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How Do You Manage Pain in People with Chronic Opioid Use Disorder

How Do You Manage Pain in People with Chronic Opioid Use Disorder

The use of chronic opioid therapy — the use of opioids daily for a minimum period of 90 days — has increased tremendously over the years, with a recent surge domestically in the past few years. Opioids have long been used for treating terminal pain, like cancer. Then, they slowly were used to treat non-terminal […]

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Opiate Addiction: How To Successfully Deal With Withdrawal Process?

You might be reading this post because you want to get sober, but you’re afraid of your body’s reaction when you stop using it. You must have heard that opiate withdrawal is severe and you are afraid of what will happen to your body. Addiction & Withdrawal You may know opiates by many names. Vicodin, […]

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Fighting Opioid Battle on Two Fronts

The Boston Globe recently published an article breaking down the dynamic and complex nature fueling the nation’s increase in opioid and opiate outbreaks. The article explains how the blanket term, opioid is a euphemism obscuring the true plight at hand. The reality is Americans are being attacked on two fronts one from the deadly drug […]

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