NO. Naltrexone is not addictive and has no potential for abuse. In fact, naltrexone helps people in recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction. Read more about what naltrexone is made of and how it’s used, here.
Should you just stop taking cocaine? Or should you seek medical help? We review the recommended steps for stopping cocaine use here.
A brief chronology of heroin-related events since the 1850’s in the U.S.
Fentanyl is about 25-40 times more potent than heroin and 80 times as potent as morphine. More on the rise in fentanyl related death and its causes here.
Flakka is a synthetic drug derived from khat and is similar to both bath salts (cathinones) and amphetamines. It can trigger anxiety, paranoia, and delusions that lead to psychosis. More on the drug Flakka here.
Yes, Bunavail can help address cravings for opiates. And Bunavail used as a part of a complete addiction treatment plan can help patients in recovery. How exactly? You can read on here.
Yes, Bunavail buccal film is an effective maintenance medication prescribed for the treatment of opiate addiction. More on its effectiveness and how it works here.
A practical guide on how to stop enabling a drug addict. With a section at the end for your questions or comments.
Vivitrol injections trigger an initial, transient peak about 2 hours after administration, which is followed by a second peak occurring approximately 2-3 days after injection. More on how Vivitrol metabolizes here.
NO. Revia is a non-addictive and safe medication that has zero abuse potential – it doesn’t get you high. Read more about what Revia is made of and how it’s used here.