Here are real tools & real solutions to this complex, rampant issue.
This is what life may look like with an undiagnosed/untreated opioid addiction.
Understand the root of addiction and the specific effects that opiates have on the brain.
Recognize the slang terms that those addicted to opioids use so that you can spot the problem.
80% of all heroin users start with a prescription opiate—but there are additional factors that elevate the risk of developing this type of addiction.
There is a bias against those who fall prey to addictions—especially opioid addiction. But according to Dr. Dom, it’s the neuroscience of opioid use, not the addict themselves, that is at fault.
There is a set of criteria that clinicians use to diagnose any substance use disorder. Learn them here.
Here are the red flags of opioid use you should look out for & how to address them with your loved one.
These are the steps to take in the aftermath of an opioid overdose.
It’s critical to remember that opioid addiction is both treatable and preventable. Here's what you need to know.
Long-term opioid abuse can cause physiological sensitivity in recovered users. Here's how to navigate it in the long-term.