Prescription drugs are medications prescribed by a doctor for treating illness or injury. But for some, those prescribed medications can pose a serious threat in the form of addiction. If you suspect you or your loved one is abusing prescription drugs, it’s important to seek help right away, as long-term abuse can lead to overdose,…

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With over 38 years of experience treating addiction in our patients, Talbott Recovery understands the pain, sorrow and confusion that can accompany substance abuse. Our caring team of counselors, physicians, social workers and support staff is here to help you or your loved one begin the road to recovery and experience a life that isn’t…

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Effects of Acetaminophen and Tylenol 3 Tylenol, also known under the generic name acetaminophen, belongs to two classes of drugs: analgesics (pain relievers) and antipyretics (fever reducers). Acetaminophen works by raising the pain threshold a person feels – meaning it harder for a person to feel pain. It can also reduce fever by telling the…

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Current members of the military and veterans experience stressful situations and circumstances that can change their lives forever. They may experience extended deployments when they are away from loved ones, stressful combat situations, life-altering physical injuries, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Some military members and veterans may turn to alcohol or drugs to deal…

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These articles of interest were written by Talbott Recovery Clinical Staff Members and each was originally published in an issue of the monthly Talbott E-Newsletter. How Grace Saves Us – Ben Wilson How to Clear Away the Wreckage of the Past & Move Into a Healthier Way of Life – Ben Wilson Humility – Ben Wilson…

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If someone you love is suffering from the disease of alcoholism, there are a variety of treatment options available. You, other family and friends should together make the decision of which is right. While the first step to overcoming addiction is to admit it, that can oftentimes be the most difficult part. There is no…

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Certain conditions require prescription anti-depressants and other treatments to remain healthy. Many individuals in our recovery programs have other chronic illnesses or mental health issues requiring medication, such as: Depression Bipolar disorder Diabetes Hypertension The Talbott Recovery Medication Guide for a Safe Recovery is a comprehensive addiction recovery guide that will help you sustain a…

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Below are several excellent resources on subjects pertaining to addiction treatment and support. While Talbott Recovery does not advise those struggling with substance abuse issues to deal with their struggles alone, the following addiction support books are important resources that have helped countless men and women to understand the dynamics and patterns involved in addiction…

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Below are organizations that can provide information on substance abuse and recovery strategies. Other addiction recovery program resources are also included, such as professional and government organizations and scientific information about addictive diseases. If you think another organization should be added, please let us know. 12 Step Programs Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) http://www.aa.org – homepage Cocaine Anonymous…

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