Addiction does not stop with the addict. It impacts the entire family. Suggestions on how your family can heal after addiction here.
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Yes, Suboxone addresses drug cravings. Suboxone contains both buprenorphine and naloxone to decrease your desire for opiates and to block their effects should you take them. More on how Suboxone works as a complement to addiction treatment here.
Meth withdrawal usually lasts from 1-2 weeks, but it can last upwards of 4 weeks. In some extreme cases, meth withdrawal can last longer. More with a timeline of meth withdrawal here.
Three (3) practical and actionable steps to overcoming an addiction (or multiple addictions).
Have you been kicked off medication assisted treatment by a court? Here's how you can fight for your legal rights.
How can you help a drug addicted spouse? Thoughts on the Law of Attraction and generating positive intention here.
Worry, fear, and enabling are ways that we cope with addiction. But what if you could do something else? Learn more here.
Is it possible to become physically dependent on ecstasy (MDMA)? Yes. You can become physically dependent on MDMA. We review physical dependence on ecstasy in this article. More here.
Potentially dangerous physical effects of cocaine include raising heart rate and blood pressure. But can cocaine actually kill you? Learn more here.
Methadone is prescribed through a medical doctor for pain. But when prescribed for people who are coping with drug addiction, there are many regulations for its prescription. More on methadone prescriptions here.