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Identifying a Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl is a highly addictive, synthetic drug. Doctors often prescribe these medications to people in acute pain situations where they are resistant to traditional opioids. These painkillers are nearly 100 times more potent than morphine, requiring just a small amount of the substance to offer most people relief. Therefore, identifying a fentanyl addiction is of…

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Inpatient vs. Outpatient Treatment

Inpatient and outpatient care services are common staples at rehab centers. However, many people don’t know the key differences between these two programs or which one is right for them. Before going to rehab, it’s important to know the features of inpatient vs. outpatient treatment as well as options such as an intensive outpatient rehab…

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Identifying Bad Habits That Lead to Addiction

Unhealthy habits, if left unchecked, can quickly lead to addiction. However, identifying the bad habits that lead to addiction and replacing them with positive lifestyle changes will bring lasting happiness and fulfillment. If you or a loved one is struggling with a substance use disorder, San Antonio Recovery Center’s cognitive-behavioral therapy program can help you…

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Long-Term Effects of Prescription Drug Abuse

With an estimated 18 million people misusing prescription drugs, it’s important to gain a better understanding of the potential long-term consequences. Prescription drug addiction is on the rise. The more information that is available about this kind of drug use, the better informed the public can be. And, the more they know, the more likely…

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Adderall Abuse in College Students

College and Adderall unfortunately have a closer connection than some people realize. Is your child at risk for Adderall addiction while in college? Let’s take a closer look. Do you need to know more about a substance abuse treatment program? Call us today at 866.957.7885. The Facts About Adderall Abuse in College Students Adderall is…