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Why Combining Methadone with Alcohol Can Be Lethal
Methadone is a prescription drug that is used for pain management and opioid addiction treatment. Alcohol is a commonly abused substance – the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) estimates that 29.5 million people in the United States have an alcohol use disorder. Many people are unaware that combining methadone and alcohol can...
The Intersection of Forgiveness and Recovery: Pathways to Wellness
Learning About Forgiveness When Addiction is Involved Addiction recovery is a complex process that takes time and effort. Mental health professionals use several evidence-based treatment modalities during the recovery process from substance abuse. But one aspect of recovery that is often overlooked is forgiveness. Most people in recovery experience a gamut of emotions, such as...
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Why Combining Methadone with Alcohol Can Be Lethal
Methadone is a prescription drug that is used for pain management and opioid addiction treatment. Alcohol is a commonly abused substance – the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) estimates that 29.5 million people in the United States have an alcohol use disorder. Many people are unaware that combining methadone and alcohol can...
The Intersection of Forgiveness and Recovery: Pathways to Wellness
Learning About Forgiveness When Addiction is Involved Addiction recovery is a complex process that takes time and effort. Mental health professionals use several evidence-based treatment modalities during the recovery process from substance abuse. But one aspect of recovery that is often overlooked is forgiveness. Most people in recovery experience a gamut of emotions, such as...
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