Veteran’s Comprehensive Guide to Drug Abuse

Veteran’s Comprehensive Guide to Drug Abuse Veterans’ addiction rates and numbers have continued to skyrocket in the past years. Many veterans turn to substances, like prescription drugs, illicit drugs or alcohol, to cope with a mental health disorder. These veterans tend to feel ashamed of their addiction. After all, there’s a huge stigma surrounding its…

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Percocet Treatment: Inpatient, Outpatient and PHP Rehabs

Percocet Addiction Treatment Percocet is one of the more commonly prescribed opioid medications in the U.S. Percocet is a combination drug, containing hydrocodone which is the opioid component and acetaminophen, which is an over-the-counter drug. The combination of an opioid and a non-opioid helps combat pain in multiple ways, making it effective for the treatment…

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Percocet Detox & Withdrawal Symptoms, Timeline, & Effects

Percocet Withdrawal Percocet is a prescription combination medication, given to relieve pain that’s moderate to severe. Percocet is a brand-name drug that contains oxycodone and acetaminophen. Oxycodone is an opioid, also referred to as a narcotic. Acetaminophen is an over-the-counter pain reliever found in brand-name medications like Tylenol. When someone uses Percocet, the hydrocodone binds…

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Percocet Addiction: Recreational Use, Abuse, Symptoms, & Statistics

What Is Percocet? Percocet is a brand-name, combination drug available by prescription only. The combination component of Percocet is oxycodone, which is an opioid analgesic. Acetaminophen is another ingredient in Percocet. An opioid analgesic is also called a narcotic. Opioids work on the brain and central nervous system in very specific ways. They are believed…

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Oxycodone Withdrawal/Detox Timeline, Therapy & Treatment

Trying to get sober from an oxycodone addiction is never easy. Addicts are likely to experience intense withdrawal symptoms that will likely cause them to relapse. To prevent relapses, most drug addicts will go through an oxycodone detoxification process. This involves the use of medications to help normalize brain chemistry levels. Oxycodone detox works because…

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Oxycodone Rehab: Inpatient vs Outpatient vs PHP Facilities

The Different Types of Oxycodone Rehab Facilities Oxycodone rehab facilities offer different levels of care. Each level of care will cater to a different severity. The different levels of care available include: Inpatient treatment programs. This type of treatment program offers the highest level of care. Patients will move into the oxycodone rehab facility for…

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Oxycodone Addiction: Signs, Side Effects & Statistics

Oxycodone is one of the most dangerous prescription opioids around. Those who abuse oxycodone are more likely to try more dangerous prescription opioids, like fentanyl. They’re also more likely to move onto illicit drugs, like heroin, which are cheaper and just as effective. Oxycodone is a prescription painkiller used to treat severe pain and chronic…

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Methamphetamine Rehab: Inpatient vs. Outpatient vs. PHP

Preparing to go to Meth Rehab Going to meth rehab is a huge change up from everyday life. To put it honestly, going to inpatient rehab is a stressful time until you start to see the benefits. You’ll want to be as prepared as possible for these changes. First, you need to bring your things!…

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Methamphetamine Detox & Withdrawal: Symptoms & Treatment

How to Get Detox Help for Yourself or Family Before looking at other treatment options that cover behavioral and mental health, a meth detox is necessary. This brings the body of a drug addict back to a normal state, or as close to it as possible. The goal of a medical detox is to remove…

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Methamphetamine Addiction: Effects, Statistics & Facts

Signs of a Meth Addiction Meth addiction signs come in many forms. You might notice that you get really angry and uncomfortable if you have not used meth. You might notice that you’re spending time only with people who use crystal meth. It is important to understand what you need to do to stop abuse…

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