Opioid Addiction

Gabapentin Detox

Gabapentin is a drug classified as an anticonvulsant. In other words, it is mainly used to treat seizures. Other uses include the treatment of: Restless legs syndrome Anxiety Insomnia Alcohol withdrawal Cocaine withdrawal Nerve pain after shingles (postherpetic neuralgia) Gabapentin… Continue Reading…

Substance Abuse

Meth Detox

Meth, short for methamphetamine, is an popular illegal drug that functions as a stimulant. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) classifies meth as a Schedule II controlled substance. This means the drug has a high potential for abuse, but it has… Continue Reading…

Drug Addiction

Speedball Addiction Treatment

Speedballing is the practice of combining two illegal drugs, namely heroin and cocaine, and taking them together. Usually, speedballing is done by injecting the drug cocktail directly into the bloodstream. Some users prefer to snort the drugs nasally. In any… Continue Reading…

Opioid Addiction

Gabapentin Addiction Treatment

Currently, Gabapentin is not considered a controlled substance in the United States, even though it can produce feelings of pleasant relaxation or euphoria, which is why many people are increasingly abusing it. Most Gabapentin users typically take other drugs to… Continue Reading…

Substance Abuse

Meth Addiction Treatment

Meth, or methamphetamine, is a popular recreational drug. It appears as a white, crystalline powder, and because of this nature it has become popularly known on the streets as crystal meth. It is a highly potent stimulant drug producing effects… Continue Reading…

Opioid Addiction

Ativan

Ativan is a benzodiazepine drug with the generic name lorazepam. As a benzodiazepine, this drug acts as a sedative; in other words, it has very relaxing effects. Ativan is mainly used as an anti-anxiety and anti-seizure medication, and in some… Continue Reading…

Substance Abuse

Meth Withdrawal

Meth is one of the most common illegal drugs in the United States. Many people use it recreationally, and they love the quick, potent high they get out of the drug. Meth has stimulant effects, making users more energetic, talkative,… Continue Reading…

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol Withdrawal

When you drink alcohol heavily, it will lead to several negative effects on your health, including liver disease, hypertension, and even cancer. In addition, you will also find it harder to quit drinking because of alcohol withdrawal. In a nutshell,… Continue Reading…

Mental Health

Anxiety Treatment

Anxiety disorders are common mental health conditions for adults in the United States, but it can also affect teenagers. Based on data from the National Institutes of Health, around 1 in 3 young people aged 13 to 18 will be… Continue Reading…

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol Effects

Alcohol can affect your body in many ways. One of the organs that get damaged a lot because of alcohol effects is the heart. It’s a crucial organ responsible for pumping blood to all other parts of the body. Without… Continue Reading…