Barbiturates, sometimes referred to as “barbs,” are a depressant sedative drug. They’ve been used for over a hundred years by physicians for a number of conditions, and there are thousands of variants of the drug. Currently, clinicians use about a dozen types of barbiturates. Barbiturates treat sleep disorders and manage anxiety, and some patients experience […]
From time to time I will get a call to do an Intervention that is only with a single family member. In other words, the Alcoholic/Addict only has one person who is trying to help them. This may be because they don’t have anyone left that wants to be involved. Perhaps they have burned all […]
Many American families struggle with someone they love who is addicted to Klonopin. Klonopin treats seizure, anxiety and other conditions. It is highly addictive because it’s fast-acting, so those struggling with substance use issues frequently seek Klonopin out. They may feel relaxed and euphoric upon use, or they could be using the drug as a […]
Klonopin detox can be a lengthy process that requires professional medical attention. The drug is a benzodiazepine that affects chemicals in the brain. It is a strong prescription medication. Klonopin treats patients with seizure disorders and those who struggle with severe anxiety and panic. The drug causes its users to experience drowsiness, weakness, headaches, slurred […]
Ativan, also known as Lorazepam, is a popular tranquilizer medication. It’s part of a series of drug sedatives called benzodiazepines, commonly referred to as benzos. Other similar drugs are Klonopin, Xanax, and Valium. Doctors often use the drugs to help people who struggle with anxiety, trauma, or some other condition that requires drug-induced calming. It […]
Many people’s lives have been destroyed in the wake of Percocet addiction. News outlets this year have given a lot of coverage to the opioid epidemic in the United States. Thousands of people die each year from opioid overdoses, and many more have their lives ruined by the drug. The addiction becomes so overwhelming that […]
I was invited to Roanoke by the sister of an addict with the hopes of making some headway on the recovery side.