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What Is Rainbow Fentanyl?

You may have heard of fentanyl, but what is rainbow fentanyl? This new form of the deadly drug is even more potent and dangerous than regular fentanyl. If you or someone you care about is struggling with addiction involving fentanyl, consider getting professional help. The Right Step Houston offers a fentanyl rehab program in Texas. …

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Benefits of Fentanyl Addiction Treatment

Fentanyl is a powerful opioid medication typically only prescribed for people already taking other opioids for pain relief. However, even when taken as prescribed by a doctor, fentanyl can be dangerous. Fentanyl addiction can develop with continued use.If you or someone you love is struggling with fentanyl addiction, please seek professional help immediately. The Right …

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Signs of Opioid Dependence

If you’ve had an injury or surgery, you may have been prescribed opioids to manage pain. However, you may have also been surprised at what happens as you heal. It may only take a short period of misuse before signs of opioid dependence arise. You may not realize how much you’ve relied on opioids until …

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What Makes Prescription Opioids So Dangerous?

The issue of prescription opioids, their ready availability, and their rampant abuse is common in American news and public health discussions. The problem of prescription opioid addiction is so bad in the United States that it has been called an epidemic and national crisis.The need for opioid addiction treatment resources has never been greater. Despite …

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Understanding Opioid Epidemic Statistics

Opioids are potent drugs that alleviate pain and provide a euphoric sensation. Both legal, prescribed medications and illicit drugs are classified as opioids. Some of the most common are:HeroinFentanylOxycodone (OxyContin)MorphineHydrocodone (Vicodin)According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), 90 people die from an opioid overdose each day. In addition, nearly two million people abuse …

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When Will Prescription Pain Medicine Become a Problem?

Pain is just a part of the aging experience. As we age, things just hurt – sometimes for no apparent reason. Younger people also experience pain, but it is most commonly after an injury or surgical procedure. Nonetheless, the occasional headache or muscle ache is a common experience for almost everyone. American society has become …

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Coping with Opioid Withdrawal

Opioid withdrawal symptoms can be some of the most difficult to get through if you’ve been using an opioid-based drug for a long time. Common symptoms include anxiety, muscle pain, sweating, aching, insomnia, or fatigue. Coping with opioid withdrawal is possible with professional help at an opioid detox center in Texas.However, if you are going …

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“No Prescription Opioids, Please.”

Recovery offers a beautiful opportunity to view each day for all of the potentials it holds. And yet. Sober individuals live the same ol’ adulting life as the rest of the world: We have to work and keep a job. Have to prioritize relationships. We must take care of your body. And it’s that last one we want to focus …

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