Entries by Solutions 4 Recovery

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What to Expect in 30 Day Rehab

Rehabilitation. The word invokes images of restoration, new beginnings, and wellness. When it comes to addiction rehabilitation those terms are especially meaningful, and should include the addition of one more: life. For addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease that, if left unchecked to progress, will eventually cost a person their life. Rehab offers a chance […]

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Medical Detox and Suboxone Treatment Centers

Careful planning is behind every successful outcome in life; no matter what goals you set for yourself or your future.  Without doing some pre-planning, most efforts will be wasted, with much flailing about trying to reach a goal haphazardly.  The need for planning holds true for approaching addiction recovery, one of the most important goals […]

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Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome Treatment

For most people entering rehab, the usual detoxification period—during which the body and brain expel the substance of abuse—lasts about one week, give or take.  Even though detox and withdrawal is a dreaded but necessary step in recovery, most individuals are able to wrap their brains around accepting one week of misery.  In reality, many […]

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Suboxone for Detox From Opiates

Perhaps you or a loved one has repeatedly attempted to stop using heroin or opioids, only to fall down again.  Desiring to end the bondage to drugs and be able to function normally again is the ultimate goal, but unfortunately it remains elusive.  For many, successfully completing detox seems impossible due to the withdrawal symptoms […]

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Stages of Relapse and Relapse Prevention

Identifying Warnings Signs and The Stages of Relapse When it comes to addiction recovery, no matter how committed to sobriety a person is, there is always, always the risk that they may return to using or drinking—especially during the first year of recovery.  Contrary to what many might assume, however, relapse is not an impulsive […]

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Getting Treatment After Becoming Addicted to Pain Pills After Surgery

For two decades doctors routinely prescribed an excessive number of opioid analgesics to patients following surgery.  For example, doctors would send a patient home with a script for 50 pills for pain management after a hysterectomy or gallbladder removal.  Even dentists were over prescribing the opioids.  Only later was it realized that some patients could […]

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Young Adults and Prescription Drug Abuse Recovery

In recent years, the nation has become painfully aware of the severely addictive properties of prescription drugs.  The opioid epidemic has produced devastating effects on our young adults especially, with tens of thousands of young lives cut short each year from overdoses related to opiates and synthetic opioids.  While this drug classification represents the majority […]