Prescription Drug Addiction

Understanding Our Immune System and Drinking Behaviors

For the users and abusers, slowing down on any questionable drinking behaviors is the best remedy for reattaining sound mind and body. However, for the alcoholic, dropping it altogether is how we recover.

Recovery From Heroin Abuse

We are not authors but merely editors in the thick book we choose to call life. As it opens up and unravels it’s series of uncertainty, so much positive and negative experience envelops chapter after chapter. Attempting to guide our souls through the articulation of experiences depends highly on our interaction with the external forces …

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Insurance Companies Stopping Coverage of Specific Opioid Prescriptions

Human beings are complex, fascinating organisms. Basic human nature shows us that we are creatures of survival. We adapt to the times as the times are a changin, like Bobby Z sang. Yet like it or not, the world continues to spin at its own pace regardless of our adaption to it. To survive we …

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The Fear of Getting Sober

Those of us who are familiar with the rotten dismantling of alcoholic thinking know quite well the frightening places this disease can take us. Addiction is a demon that may sleep for a little bit, but never completely departs from our sides. As we scuffle thru life smelling the roses here and there, addiction is …

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The Importance of Avoiding Cross Addiction

The human mind is full of astounding, endless limitations on one end of the spectrum. On the other it is an ineffectual, gullible mass taking up space between our two ears. The gray matter thriving organ is often times it’s own worst enemy, under or over analyzing everything in life as it looks for both …

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President Trump and His Opioid Epidemic

“Together we are going to end the scourge of drug addiction in American,” Trump declared as he sat down to sign a new piece of legislation this previous Wednesday. ‘The Support for Patients and Community Act’ as it was written, is the newest master plan against the infamous opioid pandemic festering in the wounds of …

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America’s Most Frequently Abused Prescriptions

There are many types of abusive relationships out there. Sadly we don’t live in the innocent fairytale land we like to make pretend sometimes. There are verbally/physically abusive relationships. There are abusive relationships regarding power amongst people. There are even self deprecating relationships where we abuse ourselves with irrational insecurity. However, for some select unlucky people …

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Health Partners: Making Reputable Rehab Affordable

Health Partners – If you think that quality substance abuse treatment is out of your price range, think again! With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010 (aka, “Obamacare”), even the most minimal insurance policies are required to cover part or all addiction treatment. Health Partners can help with the costs of Professional Rehab Money should …

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The Common Signs of Opiate Abuse

It’s October, the Great Pumpkin Month. Halloween is right around the corner and most of us couldn’t be more jazzed. Who doesn’t get excited to curl up with a cup of hot chocolate and watch scary/horror movies this time of year? That’s one of the best parts. Not only that, but they keep getting more …

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Are Healthcare Companies Adding to the Opioid Epidemic?

Freedom’s only free if it’s free. Its 2018 and we live in a country declared free but apparently under siege. No, it’s not another nation that has attacked us but sabotage of our own doing. We have trodden down the chemical trails to a dead end that has taken its toll on the masses. Overdose …

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