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Why am I Mourning my Addiction in Recovery?

Why am I Mourning my Addiction in Recovery? An aspect of recovery that many in treatment don’t anticipate is post-addiction depression and the feeling of loss or mourning even though…

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Safer Opioid Prescribing

Since the dawn of the devastating opioid epidemic that ripped through the United States at the tail end of the 90s, there have been many changes made to prescribing guidelines…

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Handling Withdrawal Symptoms Before Treatment

Before someone can begin outpatient medication-assisted treatment with Suboxone® or buprenorphine and naloxone, medical providers will require the patient to cease their substance use at least 24 hours before their…

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Anxiety Management During Treatment

There are many patients in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs that are dealing with a dual-diagnosis of addiction along with mental illness. While anxiety seems to be a part of daily…

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The Importance of Drug Take Back Days

With the opioid crisis impacting multiple aspects of many Americans’ lives, it takes a comprehensive approach to address this epidemic. Pharmacies, law enforcement agencies and government organizations hold drug take…

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Difference between Subutex® and Suboxone®?

Opioid use disorder reached an alarmingly high rate of occurrence in the early 2000s, prompting the FDA to approve various medicines that could be used to treat those affected. In…

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