaudid abuse and addiction for a period of time before they notice it, or their loved ones notice. When someone is addicted to Dilaudid, it can be diagnosed just like any other medical condition—by looking at a set of symptoms and determining which of those a…

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Heroin Rehab: Inpatient, Residential, Outpatient & PHP

Receiving Treatment for Heroin Addiction: Options, Programs, Length There are many unique options available to someone seeking heroin addiction treatment. The type of drug rehab program chosen should depend on personal circumstances and severity of the addiction. Those who have experienced an overdose before would be best suited for inpatient drug treatment. Here, a client…

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Heroin Detox and Withdrawals

Heroin Detox & Withdrawal: Statistics, Symptoms & Treatment

Heroin Withdrawal A heroin detox is the first major step in rehabilitation once a patient has decided to seek treatment. This is the initial phase where the drug is purged from the body. Because heroin quickly builds a tolerance in its users, the detox process causes withdrawal symptoms that can be difficult and uncomfortable for…

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Dilaudid Addiction Treatment: Signs/Symptoms + Side Effects

Introduction to Dilaudid Addiction Dilaudid is a schedule II controlled substance, intended to be prescribed to treat only severe pain. Dilaudid is a brand-name drug, and the active ingredient is the opioid narcotic hydromorphone. Dilaudid has a black box warning that comes with it regarding its potential for addiction and dependence. Whether someone is using…

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Heroin

Heroin Addiction: Statistics, Symptoms and Effects

Heroin Addiction and Recovery Many people find themselves addicted without ever having realized the path they were on. Often, people who abuse prescription opioids turn to heroin because of “its low cost and high availability.” (www.drugabuse.gov) Once heroin becomes the drug of choice, regular use occurs, and tolerance begins to build. Because heroin is typically…

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Codeine Rehabs: Inpatient, Outpatient & PHP

Treatment Options for Codeine Addiction There are different levels of care when it comes to drug rehab. Each level has its benefits and concerns. Each level has Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Addiction Education, Family Support and many other treatment programs in common. The difference in treatment plan comes from the time commitment offered and how the…

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Codeine Detox/Withdrawal Symptoms, Timeline and Rehabs

How to Receive Help for Codeine Addiction A drug addict will experience many things when they first begin a medical detox. Mental health and physical health are affected when a person is dependent on the drug they use. So, being without their substance of choice is bound to be a challenge. In the case of…

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Codeine Addiction: Recreational Use & Abuse Symptoms & Statistics

Understanding Codeine Codeine is a commonly used prescription drug that is given to patients experiencing moderate pain or coughs and colds. A codeine prescription can come in tablet or liquid form. Codeine is classified as a narcotic or opiate. Simply put, a narcotic is defined as a substance that changes mood or behavior. Street names…

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Benzodiazepine Treatment: Inpatient, Outpatient & PHP Rehabs

Benzodiazepine Addiction Benzodiazepines are a class of drugs that include commonly prescribed substances such as Xanax and Klonopin. Benzodiazepines are different from each other regarding the specific symptoms they treat and whether they’re short-, medium-, or long-acting, but they have more similarities to one another than differences. When someone is prescribed a benzodiazepine, it’s often…

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Bullying and Substance Abuse

There’s a strong link between bullying and substance abuse. Bullied victims are much more likely to abuse different types of substances than those who haven’t been bullied. Bullying can take place anywhere. It can also happen to anyone. With that said, this type of behavior is most likely to happen among students and young children.…

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