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How Long Alcohol Withdrawal Lasts

Alcohol use disorder (AUD), a persistent illness that impairs your capacity to cut back on or control drinking, affects around 14.4 million people in the US.  Your brain chemistry gradually changes when you consume large amounts of alcohol regularly to counteract the effects of alcohol.  Alcohol depresses the central nervous system, so your brain has … Read more

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Symptoms of Withdrawal from Substance Use

Individuals struggling with a substance use disorder often have a strong desire to end their addiction and will attempt to do so to no avail. Most of the time, this is because of the uncomfortable and dangerous withdrawal symptoms of quitting a substance.  These symptoms may include headaches, shaking, irritability, anxiety, etc. Withdrawal symptoms are … Read more

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How Does Lexapro Withdrawal Feel?

What is Lexapro? Doctors prescribe Lexapro (or sertraline) as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) and antidepressant. The drug alleviates symptoms of depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other conditions. Learn the dosage, effects, and risks of Lexapro withdrawal below.  Acting to preserve and promote the “feel-good” neurotransmitter, serotonin—the medicine improves lowered … Read more

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Medications to Treat Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

Physical dependency on alcohol is one of the most challenging issues a person going through the recovery process may have to overcome. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms are often difficult to cope with, and they also pose direct physical risks to those going through a detoxification. Under such circumstances, it’s wise to consider a medication-assisted recovery. Let’s … Read more

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Morphine Side Effects, Withdrawal and Detox

Morphine is a narcotic pain reliever that was first developed in 1805 and widely used during the Civil War. Today, it is available in tablet, liquid, and injectable forms and is used to treat both acute and chronic pain. As one of the oldest opioid medications that are still in use, it has a particularly … Read more

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Fentanyl Side Effects, Withdrawal and Detox

Fentanyl is a drug that is widely considered one of the strongest painkillers known to mankind. In fact, it is believed to be between 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine. It also has a structural analog known as carfentanil that’s believed to be more than 10,000 times as potent as morphine and strong enough … Read more

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Dilaudid: Side Effects, Withdrawal & Detox

Dilaudid is the brand name of a derivative of morphine that’s generically known as hydromorphone. It is a narcotic that’s regularly used as an analgesic, meaning doctors prescribe it as a painkiller. As is the case with many drugs derived from morphine, Dilaudid has a high propensity for both addiction and habit formation. Similarly, it … Read more

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Codeine: Side Effects, Withdrawal & Detox

Codeine is a prescription medication that is typically used to manage pain and coughing. It is classified as an opioid, or a narcotic, drug, and it is only considered legal for you to take it if a doctor prescribes it specifically to help treat a diagnosed health condition. Like other opioids, this drug works by … Read more

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Demerol Side Effects, Withdrawal and Detox

Demerol, or meperidine, is an opioid pain reliever that can be given as an injection or taken orally as a tablet or liquid. Unlike some other narcotics, Demerol is only meant to treat sudden, acute episodes of pain that are of a moderate to severe intensity. It is not intended for the treatment of chronic, … Read more

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Klonopin Side Effects, Withdrawal and Detox

Klonopin is a drug that belongs in a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines, which are generally considered to be sedatives. Klonopin works by calming the brain centers and nervous system, and for that reason, it is popularly used by physicians to treat seizures, convulsions, and epilepsy symptoms. It is also sometimes prescribed for individuals … Read more

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