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Who Can I Talk to if I Don’t Trust My Family?

When it comes to helping an addicted loved one, not all family members have the best intentions, and some of their intentions may be misguided. For people who struggle with substance abuse or addiction, it may be best to seek professional advice if they feel uncomfortable talking with their families…

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What to Do When Your Drug Use Becomes Too Much

Light or recreational drug and alcohol use can quickly take a turn for the worse and lead to numerous problems. If a drug user has a run in with the law and gets arrested for possession or being under the influence, has an accidental overdose, loses a job due to…

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3 Steps to Make Room in Your Life for Sobriety

Many people are under the incorrect assumption that addicts achieve recovery once they complete rehab. However, recovery only begins once someone completes a rehab program, because the real work of recovery is done in day-to-day living after treatment ends. Rehab removes addicts from their lives of drugs, and…

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How to Protect Yourself from the Temptation to Relapse

Relapse triggers can pop up everywhere at any given moment making the temptation to use drugs or alcohol again ever present. Especially for newly recovering addicts who are in their first year of recovery, relapse triggers are not few and far between. This makes it essential for recovering addicts to…

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How Can I Cope with Pain If I Have a History of Painkiller Abuse?

The number of Americans who suffer from pain is more than those who struggle with diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Most people struggle with acute pain from time to time. This is a normal sensation that alerts a person to possible injury and spurs him or her to take…

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Can Coping Mechanisms Help Reduce Dependence on Suboxone?

Suboxone is the brand name for a combination of buprenorphine (a semi-synthetic opioid derived from thebaine) and naloxone (an opioid painkiller that prevents opioid overdose). This drug is addictive, so it can cause dependence; physical dependence is characterized by withdrawal symptoms if you go long enough without a dose…

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How to Secure Your Prescription Drugs to Prevent Misuse

Prescription drug abuse is a major health problem in the US. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, more than 16 million Americans are involved in illicit medication use. Experts at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration say that most of these abused prescription drugs…

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How to Party without Suboxone

Recovery from Suboxone addiction can be very difficult. As the recovery progresses, the old challenges of simply not using Suboxone may become easier, but there is still more work to be done. Celebration, relaxation and fun have to become part of life once more in order to sustain drug-free…

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How Sharing Your Story of Suboxone Addiction Can Help You And Others

Many Suboxone addicts are afraid to tell their story. Some fear condemnation for their past drug use. Others are afraid of losing respect. However, secrets lose their power when shared. The benefits of sharing your Suboxone addiction story far outweigh the risks. Sharing your Suboxone addiction story can help you…

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How Education Can Prevent Suboxone Addiction

Suboxone is a recovery drug used by addiction recovery professionals as part of opiate addiction detox. It produces the same effects in an addict’s body as the formerly abused opiates, only on a smaller scale. This helps ease the pain of withdrawals while teaching addicts how to function normally…

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Benefits of Addressing Suboxone Addiction Problems Early

Suboxone is a medication used to treat addiction to heroin. In the past, those who were addicted to heroin received injections of methadone to curb their cravings and deal with the addiction. Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and nalaxone. The buprenorphine component of the drug works the same way…

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How Do I Tell My Friends that I Don’t Want to Use Suboxone Any More?

The impact that getting sober will have depends on the way you communicate your decision to the people that are important to you, and how they respond. Having supportive friends can make recovery easier, while having friends that oppose your choice can cause unnecessary obstacles to an already challenging process…

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Finding Accountability to End Suboxone Use

Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone that is used to treat opiate addiction. The drug is viewed as an improvement over methadone because it is not as addictive. By binding tightly to the brain’s opiate receptors, Suboxone produces just enough stimulation to cut withdrawal symptoms for days…

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How Do I Tell My Family That I Don't Want to Use Suboxone Anymore?

Breaking an addiction is often a complicated, painful process. For someone who was formerly addicted to opiates, his recovery may take several stages. Learning that his recovery supervisors intend to put him on Suboxone to reduce his dependence on opiates can seem counterproductive, but Suboxone replicates the symptoms of opiate…

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