Tag: detox

How do you know when you need medical detox or when you can detox at home? Take a look at some of the withdrawal symptoms and learn which detoxes are the most dangerous.

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Suffering from drug and alcohol addiction, it’s critical to get help from a professional medical detox center. Doing a detox on your own can be particularly dangerous and potentially fatal without the proper medical attention. Detox programs are covered by insurance.

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A Rehab That Accepts Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois Is Amazing. My parents had tapped out. They were done paying for my stints in drug rehab. Over 28 years they had paid for 8 different drug rehabs and they finally had enough with it draining their pocket, only for me to relapse, but

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Rebuilding After Treatment With addiction comes loss. This loss can take shape in many ways – divorce, getting fired, losing custody of children, homelessness, and loss of self-worth, just to name a few. The first step in rebuilding from addiction is getting back on the right track is going to a treatment facility like Lighthouse

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South Florida is a Treatment and Recovery Destination Over the past few years Southern Florida has become known as the “capital of recovery”. Drug rehabs are in abundance, as are halfway and sober living houses to provide the next step after treatment. Are you thinking of making the trip to SoFlo? Let this article help

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Drug Rehab – Once is Enough When I got to the drug rehab facility in Southern Florida that I would call home for 3 months of my life, I was shocked to find that many of my peers had been to rehab not one, not twice, but at least several times beforehand. Some had even

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Many individuals who are newly exposed to the beautiful and fulfilling world of addiction recovery believe that their journey will both begin and end with inpatient treatment. However, this could not be more far from the truth, seeing as inpatient treatment is but the very beginning of the lifelong journey of addiction recovery. Addiction is

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Morphine Withdrawal Morphine, like all opioid drugs, produces a physical addiction. That is to say that prolonged use of morphine will cause individuals to experience withdrawal symptoms if they abruptly stop using. Morphine and opium were the first opioids to produce withdrawal. That’s probably because they’re the oldest opioids around. In fact, when morphine was

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Klonopin and Alcohol Mixing Klonopin and alcohol is a deadly combination. It’s really that simple. Of course, knowing the why of something is different than learning the how. So, today Lighthouse is going to answer the how of Klonopin and alcohol overdose. Are you struggling with benzo and alcohol abuse? Do you have a loved

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Percocet Withdrawal Percocet is a semisynthetic opioid painkiller. It affects the body and brain the same way as heroin, morphine, or any illegal narcotic. That is to say, it produces a relaxing and warm euphoria. Like all other opioids, Percocet is also incredibly physically addicting. Once hooked, users looking to quit have to endure the

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