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Common Treatment Components Used in an Inpatient Rehab Program

Inpatient programs at a rehab center in South Florida are tailored to fit your needs, situation, and level of addiction. The type of therapies, treatment methods, and other components in your program will be based on the results of your initial clinical assessment. Doing this will help determine what approach [...]

2020-12-24T08:29:41-05:00March 26th, 2020|Benzodiazepines, Drug Rehab, Opioids|

Drug Rehab South Florida | 5 Long-Term Effects of Drugs on Your Body

Continued drug abuse and addiction can not only cause harm to your mental health, but it can also your physical health. The good news is you can seek help today at a drug rehab South Florida. But it’s important to consider these 5 long-term effects of drugs on your body. [...]

2020-12-24T08:29:41-05:00February 21st, 2020|Drug Rehab, Opioids|

Why is an Effective Opioid Addiction Medication being Restricted?

Buprenorphine, found in the popular drug Suboxone, has been proven to be effective for opioid addiction treatment. So why is it increasingly harder to get? Doctors and pharmacists alike run into problems when prescribing the drug for opioid addiction treatment. Restriction on both doctors and pharmacies keep the drug hard [...]

2020-12-24T08:29:41-05:00August 27th, 2019|Drug Rehab, Opioids|

Are We Overlooking Solutions to the Opioid Crisis?

Recently, the President’s Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) published a report on the underestimated cost of the opioid crisis in America. Curbing illicit drug trafficking, reducing over-prescription by doctors, and cracking down on drug distributors are all major focus points of the report. While these are all good intentions, there [...]

2020-12-24T08:29:42-05:00June 27th, 2019|Drug Rehab, Opioids|

Arrests, Lawsuits, and Taxation: The Latest in the Opioid Crisis

The opioid crisis in America continues to claim thousands of lives year after year.  Doctors have the enormously challenging task of prescribing opioid medication effectively and responsibly. Drug manufacturers also hold the responsibility for how their potentially dangerous product is distributed. Recently, both medical professionals and prescription drug makers and [...]

2020-12-24T08:29:42-05:00April 28th, 2019|Drug Rehab, Opioids|

Deadly Combinations: How Benzos are Overlooked in the Opioid Crisis

Benzodiazepines are a class of sedatives used to treat anxiety and/or insomnia. The most popular benzo on the market is Xanax, which has over 50 million prescriptions written each year in the U.S. Many Americans see benzos as socially acceptable and as a helpful way to treat anxiety. An overlooked [...]

2020-12-24T08:29:42-05:00January 29th, 2019|Benzodiazepines, Drug Rehab, Opioids|

Middle-Aged Women at Risk of Overdose

The drug crisis in America is evident in nearly every community. Over the last few decades new trends among those affected have emerged. One group severely affected by the crisis with a huge increase in drug-related deaths is one you’d least expect: middle-aged women. Research from the CDC’s Morbidity and [...]

2020-12-24T08:29:42-05:00January 28th, 2019|Antidepressants, Benzodiazepines, Drug Rehab, Opioids|
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