Why You Should Never Mix Fentanyl and Alcohol

Talk about making a bad situation worse. It’s widely known that mixing alcohol with any sort of medication - even harmless over-the-counter cough medications - can cause harmful adverse effects. When alcohol is mixed with fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that already has...

How Addictive Is Fentanyl?

If you have never heard of fentanyl, count yourself lucky. This substance has had drastic effects on the United States, both positive and negative. It has helped individuals who would otherwise suffer from severe pain while simultaneously propelling one of the...

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Fentanyl Addiction: Statistics, Symptoms & Effects

An Overview of Fentanyl Fentanyl is a powerful prescription opioid that’s usually reserved for very specific medical situations. For example, fentanyl may be prescribed to someone with breakthrough cancer pain already on around-the-clock opioid treatment. Fentanyl...

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Fentanyl Detox & Withdrawal: Statistics, Symptoms & Treatment

Fentanyl Detox & Withdrawal: Statistics, Symptoms & Treatment

Why Is Fentanyl So Addictive? Opioids, in general, are highly addictive substances. Even when people begin using opioids as prescribed, they can become addicted. Fentanyl is much more powerful than morphine or even heroin, making it more addictive than these drugs....

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Fentanyl Rehabs: Inpatient, Outpatient, Residential & PHP

Fentanyl Rehabs: Inpatient, Outpatient, Residential & PHP

Components of Effective Fentanyl Rehab When someone is seeking treatment for an addiction to fentanyl or any other substance, there are some elements of that treatment program that are important. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the...

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