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Feb 09

Understanding the Root Source of Heroin Addiction

The moment a person becomes an addiction to something, it becomes extremely difficult to change them! If that something is “heroin”, things reach a whole different level. It is quite interesting to note that a lot of people wonder how their heroin addiction began in the first place. What were the initial signs of addiction? […]

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Jan 09

What are Some of the Major Causes of Drug Addiction?

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Often times, people view drug addiction as a social problem and that the addict can simply wake up one day and stop using as long as he is willing. What many fail to understand is that drug addiction is a chronic and compulsive disorder that makes an individual rely on drugs to achieve a certain […]

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Jul 19

Unraveling Opioid Addiction

Heroin overdose has claimed 888 lives in Milwaukee since 2012

It wasn’t too long ago when addiction wasn’t taken seriously, even within the scientific community. For years, the inability to control one’s habits were reduced to nothing more than a lack of willpower. Now, more research is being conducted that leave scientists and doctors alike singing a new tune. They’re finding a common thread between […]

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May 11

Side Effects of Heroin

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Heroin is a highly addictive substance that causes quick dependence in users. Addiction to this drug is a severe medical disease that grows progressively worse with time and often leads to death or overdose. The best way to prevent this is to spot use early before dependency develops. Recognizing the risks involved in heroin use […]

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Oct 26

Finding and Understanding Treatment for Heroin Addiction

Heroin overdose has claimed 888 lives in Milwaukee since 2012

As one of the leading Waukesha Outpatient Centers, we often find ourselves torn between sympathizing with the predicament of our patients, and the professional duty that we have towards helping them. Most of the people we see are often desperate to change and live clean lives devoid of any substance use or abuse. Yet, few […]

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