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Relapse

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 Often Do People Return to Rehab After Relapse?

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) defines addiction as a chronic, relapsing brain disease. Although relapse is never welcome, it is also not unexpected. Dealing with addiction relapses is an important part of long-term recovery.
Addiction and Relapse
NIDA notes the following about addiction and relapse to drugs…

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Dangers of Relapsing on Suboxone

Suboxone is a prescription drug comprised of buprenorphine and naloxone, and it is commonly used in opiate replacement therapies and to treat moderate pain. The medication serves several purposes, including the following:

Buprenorphine helps satisfy the opiate cravings without the opiate high
Naloxone counters or blocks any narcotic effects as…

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Preventing a Suboxone Addiction from Getting Worse

Suboxone is a synthetic opiate designed to treat addiction to heroin, morphine, opium or prescription painkillers. Like methadone, Suboxone satisfies the brain’s need for opiates without causing the high associated with narcotics. Methadone, however, can only be dispensed in specially licensed clinics whereas Suboxone replacement therapy can be administered…

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Five Potential Suboxone Relapse Triggers

It is imperative that an addict learns about relapse prevention to maintain a lasting recovery. Addicts must identify situations that can lead to drug cravings or relapse. Some addicts overlook this step in recovery, but often to their detriment. Relapse prevention is a vital component to any person desiring sobriety…

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Did I Ruin My Recovery from Suboxone Addiction by Relapsing?

Drug addiction is a chronic disorder and relapse is common. Relapse is not the end of recovery, and you can find a Suboxone-free life after any recovery stumbling block. The more aware you are about relapse, the better prepared you will be to deal with it. While the hope…

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Suboxone Relapse

Learning and understanding relapse prevention is key to long-lasting sobriety. One must be intentional about making necessary life changes and proactive about identifying trigger points that can intensify a drug craving. This is a step in recovery that is sometimes overlooked or not weighed heavily in the process. Relapse…

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