It’s Rehabilitation Stupid! Not Incarceration!

Protecting the integrity of information is particularly critical for anti-fraud. Other legislation would call for electronic prescriptions for opioids to lessen prescription fraud. The testimony of the prescribing physician may also be very beneficial.  While unscrupulous people commit these heinous acts strictly for profit, most are innocent recipients of Chronic Pain, or Anxiety and Panic... Continue Reading →

Benzos, Opioids and Z-Drugs: Deadly Combos

With all the news media accounts and reports from governmental health organizations about the opioid epidemic, including the 70,237 drug overdose deaths in 2017, a newly emerging threat is gaining attention: use and misuse of benzodiazepines, opioid drugs and Z-drugs. Specifically, combining these three drugs can create a deadly combination that snuffs out lives. Benzodiazepine Overdose Deaths... Continue Reading →

Untold Secrets Revealed about Prescription Fraud

The Argument About Prescription Fraud Protecting the integrity of information is particularly critical for anti-fraud. Other legislation would call for electronic prescriptions for opioids to lessen prescription fraud. The testimony of the prescribing physician may also be very beneficial.  Prescription fraud is quite a complex healthcare crime. Your dependence shouldn’t be an addiction. The pain... Continue Reading →

How to Properly taper off Benzodiazepines

It soon became clear that each person's experience of withdrawal is unique. Although there are many features in common, every individual has his/her own personal pattern of withdrawal symptoms. These differ in type, quality, severity, time-course, duration, and many other features. Such variety is not surprising since the course of withdrawal depends on many factors:... Continue Reading →

My Doctor Prescribes it, I can’t be an Addict

The newest revision of the diagnostic manual for mental disorders (the DSM-5) has updated the criteria commonly used to diagnose either an alcohol disorder (commonly referred to as alcoholism) or a substance use disorder. According to the DSM-5, a “substance use disorder describes a problematic pattern of using alcohol or another substance that results in... Continue Reading →

Six Untold Secrets of Benzodiazepine Protracted Withdrawal Syndrome

It cannot be too strongly stressed that withdrawal symptoms can be minimized and largely avoided by slow tapering, tailored to the individual's needs. However, some long-term benzodiazepine users begin to experience "withdrawal" symptoms even though they continue taking the drug. This is due to the development of drug tolerance which sometimes leads doctors to increase... Continue Reading →

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