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Medications & Drug Types

Whether you or a loved one is immersed in the cycle of codependency on prescription medications or illicit drugs, the body and the brain process them in the same manner. No matter the medical protocol or recreational use gone out of control, the results are toxic and life-threatening.

Drugs are effective. They falsely deliver on what they promise, blocking our pain, and minimizing our symptoms. It’s what keeps us chained, broken, and lifeless.

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Breaking Free Is a Mindset, a Process, and a Science

Depending on the type of drug (including alcohol), the harmful effects of use can vary because of many factors. There is no one-size-fits-all in chemical dependency. The root causes and subsequent consequences will differ from person to person.

For example, long-term and consistent drinking compared to binge drinking will come with risks to mental and physical well-being. Sustained use of opioids (heroin and oxycodone) increase risks for respiratory illness and debilitating conditions, the longer in use … though addiction can occur after short-term use. As our world gets more challenging day-to-day, stress levels increase and even the most well-meaning healthcare practitioners who prescribe medications aren’t helping their patients in the long run. Others, who have acknowledged substance abuse or addiction and have sought treatment at traditional facilities find themselves here, searching for a way out of drug use to come clean and be whole.

There is an alternative to living on medication, because in reality it isn’t living. Being codependent on drugs is merely an existence. We know you deserve better than that. We are all meant to thrive, naturally. Learn more about drug dependence below.


Are You Addicted to Prescription Meds or Illicit Drugs?

More people are getting addicted to prescription drugs. From powerful opioid painkillers such as Hydrocodone and Percocet, to amphetamines such as Ritalin and Adderall, and sedatives such as Valium and Xanax, the numbers are climbing. Whether or not the prescription drug was initially prescribed by a doctor for a medical purpose or not, it can still pose a dangerous risk to our health when abused. Many prescription drugs are addictive and may eventually leave patients suffering from severe drug withdrawal symptoms or potential overdose, even if the original intent was medicinal and not recreational.


Medical Disclaimer:
Nothing on this Website is intended to be taken as medical advice. The information provided on the website is intended to encourage, not replace, direct patient-health professional relationships. Always consult with your doctor before altering your medications. Adding nutritional supplements may alter the effect of medication. Any medication changes should be done only after proper evaluation and under medical supervision.

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