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

  • Inpatient vs. Outpatient Ecstasy Treatment

    Inpatient vs. Outpatient Ecstasy Treatment

    As one of the most powerful illegal drugs on the market, people struggling with ecstasy addiction face a day-in, day-out siege over any sense of will or purpose they may have. Deciding to get ecstasy treatment help takes a monumental force of will on the addict's part unless circumstances leave him or her little choice in the matter.
    Like most forms of drug rehab, ecstasy abuse treatment...

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  • What is Outpatient Treatment?

    What is Outpatient Treatment?

    Choosing the right type of drug rehab or alcoholism rehab is ultimately up to you. Look at the benefits as well as the drawbacks and decide which set best applies to the unique needs that you have during this vital recovery process.
    Although you can get insight from professionals in the rehab industry, the only person who is qualified to make decisions about your own substance abuse rehab...

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  • Important Steps to Take If You're Pregnant and Have a Problem With Drugs or Alcohol

    Important Steps to Take If You're Pregnant and Have a Problem With Drugs or Alcohol

    Unfortunately today there are so many teens and young adults using and abusing drugs and alcohol before and during pregnancy and they're not only putting themselves at risk, they're putting their unborn child at risk. We can't get enough information out there to educate people letting them know just how serious this is. Not only are these babies suffering while in the womb, they're suffering...

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  • 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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  • Acetaminophen Addiction Can Be Treated, Liver Failure Might Not Be!

    Acetaminophen Addiction Can Be Treated, Liver Failure Might Not Be!

    Acetaminophen, Hydrocodone and Oxycodone Abuse Acetaminophen (ACM) was first introduced in 1955 as Tylenol and is definitely still one of the most used medications in the United States. Acetaminophen is a non-narcotic substance (C8H9NO2) that's used to treat headaches, used to treat pain, and used to reduce fevers. Yearly sales of Acetaminophen products are well into the billions of dollars. Read Full Article

  • Eliminating Fear from Alcohol and Drug Treatment

    Eliminating Fear from Alcohol and Drug Treatment

    For anyone who has never experimented with alcohol and drugs or abused them, it would be hard for them to understand the fears an alcoholic or drug addict would have regarding detoxification and substance abuse treatment. For them, the fear of abusing drugs or addiction would keep them from ever needing treatment in the first place.
    The benefits associated with drug treatment therapy are...

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  • Is There a Difference Between Outpatient and Residential Inpatient Addiction Treatment Programs?

    Is There a Difference Between Outpatient and Residential Inpatient Addiction Treatment Programs?

    Individuals, who engage in substance abuse use, are often facing more than one issue. Research literature has shown, time and time again, that there is a stereotypical personality that accompanies the addict, rightly named, the ‘addictive personality’.
    Some characteristics that accompany said individual are as follows: Impulsivity Difficulty in delaying gratification,...

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