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Does Insurance Cover Detox? Yes They Do, and You Can Get Started Today

If you or someone you love is looking for detox in south Florida, contact us today at 888-995-5265 to learn more about our program, or click here to verify your insurance policy will cover treatment so you can get help today. If you’re struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, or know someone who is and are wondering does…

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Prepare for Residential Addiction Treatment

How Do I Prepare for Residential Addiction Treatment?

Deciding to get substance abuse treatment is one of the most important things you’ll do in your life. Embarking on the recovery process puts you on a journey of gaining control over your drug abuse problems and improving your physical and mental health. If you’re about to receive residential drug rehab, you might wonder, “How…

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how do residential and outpatient rehab programs compare

Residential vs. Outpatient Rehab: What’s the Difference?

Knowing the difference between residential vs. outpatient rehab can help determine which treatment method would better suit your lifestyle and recovery from substance abuse. Both inpatient and outpatient treatment can help you overcome your addiction safely, and both provide ways to integrate back into daily life while allowing you to maintain your success. When choosing…

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What Types of Anxiety Medication Are There

What Types of Anxiety Medication Are There?

Today’s psychiatrists and medical doctors can prescribe several types of medications to treat anxiety. How you respond to certain anxiety medications may differ from the results other people get, though. For example, you might find that hydroxyzine for anxiety doesn’t curb your symptoms even though it works well for some patients.

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How To Cope With

How To Cope With Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health condition in the U.S. About 19.1% of adults and 7% of children aged 3 to 7 years old have an anxiety disorder.1 That means nearly 86 million Americans are looking for ways to cope with distressing feelings. While you might already know some ways to cope with…

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Can You Overdose on Marijuana

Can You Overdose on Marijuana?

Marijuana is one of the most widely used drugs in the U.S., which can sometimes cause people to believe it does not pose a risk for overdose but is this correct? Can you overdose on marijuana? In this article will explore everything you need to know about cannabis use, including the potential and risks of…

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Morphine Overdose Symptoms

Morphine Overdose Symptoms: What To Do Immediately

Morphine or morphine sulfate is a powerful painkiller that affects the central nervous system. It’s an opiate, which means it’s derived from the opium poppy, Papaver somniferum. You may also hear morphine referred to as an opioid, which refers to any drug that binds to certain receptors in the brain the same way as an…

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Difference Between A Panic Attack and An Anxiety Attack

The Difference Between A Panic Attack and An Anxiety Attack

In daily language, people often use the phrases “panic attack” and “anxiety attack” interchangeably. The two responses to stress and anxiety are common enough that everyone knows what you mean when you use those terms. Within a medical context, though, doctors and counselors differentiate between panic attacks and anxiety attacks. The distinction between panic and…

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Meth Usage and Relapsing

Meth Usage and Relapsing After Treatment: Why It Happens

Methamphetamines are some of the most potent and addictive drugs in the world. The effects on the body can lead to euphoria, increased energy, and intense focus. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most destructive drugs available, leading to physical and mental health issues such as brain damage, heart problems, depression, anxiety, and more….

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