Figuring out how to help a loved one get treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction can be daunting. For many families, this will be the first time ever that they are dealing with addiction.
When someone goes into treatment, they are vulnerable and they hope to figure out their problems and start a new life once they are done. Unfortunately, too often they go to a rehab center where treatment comes secondary to turning a profit.
If you have been paying attention to Kratom in the news over the last year, you have probably heard conflicting information. Just earlier this year the DEA came close to outlawing the drug outright but did not follow through.
According to HealthResearchFunding.org, the average person with a Xanax addiction will take between 20-30 pills every day. The drug severely inhibits a person’s reasoning ability and, in addition, it is often mixed with other drugs and alcohol.
The horrors of the current opioid epidemic have affected so many people. Tearing families’ and addicts’ lives apart. The overdose reversal drug, naloxone better known by its brand name Narcan came at out at a time when it was badly needed.
September is National recovery month this year will be the 27th one, actually. The month is meant to be a time we celebrate those who have conquered there addiction and remember those who have passed, but why should YOU care…
When dealing with a friend or family you suspect might be using drugs drug testing is one of the few ways to get a definite answer. Drug tests can both tell you that a person is using, what they are using, and if you know your facts within how long was their last use.