Category: Prescription Drug Addiction
Stopping Drug and Problematic Alcohol Use and Staying Stopped – What Happens In Non-residential Rehab/Dayhab
Intensive Dayhab has been proved to be highly effective. Although new to the UK Intensive Dayhab has been running in the US for over 10 years and there are more than 11,000 Intensive Dayhab/Intensive Outpatient Programmes in operation. Data suggests that around 67% of people that complete Intensive Dayhab are still abstinent 9-12 months on completion.
Chemsex is dangerous. If you or a loved one are worried about chemsex and associated drug problems, read this article now – before it gets worse.
You don’t have to be an addict to have a problem. Read our latest article on prescription drug abuse and how you can help a loved one quit before it gets worse.
You can help it stop. Read eight symptoms of prescription drug abuse, understand what they mean and learn what to do next.
The historical case of Dr. Conrad Murray, and his relationship with Michael Jackson, highlights how easily a straightforward process can become confused in a way that most patients find hard to understand.In an ideal world one would like to think that getting a prescription from a doctor was a straightforward procedure. You go to the doctor with a complaint and he, or she, writes you out a prescription for medication that will make you better. You feel good because you have been heard. You have validation that you actually were ill and not just imagining it. The doctor feels satisfied that they have sent a patient away with the answer to their presenting ailment. The prescription, the currency of care, gets converted into pills, or ointments, and everyone is happy.