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Healthy Living

Do You Believe These Happiness Myths?

Is your idea of happiness unobtainable? Is there a real understanding of what happiness is or what looks like? There are a few myths out there that can actually keep us from being happy. Being happy is possible. Real happiness is much more than a

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How Long Does Oxycodone Stay in Your System? | Just Believe Detox
Abused Substances

How Long Does Oxycodone Stay in Your System?

The presence of oxycodone can be detected in a person’s system for 24 hours via a blood test, 3-4 days using a urine analysis, between 1-4 days using a saliva screen, and up to three months by testing hair follicles. The half-life of oxycodone, which

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How Long Does Morphine Stay in Your System? | Just Believe Detox
Abused Substances

How Long Does Morphine Stay in Your System?

Morphine is a relatively fast-acting opiate drug, with effects that can last for 4-6 hours. Morphine is cleared from the blood in about 15 hours, but some drug screens can identify the presence of morphine for a longer period. Morphine can also be detected in

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How Long Does Percocet Stay in Your System? | Just Believe Detox
Abused Substances

How Long Does Percocet Stay in Your System?

Percocet’s half-life is about 3.5 hours, which means this is the amount of time needed for half a dose of the drug to be purged from a person’s system. It takes an average of about 19 hours to eliminate Percocet from the system completely. This

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How Long Does Ecstasy Stay in Your System? | Just Believe Detox
Abused Substances

How Long Does Ecstasy Stay in Your System?

Ecstasy or Molly (MDMA) is a synthetic drug that has both stimulating and hallucinogenic effects, which typically lasts from 3-6 hours with a half-life of around seven hours. “Half-life” is a term that refers to the time it takes for half of a dose of

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Feeling Empty And Alone | Just Believe Detox
Addiction

Check the Lost and Found

Living with an addiction is not an easy feat. People wrapped up in a drug or alcohol addiction are not usually living amazing or fulfilling lives. Addiction is lonely, dangerous, and all-consuming. Given time, addiction will take over your life. This type of life can

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How Long Does Adderall Stay in Your System? | Just Believe Detox
Abused Substances

How Long Does Adderall Stay in Your System?

Adderall can be identified in the blood up to 46 hours after use. It has a half-life of around 9-14 hours, meaning that after this time, only about half of the dose of the drug will remain in a person’s system. Adderall should be cleared

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How Long Does Norco Stay in Your System? | Just Believe
Prescription Drug Addiction

How Long Does Norco Stay in Your System?

How Long Does Norco Stay in Your System? – Norco is a prescription painkiller that can be detected in a person’s urine for up to four days and in the blood for about 24 hours after the last dose is ingested. Norco Facts and Regulations

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What Is Nodding and Is It a Sign of Heroin Addiction | Just Believe Detox Center
Abused Substances

What Is Nodding On Heroin?

Nodding is exactly what it sounds like. Once heroin takes effect, a person may go in and out of consciousness in a manner that seems much like sleeping. Drug abuse causes many changes in a person’s behavior, and nodding is one side effect of using

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Meth and Xanax: A Dangerous Combination | Just Believe Detox Center
Abused Substances

Meth and Xanax: A Dangerous Combination

Methamphetamine is a powerful and illicit stimulant that invokes increased energy and feelings of euphoria. Xanax is a benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety and insomnia – a central nervous system (CNS) depressant. Combining Meth and Xanax is dangerous (and sometimes deadly) because one drug works

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