When used according to a doctor's prescription, fentanyl can be a useful opiate to treat pain from an injury or post-surgery. Fentanyl works fast and eliminates an individual's perception of pain. But, many individuals abuse fentanyl because it provides an intense "high," which can be...

Drug addiction, also referred to as substance use disorder is a progressive disease. It often starts with a "one-time" experiment, simple recreational use, peer pressure, an occasional getaway, or even a painkiller prescription. After a while, it becomes impossible to resist the urge to use...

Alcoholic hepatitis is a medical condition that affects the liver. The condition causes inflammation, which destroys liver cells and may result in permanent damage. According to the American Liver Foundation, 35% of heavy drinkers develop alcoholic hepatitis. If not addressed timely, alcoholic hepatitis can lead to...

Alcoholics know that one drink is too much and a hundred is never enough. That fact alone is enough for many alcoholics to maintain their sobriety. Yet, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, nine out of 10 recovering alcoholics relapse at...

Over 20 million people suffer from a substance disorder in the United States. Addiction is a complex, chronic brain disease that develops over time, impacting every aspect of a person's quality of life. Addiction, also called substance use disorder, occurs in stages, from initial use...

In the United States, over 25 percent of people aged 18 or older admitted binge drinking or abusing alcohol. While drinking alcohol is a popular way to socialize, the abuse of alcohol can lead to addiction. According to the National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics,...

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism in the United States, more than 85 percent of people aged 18 and older drink alcohol. And more than 25 percent of these people report abusing alcohol or binge drinking. Alcoholism is a substance abuse...

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than 10 million Americans abuse opioids yearly. While this doesn't mean that they all suffer from an addiction to opioids, many find themselves unable to stop taking the drug due to its highly addictive...

Delirium tremens (DTs) is a form of withdrawal from alcohol and is often severe if left untreated. If someone who heavily depends on alcohol stops drinking suddenly, they may experience DTs symptoms for 2 to 3 days. The symptoms affect the person for a few...

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