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Helping Those with Opioid Use Disorder

Those wrestling with opioid use disorder during this pandemic have compounded challenges. There are scores of scholarly papers addressing treatments and suppressed immunity, and toxicological consequences, but what we really care about is helping concerned loved ones, friends, and family on how to identify symptoms and treating those with the condition.

Common Signs of Opioid Addiction from Johns Hopkins

  • The inability to control opioid use

  • Uncontrollable cravings

  • Drowsiness

  • Changes in sleep habits

  • Weight loss

  • Frequent flu-like symptoms

  • Decreased libido

  • Lack of hygiene

  • Changes in exercise habits

  • Isolation from family or friends

  • Stealing from family, friends or businesses

  • New financial difficulties

More about what to look for.

How We Help

As integrative practitioners with extensive experience in this area, we employ a compassionate and tailored approach to healing. There is no one size fits all path, but treatment may include:

  • Buprenorphine (Suboxone)

  • Medical cannabis

  • IV therapies to remove drug toxicities, boost immune support and correct vitamin/mineral deficiencies.

Please make the first move and contact us.

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