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The Many Harmful Health Risks of Drug Use

Everyone knows the saying “drugs kill,” and while true, they also do a lot of damage on the way there. The health risks of drug use are immense, affecting everything in your body, from your memory to your skin, heart, and teeth. At GateHouse Treatment, we’ve seen every type of addiction and its consequences. While

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Methadone Addiction: Are You Aware of the Dangers?

Methadone Addiction: Are You Aware of the Dangers?

Methadone addiction is real and more of a danger of being abused than what one would consider.  Methadone is a long-acting synthetic opioid medication most often used to treat addictions to other opioids, such as heroin. Methadone has been used to treat moderate to severe long-term chronic pain since the early 2000s. While the medication

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Meth Addiction Making a Comeback

Meth Addiction is Back Since 1999, over 770,000 Americans have died from drug overdoses. The increase in deaths per year is staggering. In 1999, overdoses were responsible for 16,849 deaths. In 2017, the number skyrocketed to 70,237. Although the OD crisis is still dominated by opioids like heroin and synthetic prescription drugs like Oxycodone (OxyContin),

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10 Signs and Symptoms Your Loved One Is Addicted to Meth

How to Deal with Someone Addicted to Meth Most people are familiar with “crystal meth face,” as it’s called, which is only an external sign that someone is addicted to meth. The “Faces of Meth” campaign that became a national phenomenon is a perfect example of how meth addiction ravages a person. What is Meth?

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Meth: The Forgotten Crisis

“It was the hardest boyfriend I ever had to break up with [referring to crystal methamphetamines]” ― Fergie The opioid crisis has now become headline news. It’s talked about from kitchen tables to all the way up to the desk of the President of the United States. There is another monster lurking in the shadows.

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