Oxycodone addiction

How to Avoid Oxycodone Addiction (50% All Users Become Dependent)

Want to break free of Oxycodone addiction?

Oxycodone is a type of opioid pain medication that mimics drugs, such as heroin and morphine. Oxycodone is a controlled substance that is effective at relieving pain, but highly addictive. In fact, the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) states that approximately 50 percent of all individuals who take Oxycodone for a consecutive period of three months will still be taking it five years later.

For individuals trying to free themselves from the grip of this medication, this is quite a grim outlook. However, you don’t have to be a statistic.

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relapse

Ending the Cycle of Chronic Relapse

Relapse is something all of us think about when we enter addiction treatment for drug or alcohol use. It’s a common problem among those who have decided to stop using. In fact, NIDA, or the National Institute on Drug Abuse, reports that as many as 60 percent of people who have been through addiction treatment will relapse.
Why?
Who’s to blame?
What can we do to lower these numbers?

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