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Why Does Alcohol Withdrawal Cause Seizures?

April 20, 2023
Abrupt cessation of alcohol use after a long period of heavy drinking can cause alcohol withdrawal seizures, which can lead to a range of severe complications such as brain damage, heart attacks, strokes, and, in extreme cases, death.

Does Suboxone Get You High?

April 20, 2023
Suboxone comprises a partial opioid agonist, which causes the receptors in the brain to release less dopamine. This means that Suboxone does not produce a high for those who take it as prescribed and directed in a clinical setting.

Can You Die From Opioid Withdrawal?

April 14, 2023
Although opioid withdrawal can be unpleasant, it is generally not life-threatening on its own. However, in some cases, opioid withdrawal can lead to complications that can be highly dangerous or even deadly.

Is Sublocade The Same As Suboxone?

April 1, 2023
While Suboxone and Sublocade serve similar purposes, they are distinguishable in several ways. Here are the key differences.

Can You Overdose On Suboxone?

March 29, 2023
It is possible to overdose on Suboxone, especially if it is taken improperly or in combination with other substances that depress the central nervous system.

What Happens If You Take Opioids On Vivitrol?

March 24, 2023
Vivitrol works by binding to opioid receptors in the brain and blocking the effects of opioids, such as pain relief, euphoria, and respiratory depression.

What Is CBT And How Does It Work?

March 21, 2023
Many studies have shown that CBT is effective in treating addiction, particularly when used in combination with other treatments.

Understanding Alcohol Shakes And How To Stop Them

February 24, 2023
Alcohol shakes, also known as alcohol tremors, are a symptom of alcohol withdrawal that occurs when an individual who has been drinking heavily stops or reduces their alcohol consumption.

What Happens If You Drink Alcohol While Taking Disulfiram?

February 19, 2023
Disulfiram, also known by the brand name Antabuse, serves to discourage patients from alcohol consumption, encouraging them to avoid the uncomfortable interaction between disulfiram and alcohol intake instead.