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Trazodone vs. Ambien: How are They Similar and How are They Different?

Trazodone and Ambien (zolpidem) are both prescription drugs that can be used to treat sleep disorders like insomnia. Trazodone is typically prescribed as an antidepressant...

How Does Alcohol Affect Your Kidneys?

We all know that drinking too much alcohol is bad for our health. But, this is especially true for alcohol and your kidneys. Having a...

Reflecting on Mental Health in 2020

World Mental Health Day, October 10th We all have the opportunity to help the world come together on World Mental Health Day. On this day...

Can Lithium Be Used for Alcohol Withdrawal?

Several medications may be used for people recovering from alcohol addiction. Lithium is a drug that has gotten attention. A study was conducted with 18...

Is Baclofen Addictive? What Is It Used For?

What is Baclofen? Baclofen is a medication prescribed to people that need pain relief from muscle spasms. Although it is still not exactly known how,...

Managing Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder During the Coronavirus Pandemic

People all over the entire globe are currently working through the effects of COVID-19. The coronavirus outbreak has impacted the lives of many individuals, causing...

Alcohol Consumption and The Coronavirus

Amid the current COVID-19 pandemic crisis, there has been one product leaving shelves more frequently than all the others, and we are not referring to...

Addiction Relapse During the Coronavirus Pandemic

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to unwind, the world has locked down, millions of people have been laid-off, and many have been constrained to stay...

Is Tele-Treatment for Addiction Covered By My Insurance?

Tele-treatment is a way for an individual with a substance use disorder to receive help through online communication. Tele-treatment is the most convenient way to...

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