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How to Avoid Relapse During Recovery

Whether an individual has been in recovery from substance abuse addiction for just a few weeks or for several years, they will always be at risk for relapse. Addiction is a chronic and relapsing disease, meaning that it has no cure. Relapse is a part of all chronic diseases, and unfortunately, addiction is no different.…

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What’s the Difference Between a Detox Center and a Rehab Center?

Although overcoming drug and alcohol addiction is not the easiest process to go through, it is definitely worth it in the end. Learning about the differences between detox centers and rehab centers can help you to see the importance of both and help you better understand which one may be a good starting point for…

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What’s the Difference Between Detox and Withdrawal?

Research has shown that more than 11% of Americans 12 years and older have used illegal substances. With Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center, you don’t have to go through detox and recovery alone or at risk to yourself. If you or someone you know is looking to overcome their substance addiction, keep reading to find out…

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What Medications Are Used During Detox?

Over the years, drug use and drug addiction have continued to escalate. While many individuals would love to get help for their addiction, many are fearful of entering detox because of the discomfort that is associated with drug and alcohol withdrawals. Fortunately, many treatment programs utilize medications to help manage withdrawal symptoms that can be…

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What medications are used during detox?

Over the years, drug use and drug addiction has continued to escalate. While many individuals would love to get help for their addiction, many are fearful of entering detox because of the discomfort that is associated with drug and alcohol withdrawals. Fortunately, many treatment programs utilize medications to help manage withdrawal symptoms that can be…

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The Dangers of At-Home Drug or Alcohol Detox

Millions of people have struggled with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. Although treating a substance use disorder is a great thing, there are risks associated with doing an at-home detox. Because their bodies become dependent on the substance and their brains rely on it to regulate their bodies and emotions, stopping the substance suddenly…

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Trauma is a Contributing Risk Factor in Developing Substance Use Disorder

Most individuals have had something traumatic happen to them or have witnessed a traumatic event at some point throughout their lives; this can include anything from bullying, medical trauma, physical abuse, natural disasters, mass shootings, and many more. There are several risk factors for developing substance use disorder, but is trauma one of them? Read…

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How Doctor Shopping fueled the Opioid Crisis

Opioid overdose deaths have risen dramatically in the United States over the past two decades. Prescription drugs are an essential part of helping improve the quality of life for those who suffer from acute or chronic pain. However, the misuse and abuse of these drugs, especially opioids, have become a serious national health problem. So,…

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