Doctors Can Help Overcome Opioid Dependency but Patients Are Unaware, Studies Show
We are living in unprecedented times when it comes to addiction treatment. There are not only facilities and organizations that offer help for issues like opioid dependency, but now your primary care physician can prescribe medicine to treat the problem. So, why aren’t more people contacting their local doctors for...
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Teens Prolonging Opioid Use Before and After Surgery, Study Shows
Why are so many youths getting prescription opioids too far in advance of surgeries and months afterward? According to a recent study, these frequent trips to the pharmacy aren’t associated with pain. The research shows that these teens are getting opioid prescriptions filled three to six months after their surgeries,...
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Cannabis Misuse on the Rise Among Older Adults, Study Shows
You may not think of your grandparents or their friends when it comes to marijuana use. Yet, the trends may be going in the wrong direction, a recent study shows. It isn’t such a small corner of the population, either. According to the data, there has been a noticeable increase...
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Mind Over Matter: Using Mindfulness to Curb Opioid Cravings
In a randomized trial, recent studies showed that individuals experiencing opioid use disorder benefited from mindfulness techniques. Mindfulness has gained attention and popularity in recent years due to the positive impact it has shown to have on stress, tension, and thought patterns. Using mindfulness, individuals can reframe their thinking. Researchers...
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