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Rehabilitation is an opportunity to distance yourself from the people, places and ways of thinking that contribute to your drug or alcohol use. Because of this, we prohibit patients from bringing certain items to The Recovery Village Ridgefield, to help them focus on recovery.
Now that you’ve decided to begin treatment at The Recovery Village Palmer Lake, it’s time to prepare for your stay. Knowing what to bring, what to leave behind and how to reach our Palmer Lake facility sets the stage for your successful recovery.
Kava, also called kava-kava is a substance that comes from a root native to the South Pacific region. It’s been used by native islanders for centuries as a medicinal treatment and also as part of their religious ceremonies.
Cannabidiol is also called CBD, so these two are the same thing, and they are a compound derived from cannabis that is said to have medical and therapeutic benefits.
Warning signs and symptoms that indicate the use and abuse of Opiates including observable behavioral and physical symptoms.
In addition to negative side effects like nausea and drowsiness, combining alcohol and prescription drugs can be extremely dangerous and even life threatening.
Both substances are drugs that can seriously impair or alter your mental state, so the utmost care and caution should be taken when using codeine & alcohol
Taken together, especially intravenously, Suboxone and alcohol intensify each other’s effects and wreak havoc on your respiratory system and mental state.
When you mix Subutex and alcohol you risk respiratory distress, coma and even death. It is, therefore, unsafe for anyone to take alcohol and Subutex together.
Because Adderall is a stimulant and alcohol is a depressant, the two essentially compete for control in the body resulting in negative side effects.