Author: Matthew Steiner

Ibogaine Treatment as a Possible Alternative Solution for Addiction

Drugs and alcohol have become a growing point of concern for people all over the country. While this dialogue does draw attention to a problem of epidemic proportions, it has failed to provide the viable solutions to help treat those afflicted. Addiction is Spreading Addiction doesn’t discriminate. It can strike anyone from any walk of life at any time. Understanding this can help us to understand...

Suboxone Clinics Maryland – New Approach To Opiate Addiction

We are Proud to Open Our New Suboxone Clinic Finding a suboxone clinic in the Baltimore area can be difficult because some aren’t accepting new patients and others only take private health insurance. Our program welcomes new patients and people with any kind on insurance, even state Medicaid. We pride ourselves on offering effective treatment overseen by a licensed doctor and we will never fail to...

Is NAD Therapy The Missing Link in Addiction Treatment?

Drug and alcohol addiction create chemical changes in the human brain, producing fluctuations in brain synapses and interference in connections. When someone stops using drugs and alcohol, it starts the body going through detoxification or withdrawal. During cessation of drugs or alcohol, the human brain will start trying to heal itself and rid the body of the harmful chemicals of substance abuse....

NAD Therapy – What’s All The Fuss About?

  In the United States, substance abuse and addiction have reach epidemic proportions. Heroin, prescription painkillers, meth and alcohol abuse not only take a heavy toll on the person struggling with the addiction, but also on those who love them. Many people haven’t heard of IV NAD therapy, and while the treatment is relatively new, it’s been instrumental in helping spur many addicts onto t...

FDA to broaden access to medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction

CNN Original Article By Nadia Kounang,  Patients are warned not to break, chew, crush or dissolve extended-release tablets because the rush of oxycodone into the system could cause serious health problems, including overdose and death. (CNN) The Food and Drug Administration expects to roll out guidance on expanded access to opioid addiction therapy known as medication-assisted treatment, Health an...

What’s Next for Treatment-Resistant Chronic Pain

Understanding & Overcoming Neuropathic Pain   Chronic pain ranks as a significant public health problem, putting an emotional and financial burden on millions of people. One of the biggest challenges for medical practitioners as a whole is when pain is neuropathic in origin. In neuropathic pain, the nerve fibers themselves become damaged, dysfunctional, or injured. Neuropathic pain proves...

Dealing with Migraines and Other Forms of Chronic Pain

To say dealing with migraines and other types of chronic pain is challenging is an understatement. The challenges of chronic pain and migraines could be magnified by how you handle stressful situations. Stress is one of the leading causes of migraines and chronic pain causes more stress, which is a vicious cycle that can go on and on. What Are the Symptoms of a Migraine? A migraine headache can re...

Although the war is over, you’re still battling PTSD

Surviving PTSD: You Can Win the Battle Post-traumatic stress disorder is something that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, dangerous or life-threatening event, such as combat, a natural disaster, car accident, domestic violence, threats made against one’s life or sexual assault. It’s very normal to have upsetting memories of something traumatic or to lose sleep after having s...

Just Sad or Suffering with Clinical Depression?

Are You Clinically Depressed or Just Moody? Depression can range from serious to mild, temporary episodes of sadness and severe, unrelenting depression. Clinical depression is the most severe type of depression and it is also known as major depression or major depressive disorder. Clinical depression is not the same thing as being depressed over the death of a loved one, or a medical issue or thyr...

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