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Opiate Withdrawal Timeline

By Crestview Recovery Crestview Recovery Published: December 15, 2020 Updated: March 31, 2021 In recent years, opiate addiction has become one of the largest growing concerns for people living in the United States. Opiate prescriptions are incredibly easy to come by, whether from a physician, co-worker, or even a neighbor. However, many people don’t realize…

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Opiate Recovery Timeline

By Crestview Recovery Crestview Recovery Published: October 5, 2020 Updated: January 19, 2021 Before entering treatment, many people want to know what an opiate recovery timeline looks like. While there are some ways to pinpoint a timeline, it’s important to remember that your addiction didn’t form overnight. Recovery is the same. It’s an ongoing process…

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Understanding the Opiate Overdose Timeline

By Crestview Recovery Crestview Recovery Published: April 18, 2020 Updated: April 23, 2020 Opiate addiction is a dangerous health problem that often ends in the same way for many people: overdose. The growing number of overdose deaths – and overdose injuries – make it critical to understand the opiate overdose timeline fully. Unfortunately, this element…

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3 Dangerous Heroin Side Effects

By Crestview Recovery Crestview Recovery Published: March 22, 2018 Updated: February 28, 2018 Heroin is a dangerous drug that affects the body in many ways. It’s impossible to cover all the dangerous heroin side effects because scientists continue to learn about new issues. However, it’s possible to discuss the top three dangerous side effects of…

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What Opioid Dependence Looks Like

By Crestview Recovery Crestview Recovery Published: October 12, 2017 Updated: May 31, 2018 Opioids are prescription medications that derive their effects from the opium poppy. Examples include OxyContin, Percocet, and Vicodin. Many believe that medications they receive from a doctor are safe. In reality, these drugs can result in opioid dependence. Nobody Plans to Develop…