Midwest Recovery Centers Blog
Perhaps the biggest misconception around fentanyl may just be how deadly it is when taken illicitly, an occurrence that is rapidly rising and one of the biggest contributors to the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Fortunately, thanks to neuroplasticity it is possible for the brain to recover from drug use. Here are five ways you can start repairing your brain after drug use.
Suddenly ceasing alcohol use can be dangerous and it is important a person understands why before deciding to take that path.
Despite the ongoing conversation around the drug, awareness about the prevalence of use and the drug’s impact on the user remain relatively low. Wondering how meth actually affects the user? Read on to find out.
If your friend or loved one is struggling with an addiction and you’re able to be included within their support system, there are a few things you should know about the detox process.
The longer a person continues to use heroin, the greater their risk of dying from the devastating effects heroin has on the body and brain.
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce has revealed its Top 10 Small Businesses for 2022. Midwest Recovery is proud to be honored for the second year.
If you struggle with alcohol use, have tried but been unable to quit drinking, or have a loved one with an alcohol problem, you have probably asked, “Why is it so difficult to stop such a destructive behavior?”
If you’ve been wondering if marijuana is dangerous and addictive, you’ve come to the right place. Read on as we explore the topic further.
While there’s no way to entirely avoid withdrawal symptoms for someone who has been a long-time marijuana user, there are some actions that can be taken to ease the discomfort that usually appears at the onset of a withdrawal.