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March 2017

Medically Supervised Rapid Detox

The exact recovery process will be different for every addict. However, each journey starts at the same point, with the need to remove drugs from the body. This detoxification (detox) process can be physically and mentally demanding. It doesn't have to be a long, drawn-out process, however, when patients opt for medically supervised rapid detox, a method of detoxification conducted in a way that minimizes withdrawal symptoms while ensuring the...

Rapid Detox: A Safer Alternative

Defined by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as a chronic disease characterized by a compulsive need to repeatedly use certain drugs, addiction causes several imbalances within the brain and throughout the body. It's these changes that can make recovery a challenge for addicts wishing to end their dependency. A safer alternative for patients looking to avoid this stressful and potentially dangerous stage of recovery is rapid detox. What Is Rapid...

How the Brain Responds to Opiates

Among the world's oldest drugs used for medicinal purposes, opiates can serve a useful purpose for patients dealing with severe or chronic pain. However, medications like OxyContin, morphine, and fentanyl are only meant to be used short-term because of the addictive nature of these drugs. The reason why opiates can create a physical and emotional dependence is because of the way they work within the brain. It's also the brain's...