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Oxycodone vs. Hydrocodone: What’s the Difference?

The similarities between oxycodone and hydrocodone outweigh the differences, but there are a few distinctions between the two. Both drugs are prescription opioids used in pain management. They’re also both main players in the opioid epidemic and fall under the Schedule II drug designation of controlled substances by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). However, …

Foods That Curb Alcohol Cravings

Cravings are a normal part of recovery from alcohol addiction. They happen for a couple of reasons. With regular substance abuse, your brain develops strong associations with places, feelings, situations, and people tied to your drinking. Research shows these associations are so strong that just encountering them is almost like having drugs or alcohol in …

Vogue Recovery Center COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

COVID-19 Update Vogue Recovery Center’s immediate concern is to keep patients and staff safe from the spread of the CoronaVirus (COVID-19). Our staff has been educated on the signs and symptoms of the virus to ensure thorough monitoring and has been instructed to report anyone thought to be infected to. medical personnel. Vogue Recovery Center …

Naloxone, Naltrexone, and Buprenorphine: What are They and Which is Right For You?

The recent opioid crisis in America has led to lots of attention on more effective forms of treatment for addiction. The recent rise in popularity of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone has been among the most talked-about forms of treatment for opioid addiction. However, what’s the difference between these medications and how …

Self-motivation in the Face of Recovery from Addiction

After getting clean, the recovering addict faces must maintain their sobriety and not succumb to the temptations of old habits. A good support network of people who understand and wish to fight for the recovering addict’s sobriety is vital. However, the most important component is the recovering addict’s self-motivation to remain sober. These pointers for …