Side Effects of buprenorphine

The Side Effects of Buprenorphine

Buprenorphine is a staple in the medication-assisted treatment (MAT) of substance abuse. It’s a game-changer for people struggling with opioid addiction. Could this be the missing piece to your recovery? Here’s what you need to know about the side effects of buprenorphine. Beaches Recovery offers extensive treatment options, including MAT, at our opioid addiction treatment…

Accredited Drug Rehab

Accredited Drug Rehab Centers

For prospective patients, the choice they make about where to get addiction treatment is vitally important. The quality of care they get will likely directly affect whether they can establish solid recovery. With so much on the line, each individual needs to make such decisions with great care. At a minimum, all of their attention…

opiate detox withdrawal

Opiate Withdrawal Treatment

Opiates are prescribed to alleviate pain. In fact, most people use opiates as prescribed. However, opiate abuse is on the rise. It’s estimated that anywhere from 24 million to 36 million people in the world abuse opiates or prescription drugs. Drug addiction is a chronic brain disease that is characterized by compulsive drug-seeking despite the…

overdosing on xanax

Can You Overdose on Xanax?

If you use or are about to use Xanax as a prescription, it is critical to know if you can overdose on it. This prescribed medication is often abused and requires a Xanax rehab center for recovery. Doctors around the country prescribe this medication for people who struggle with anxiety. The problem is that many…

Why Is MDMA Addictive?

A substance use disorder (an addiction to drugs or alcohol) can arise from the abuse or misuse of many substances. Sometimes individuals will inadvertently develop a dependency. But when it comes to illicit drugs like MDMA (also known as Ecstasy or Molly), which are almost exclusively used for recreational purposes, addiction arises because of the…

What is a Speedball?

When people use and abuse drugs or alcohol, it’s often not just a single substance. Many who are addicted use a combination of drugs or alcohol to meet their needs in dependency and may require co-occuring disorder treatment. Addiction treatment professionals call this polysubstance abuse. Sometimes individuals will mix their substance of choice with another…

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The Differences of Adderall vs Methamphetamine

If you’ve ever taken Adderall, you may have noticed the increased energy, sharper focus, better concentration, and sustained alertness. These are some of the major effects of the medication. It’s proven to be very effective in helping those in need focus and manages mental health conditions like attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and other anxiety disorders. However,…

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How Bath Salts Effect Your Body

Illicit drugs are constantly evolving. Sometimes it can be difficult to keep track of just what kind of substance a new drug is and how it may affect the body. Bath salts are a street drug that has seen a spike in popularity and can cause serious damage to an individual’s body. As a central…