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Is There a Difference Between Suboxone vs Methadone?

Do you know the difference between Suboxone vs. Methadone? Both drugs are pharmaceuticals that aim to treat opiate addictions. Primarily, these drugs can help individuals stop abusing harder drugs like OxyContin and heroin. In fact, many people confuse Suboxone vs. Methadone because they are both a part of opiate replacement therapy.If you’d like to know…

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Percocet vs. Hydrocodone: What’s The Difference?

Percocet and hydrocodone are both commonly prescribed to people in the United States. People who use either drug are usually trying to deal with post-surgery pain or some type of chronic pain. That doesn’t mean the two drugs are the same, though. Knowing the differences between Percocet vs. hydrocodone can benefit you or a loved…

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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…

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Overcoming Hydrocodone Withdrawal Symptoms

Hydrocodone is one of the most well-known opioids due to its widespread abuse. Addiction very quickly takes over people abusing this potent prescription painkiller. With abuse or even simple overuse of prescribed pills, your addiction develops in as little as two weeks. This addiction starts with the drug’s high but ends with you needing help…

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What is an Opioid Use Disorder?

Opioid abuse is one of the biggest health crisis in the United States. An OUD, or opioid use disorder, is another name for opioid addiction. If you’re using opioids and they are causing problems in your life, then you might be struggling with an OUD. Take a closer look at this opioid drug abuse, how…

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The Most Common Painkiller Withdrawal Symptoms

The road to recovery from prescription pill addiction is a good place to be. The decision to stop using and get treatment takes a lot of courage. That’s particularly true for someone who has been caught in the cycle of addiction for months or even years. While contemplating what’s required to get clean from painkillers,…

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What You Need to Know About Opioid Addiction Recovery

Opioids. It’s hard to deny that opioids are dominating the news for all the wrong reasons. We are hearing a great deal about epidemic levels of heroin and pain pill addiction throughout the country. At this point, we should all show concern about any substances that are killing people. With that said, we can all…

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Worried About OxyContin Side Effects?

Doctors often write OxyContin prescriptions to help their patients numb intense pain. Nowadays, the United States swallows nearly 80 percent of the world’s OxyContin supply. OxyContin is among the most potent narcotic drugs belonging to the opiate class. Thus, OxyContin distorts how the body’s central nervous system reacts to pain. In other words, it increases…

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What Is the New Florida Opioid Law?

If you take prescription opioids, you may be unable to get them anymore because of the new Florida opioid law. As of July 1, 2018, the government restricts how long doctors can prescribe the Schedule II drugs for a patient. However, this regulation establishes many other requirements too.About the New Florida Opioid LawFlorida is one…

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What is the Gray Death Drug?

When you are addicted to drugs, you often find yourself looking for a cheaper way to get a stronger high. However, these cheaper ways often come with even more dangerous effects. The gray death drug is an example. According to Drugabuse.gov, this drug is actually not just one substance, but a compound drug made up…