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Ativan Addiction | Midwood Addiction Treatment Center

Ativan Addiction

Ativan Addiction – Ativan is the brand name for the benzodiazepine (benzo) lorazepam that is used to treat several disorders, including anxiety, epilepsy, alcohol withdrawal,

Heroin vs. Fentanyl | Midwood Addiction Treatment

Heroin vs. Fentanyl

Heroin vs. Fentanyl: Differences and Similarities – Heroin and fentanyl are both opioid drugs that attach to opioid receptors in the brain, thereby reducing sensations

Dual Diagnosis Treatment | Midwood Addiction Treatment

Dual Diagnosis Treatment: Why Is It Important?

Dual Diagnosis Treatment: Why Is It Important? – When a person suffers from addiction in addition to a mental health disorder, such as anxiety or

Codeine and Sprite | Midwood Addiction Treatment

Codeine and Sprite

Codeine and Sprite – Codeine is a prescription opiate drug that is classified as a controlled substance in the United States. It is prescribed to

What Is a Speedball? | Midwood Addiction Treatment

What Is a Speedball?

What Is a Speedball? – A speedball is a combination of the drugs heroin and cocaine. Heroin is a common illicit opioid that, when abused,

Hydrocodone Withdrawal | Midwood Addiction Treatment

Hydrocodone Withdrawal Timeline, Detox, and Treatment

Hydrocodone Withdrawal Timeline, Detox, and Treatment – Like most prescription painkillers, hydrocodone cessation can produce unpleasant withdrawal symptoms that range from mild to severe and

What Is Suboxone?: Benefits and Risks | Midwood Addiction Treatment

Suboxone Relief from Heroin: Benefits & Risks

What Is Suboxone?: Benefits and Risks – Suboxone is very effective at providing relief from heroin withdrawal and cravings, but the should only be used as

Smoking Heroin | Midwood Addiction Treatment Center

What Are the Risks and Effects of Smoking Heroin?

What Are the Risks and Effects of Smoking Heroin? – Heroin is a semi-synthetic opioid derived from the opium alkaloid morphine, a narcotic that is

Dilaudid Abuse and Addiction | Midwood Addiction Treatment

What is Dilaudid Abuse and Addiction?

Dilaudid and Dilaudid-HP injections are painkilling opioids that are used to relieve moderate to severe pain, but also have a high potential for addiction. Dilaudid

Coping Mechanisms for Addiction | Midwood Addiction Treatment

Coping Mechanisms for Addiction

Coping Mechanisms for Addiction – If a person becomes overwhelmed with life’s struggles, such as the loss of employment, a failing marriage, physical health problems,

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