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Oxycodone Addiction and Risks

Posted by April 14, 2021 in Addiction, Blog | 0 comments

Oxycodone Addiction and Risks

Oxycodone is a powerful opioid painkiller. It is often used as a way to treat severe pain after a surgical procedure or illness. This drug is prescribed by doctors but is also commonly misused by people seeking a high from it. As a highly addictive drug, many people find themselves unable to stop using it without professional help. More About Oxycodone Oxycodone is a painkiller that works by turning off the pain signals traveling from the body to the brain. As a painkiller, it is very effective and can provide a wide range of improvements to...

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Addiction to Xanax

Posted by March 25, 2021 in Addiction, Blog | 0 comments

Addiction to Xanax

Xanax is a type of benzodiazepine. This prescription medication is typically used to treat insomnia and anxiety disorders. Xanax is commonly abused because of its ability to create a euphoric feeling when consumed outside of recommended prescription doses. Xanax is also highly addictive. The Drug’s Popularity Over the years, pop culture has made the use of Xanax more common. Sought after as a way to calm the function of the central nervous system, this drug is often used as a way to chill out and to stop worrying. Over-prescription of...

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5 Reasons Professional Detox and Residential Treatment Are Critical to Recovery

Posted by March 19, 2021 in Blog, Detox | 0 comments

5 Reasons Professional Detox and Residential Treatment Are Critical to Recovery

Making the decision to get help for drug and alcohol addiction often starts with understanding the options for care. While outpatient treatment is an option for some, most people have greater success with inpatient, or residential, treatment. About Residential Treatment In residential treatment, a person lives in a treatment center for 30 to 90 days, depending on their needs and treatment plan. Some begin this process with detox, a process that allows the body to remove substances in a safe and controlled manner, with the help of...

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Could a Veterans’ Addiction Treatment Program Help You?

Posted by March 2, 2021 in Addiction, Blog, Recovery | 0 comments

Could a Veterans’ Addiction Treatment Program Help You?

Men and women who serve the U.S. in the Armed Forces put their lives on the line for the freedom so many of us take for granted. That service, whether in peace or wartime, creates mental health disorders and unique challenges. When a veteran struggles with what has happened to them, they may turn to alcohol or drugs as a way to self-medicate. However, substance use leads to even more complications, including addiction. Why Veterans Need Addiction Treatment Men and women in the military experience various types of mental health complications:...

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Addiction to Cocaine: What It Looks Like and How It Happens

Posted by February 18, 2021 in Addiction, Blog | 0 comments

Addiction to Cocaine: What It Looks Like and How It Happens

A Widely Used Drug Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant drug, illicit because of how dangerous it can be. Though it is harder to obtain and more expensive than other types of drugs, cocaine is still widely used. The National Institute on Drug Abuse found that an estimated 16.8 percent of people over the age of 26 in the United States in 2018 had used cocaine at some point in their life. A person using this drug may suffer from addiction even with inconsistent use. What Is Cocaine and Why Should You Avoid Using It? Cocaine is a white,...

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How Meditation Helps Reduce the Need for Opioids for Pain Relief

Posted by January 27, 2021 in Blog, Recovery | 0 comments

How Meditation Helps Reduce the Need for Opioids for Pain Relief

You suffer from pain. That’s why you have to take pain medications. Yet, opioid-based medications cause changes in your body and create an increased risk of addiction. If you are one of the many people who are facing this struggle, meditation may be able to provide some level of support and improvement for you. You Need a New Method for Pain Management Many people turn to opioids for pain relief because they can be very effective at blocking the communication between the pain-causing area and the brain. They also create a feel-good...

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Overcoming Prescription Medication Addiction

Posted by January 13, 2021 in Addiction, Blog | 0 comments

Overcoming Prescription Medication Addiction

Prescription medications often seem safe to take. After all, your doctor wrote a prescription for you based on their assessment of your condition. Unfortunately, some prescription medications present the danger of addiction, even if you use the medication exactly as your doctor prescribed. More unfortunate still is that the addictive properties of the drugs can make it difficult to monitor your use; you may start wanting to use them outside of the recommendations of your doctor. NIDA Weighs In The National Institute on Drug Abuse pinpoints...

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Nutrition and Addiction Recovery: The Foods Your Body Needs and Why

Posted by December 30, 2020 in Blog, Recovery | 0 comments

Nutrition and Addiction Recovery: The Foods Your Body Needs and Why

Nutrition is an important component of addiction recovery. For many people with addiction, a lack of nutrients can slow the healing process and limit recovery. When you receive drug and alcohol treatment with our team at Victory, nutrition will be a key part of the healing process. Nutrition and Recovery As the U.S. National Library of Medicine notes, balancing nutrition during recovery is essential for everyone. In some people, a lack of nutrients over a prolonged time can lead to malnutrition. Nutrition is an important holistic treatment...

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Making the Decision to Enter Drug or Alcohol Detox as a Professional

Posted by December 10, 2020 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

Making the Decision to Enter Drug or Alcohol Detox as a Professional

You’re struggling each day with drug or alcohol use, hiding how much you rely on substances to get through the next meeting, the next confrontation, or the next disappointment. It’s time to get help, but you’re a busy professional who others rely on. How can you take the time off of work to go through detox and addiction treatment? Making the Decision to Change It can be overwhelming to think about getting help for drug or alcohol addiction. But if you do nothing to change now, your addiction will likely worsen, and you could lose more than...

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Why Is Underlying Mental Illness the Root Cause of Addiction?

Posted by December 2, 2020 in Addiction, Blog | 0 comments

Why Is Underlying Mental Illness the Root Cause of Addiction?

Mental illness is common. The National Alliance on Mental Health notes that 1 in 5 adults in the United States experience some form of mental illness each year. And 1 in 15 experience a serious mental illness annually. That’s 47.6 million people in the country struggling with mental illness. The Connection There’s no doubt that underlying mental illness is often a precursor to drug and alcohol use. An estimated 19.3 percent of adults with mental illness also have substance use disorder. That’s about 9.2 million people. Why Do Mental Illness...

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