Group Therapy During Recovery

Group Therapy During Recovery

Counseling is a pillar in treating people for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD). OUD is more than just a physical dependence on substances. There are various psychological and social factors that can be addressed through therapy that can advance recovery and reduce the risk of relapse. While many types of therapy can be useful during Medical…

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Tapering Off Suboxone

Tapering Off Suboxone

Suboxone has been shown to be an effective treatment in relieving withdrawal symptoms during Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) of Opioid Use Disorder, especially with outpatient recovery. The main ingredient in Suboxone is Buprenorphine, a partial agonist that reacts with the brain’s opioid receptors without creating the euphoria of stronger opioids. You can create a dependency…

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What is Suboxone? How Does it Work?

What Is Suboxone? How Does it Work?

Opioid addiction is especially dangerous because of the potential for overdose and even death. Millions of people across the country suffer from opioid addiction, as it is often nearly impossible to overcome this type of addiction without professional addiction treatment. Usually, an opioid addiction treatment program involves medications, such as Suboxone to help ease painful…

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How Long Does Opioid Withdrawal Last?

How Long Does Opioid Withdrawal Last?

When someone has an opioid addiction and tries to quit, they often experience painful withdrawal symptoms. Sometimes, these withdrawal symptoms cause so much pain that people resume using opioids just to ease the symptoms. For most people, it is nearly impossible to stop abusing opioids without the help of professional addiction specialists. If you or…

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Signs of Opioid Use Disorder

Signs of Opioid Use Disorder

Your intuition is heightened. Your loved one, your friend, your co-worker is behaving differently. He or she is sending physical or psychological signals that something is askew. You suspect that Opioid Use Disorder (OUD), sometimes also referred to as Substance Use Disorder (SUD) might be the cause, and you want to help, but you don’t…

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