Addiction Topic Keyword: Opiate Detox (p. 1 of 1)

  • Rapid Detoxification Treatment for Use of Opioids

    Rapid Detoxification Treatment for Use of Opioids

    When you are struggling with an addiction, one of the ramifications is that delayed gratification is not something that you can deal with. One of the primary components of a substance abuse treatment is the necessary behavioral change needed to procure abstinence from substance abuse on a long-term or long lasting basis.
    Someone who is struggling with hard core drug use or excessive drug...

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  • Opiate Addiction

    Opiate Addiction

    You've never touched drugs in your life and you go to the Doctor one morning only to be told that that your urine sample shows you've been smoking heroin or possibly injecting a little too much morphine. How'd that happen? As you talk to the Doctor about your food intake over the last two days: banana, bagel, strawberry...wait, wait what type of bagel did you have? A poppy seed bagel. That...

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  • Opiate Detox and Addiction

    Opiate Detox and Addiction

    Opiate addiction is recognized as a central nervous system disorder, caused by continuous opiate intake. Using opiate for extended periods of time can cause the nerve cells in the brain to stop functioning normally and stop producing natural endorphins. Since the body is receiving opiates and is no longer producing natural endorphins the nerve cells start to degenerate and become physical...

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  • Rapid Detox

    Rapid Detox

    There have been substantial advances when it comes to understanding the biochemical and genetic basis for substance abuse and addiction over the past ten years. In spite of this knowledge very little information is disseminated in regards to alternative forms of detox treatment.
    One form of alternative treatment is rapid detox and is a viable alternative for certain patients. Rapid...

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