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Opiates Addiction Recovery.


Opiates Addiction Recovery

Overcoming an addiction to opiates would require the individual to participate in an opiates addiction recovery program. This would require the individual to go through the process of detoxification to remove the drug from the system and get past the physical addiction caused.
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What are Opiates?.


What are Opiates?

An opiate is a drug that contains opium and is an analgesic, which means that it reduces pain by binding receptors in the brain (opioid receptors). Current medicine has developed some completely synthetic versions of these drugs such as Fentanyl and Meperidine also called Demerol.
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Why Teens May be Willing to Try Prescription Drugs.


Why Teens May be Willing to Try Prescription Drugs

Because prescription drug abuse is such a significant problem among our youth, I can't imagine being the parent of a school aged child today. Kids are approached with substance use at a much younger age anymore and prescription pills are often the type of drug adolescents and teens may be willing...

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Pharma Parties and Trail Mix is a Deadly Mixture.


Pharma Parties and Trail Mix is a Deadly Mixture

Because the abuse of prescription drugs are becoming so common and widespread throughout the United States I think it's important for parents to realize that "pill parties" or sometimes called "pharm parties" do take place among teens and parents need to be aware. I realize most young people don't...

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Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction.


Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction

Prescription drug addiction differs from other forms of drug abuse and addiction in that the abuse develops very subtly and the addiction, gradually. In many cases prescription drug use will start with a medical need. Those who use painkillers – one of the most common prescription drugs...

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