As most of us realize by now, addiction, being a brain disorder of re-wired neural connections which predispose to “addictive behavior”, is a mental health issue. As a mental health disorder/issue, it is interwoven with our underlying mental state or health whether or not we have (or think we don’t have) other documented mental healthContinue reading “Mental Health and Addictions”
by CHET DAY As fears of COVID-19 sweep across the United States, many people have been forced to stay home and isolate for months. Away from jobs, friends and many loved ones, this quarantine has proven mentally challenging for everyone. And for those […] As coronavirus rages on, the opioid epidemic does too — CHET DAY
Good News: The Federal Government Just Made It a Whole Lot Easier to Access Opioid Addiction Treatment Good News: The Federal Government Just Made it A Whole Lot Easier to Access Opioid Addiction Treatment — Les Vraies Infos
What It’s Like to Be on Methadone During a Pandemic #Addiction https://t.co/nG8s2QrZ5y — New Horizon (@RehabNewHorizon) April 22, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Source: @RehabNewHorizon April 22, 2020 at 12:46AM More information New Horizon Drug Rehab What It’s Like to Be on Methadone During a Pandemic https://t.co/nG8s2QrZ5y — New Horizon Drug Rehab
With COVID-19, Life Got Even More Dangerous for People Addicted to Opioids COVID-19: Life Got Even More Dangerous for People Addicted to Opioids – Rolling Stone — Ramblings of an Occupy Liberal
The stages of medication-assisted treatment of opioid use disorder/addiction
Why is it so difficult to quit opioid abuse/addiction?
Here’s a scientific explanation.
My perspective: It’s impossible to minimize the disruptiveness and pandemonium created by an event such as a global pandemic but the impact of any disaster, natural or man-made on one’s sobriety and recovery is pretty much similar. Potentially, it’s an existential threat (no sobriety, no life) that one must (at least in part or toContinue reading “MMT in the Pandemic Era”
reSET and reSET-O are the first ever FDA-authorized prescription digital therapeutics (PDTs) for Substance use disorder (SUD) and Opioid use disorder (OUD) ReSET and reSET O are the first, and only, FDA-authorized Prescription Digital Treatments (PDTs). PDTs, are software-based (digital) disease treatments, such as a smartphone or computer app. PDTs are designed to directly treatContinue reading “Prescription Digital Therapy for Opioid Use Disorder”