Bipolar Disorder Symptoms

Why Bipolar Patients Shouldn’t Use Marijuana

Cannabis is the most commonly abused drug among people with bipolar disorder. In fact, with anecdotal evidence that medical marijuana might help with the symptoms of bipolar disorder, many people may wonder if the plant could have a role in treating it. Unfortunately, marijuana and bipolar disorder don’t mix, according to most clinical studies. This…

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Adderall Withdrawal Symptoms

How to Know You’re Experiencing Adderall Withdrawal Symptoms

Adderall dependence can occur after an extended period of use, even if taken as directed. Prescribed Adderall is typically used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but people may seek out the stimulant to help them stay awake, get high or be more alert. When you become physically dependent on Adderall, Adderrall withdrawal symptoms can kick…

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gifts for a recovering loved one

7 Gifts for a Recovering Loved One

Whether it be for a birthday, Christmas, or to show your recovering loved one that you care, they’ll be a time when you want to give a loved one who is recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction a gift. No matter what stage of their recovery journey your loved one is at, gifts can help…

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recovery books

11 Best Dramatic Recovery Books

If you or someone you love is struggling with recovering from alcoholism or addiction, it can feel like there is no hope. The good news is that recovery is possible, and there are many books out there that can help guide you on the journey to sobriety. This article will discuss 11 of the best…

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addiction a choice or disease

Is Addiction a Disease or a Choice?

It’s a question people facing substance abuse problems often ask themselves: Is addiction a disease or a choice? It’s hard to answer this question because substance abuse is so complicated. Some people think drug and alcohol addiction is a disease. Those people include former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, M.D. In 2016, he issued a report claiming addiction…

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Guide to Residential Treatment

The Ultimate Guide to Residential Substance Abuse Treatment

If you or a loved one suffers from alcoholism or drug use, you might wonder about residential substance abuse treatment. Asking for help can feel overwhelming, and learning about all the options for recovery is stressful. Please be rest assured that you are not alone! Here we will provide the ultimate guide to residential substance…

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what to look for in treatment

What to Look for in a Drug Rehab Treatment Facility

What to Look for in Your Residential Drug Treatment Facility Congratulations on making the decision to pursue drug and alcohol rehab! We know how challenging it can be to come to the conclusion that you need recovery help. At Summit Detox, we want to do everything we can to support your decision. Enrolling in a…

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Drug-Induced Schizophrenia

Drug-Induced Schizophrenia: Triggers, Symptoms and Treatment

People often use the term “drug-induced schizophrenia” to refer to the psychotic symptoms a person develops after acute or long-term drug abuse. Although these symptoms mimic true schizophrenia, this occurrence is actually drug-induced psychosis, which is a different disorder entirely. Since drug-induced psychosis symptoms are nearly identical to those of schizophrenia, it helps to understand…

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Overdose on Fentanyl

How Quickly Can You Overdose on Fentanyl?

Fentanyl, especially in the synthetic form sold on the streets, remains one of the most dangerous and deadly drugs, largely because it’s 100 times more potent than morphine and up to 40 times as potent as heroin. The risk of overdose on fentanyl is extremely high, and drug overdose deaths involving illicit drugs, including fentanyl…

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