Addiction Topic Keyword: Methadone Addiction (p. 1 of 1)

  • Individual Assessments and Treatments Strengthens Addiction Recovery

    Individual Assessments and Treatments Strengthens Addiction Recovery

    Safe Detoxification When a person abuses drugs overtime they become dependent or addicted to them and when they stop using, withdrawal symptoms are experienced. Detoxification is the process the body goes through as the chemicals and toxins from substances abused are leaving the body.
    During this time withdrawal symptoms are experienced and behavior based therapy or medications can be...

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  • Methadone Addiction Overdose

    Methadone Addiction Overdose

    Is Methadone Killing More Than Just Pain? For anyone that isn't familiar with methadone, this article will help you get a better understanding of how useful this drug can be as a prescribed methadone treatment and just how dangerous and lethal it can be when methadone is abused.
    Methadone is a man-made synthetic narcotic that's prescribed to treat severe pain and also medically prescribed...

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  • Methadone Treatment

    Methadone Treatment

    Known as a highly effective and powerful drug, Methadone is a narcotic that fits the same category as heroin. This particular category is termed as opioids. Because Methadone is extremely safe, this is a drug that has been subject to a rigorous pattern of medication which is considered to be very safe for use because it is most effective to treat addiction.
    For over three decades,...

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  • Methadone Addiction, Detox, Treatment and Withdrawal

    Methadone Addiction, Detox, Treatment and Withdrawal

    Methadone is a synthetic opioid with potent analgesic effects. Although commonly associated with the treatment of opioid addiction, analgesia may also be prescribed for various pain syndromes. It may also be an appropriate replacement for morphine, when side effects limit dosage increases. Methadone toxicity is not always apparent in the first few days after initiating therapy and so careful...

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