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Cymbalta (Duloxetine) Detox, Effects & Withdrawal Symptoms

Depending on how people use them, drugs can help people or hurt them. The antidepressant Cymbalta is one such drug. It is a SNRI drug. SNRI stands for serotonin and norepinephrine … Continue reading

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What Is Flexeril? What’s It Used For? Is It Addictive? Side Effects?

There are many types of drugs and prescription medications. While many are helpful, many of them have addictive properties and millions of people become addicted to them. Flexeril is one … Continue reading

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Klonopin (Clonazepam) Withdrawal Timeline

Klonopin is the brand name for a generic medication you may have heard of called clonazepam. It is classified in the category of benzodiazepine drugs. Klonopin is commonly used to help … Continue reading

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How Long Does Subutex (Suboxone) Stay In Your System?

Subutex, or suboxone, is used in treating addictions to prescription opioids or heroin. Many drug and alcohol addiction treatment center programs offer subutex to patients when helping them overcome an … Continue reading

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The Dangers of Ingredients in Methamphetamine

Many studies have shown the use of opioids is on the rise. However, an equally harmful substance is threatening the lives of people all over the world. That is the … Continue reading

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Withdrawal Timeline for Fentanyl Patch

Fentanyl patch, also known by Duragesic, was created to provide all day and night pain relief to people who have severe, chronic pain. This medication is extended-release and is extremely … Continue reading

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How Bad Is Heroin Withdrawal?

When someone is addicted to heroin, there can be a constant push and pull between wanting to recover versus avoiding the effects of withdrawal. Since the drug is highly addictive, … Continue reading

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Addiction Treatment Coverage Threatened If ACA is Unconstitutional

With the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA or, if you prefer, ObamaCare) again threatened with repeal—including its provisions for requiring coverage for people with pre-existing conditions and 10 … Continue reading

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