How the 2020 Election will Tackle Opioid Addiction

How the 2020 Election will Tackle Opioid Addiction

In Drug Addiction May 24th, 2019 No Comments

One of the key topics for politicians vying for the presidency is the issue of the opioid crisis which has been a growing problem in the past several years. As overdose rates continue to increase, the government so far has been unable to create an effective solution to prevent the fatal effects of opioids on…


Meth Epidemic Being Overshadowed by Opioid Epidemic

In Drug Addiction May 10th, 2019 No Comments

There have been a lot of headlines recently about the opioid crisis as it leads to increasing rates of overdose and prescription drug abuse. However, there is another worrisome problem that hasn’t received as much coverage because of the concern about opioids. The use of methamphetamine has also become a growing problem as those working…


Is the American Opioid Crisis Unique?

In Drug Addiction April 26th, 2019 No Comments

The misuse of opioids has become an epidemic in the U.S. in recent years as rates of addiction and overdose continue to skyrocket. There has been plenty of discussion and conjecture about what caused this epidemic and who is to blame for the rampant abuse of opioids. Although the medication is inherently addictive, there are…


What is the Next Best Thing in Addiction Recovery

In Alcohol Addiction, Drug Addiction, Drug Addiction Recovery March 23rd, 2019 No Comments

  One problem that many people experience when they are recovering from an addiction is the desire to find substitutes for their former habit. Once they are able to abstain from the specific drug that they are addicted to, they may subconsciously always be looking for the “next best thing” that will give them the…


Is It Possible to be Completely Unaware of Your Spouse’s Substance Abuse?

In Drug Addiction, Drug Rehab February 4th, 2019 No Comments

One thing that many people don’t understand about addiction is that someone with a substance abuse problem can become very adept at hiding their behavior. They will often go to great lengths to ensure that the people around them do not know they are addicted. It is possible for even their own spouse to have…


Ayahuasca Overview

In Drug Addiction, Drug Addiction Recovery January 3rd, 2019 No Comments

Hallucinogenic drugs that are considered to be a “natural high” have become increasingly popular in the U.S. One of the most potent of these types of drugs is ayahuasca, a now trendy drink made from boiling vines and leaves found in the Amazon. Although it is new to many people in the U.S. it is…


Should All Treatment Treat Dual Diagnosis?

In Drug Addiction December 30th, 2018 No Comments

There is a common link between mental health issues and addiction that can lead to many challenging issues in recovery. Although a large percentage of people suffer from both a mental illness and an addiction, not every treatment center is equipped to cope with these two problems. Only dual diagnosis treatment facilities can offer the…


Addiction Recovery Isn’t Always a Comeback Story

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Addiction December 28th, 2018 No Comments

People often think of rehab and recovery as a quick fix that will turn your life around. Even though there are some cases where people are able to make a successful and sudden “comeback” from a drug habit, many experience recovery very differently. They could have ups and downs for many years and continue to…


Cracking Down on Fentanyl

In Drug Addiction, Drug Addiction Recovery December 20th, 2018 No Comments

As the opioid crisis has been escalating throughout the U.S., the government has been concerned about flood of drugs entering the country. Recently, China agreed to start cracking down on the flow of fentanyl, a highly potent and deadly synthetic opioid, into the U.S. Fentanyl has been the cause of an increasing number of drug…


What Your Addicted Loved One Needs You To Know But Can’t Tell You

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab, Drug Addiction, Drug Addiction Recovery November 19th, 2018 No Comments

We’d like to thank today’s guest author, Lorelie Rozzano of jaggedlittleedges.com who contributed the below article as part of a sponsored collaboration. As a person in long-term recovery, I look back on my days in active addiction and feel grateful to be alive. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control, drug overdoses killed…


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