How Do Opioids Affect the Brain

How Do Opioids Affect the Brain

  If you’re finding yourself in the throes of opioid misuse, you’re not alone. According to the American Society of Anesthesiologists, there are 2 million others who are in the same boat. At ReVIDA® Recovery, we want you to…
How long does Vicodin stay in your system

How Long Does Vicodin Stay in Your System

Vicodin® (hydrocodone) is an opioid that has a history of misuse because of the feelings of euphoria and well-being it incites. If you or someone you love is managing an addiction to opioids, it’s important to understand how long they…
Signs of Vicodin Addiction

Signs of Vicodin Addiction

Overdose deaths are still the #1 leading cause of injury-related deaths in America, and most of those deaths are caused by opioids like Vicodin® (hydrocodone). If you or someone you love is living with a Vicodin® (hydrocodone) addiction,…
Vicodin Overdose

Vicodin Overdose

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, overdose deaths involving opioids rose to over 80,000 in 2021. This number includes both illicit and prescription opioids. 100% of these deaths were preventable; opioid overdose…

Fentanyl Laced Pills

For over 50 years, fentanyl has been an effective medication used by doctors to treat patients. It helps in cases of severe pain, and patients benefit from using it. But somewhere along the way, fentanyl started being used and acquired illegally.…
Vicodin Withdrawals

Vicodin® Withdrawals

Vicodin®, a combination of hydrocodone and acetaminophen, is probably a medication that  you’ve heard of before. Around 70,000 people in Tennessee are managing an addiction to opioids like Vicodin®. In the U.S., overdose deaths caused…
Heroin Laced With Fentanyl

Heroin Laced With Fentanyl

In 2020, the United States lost 100,000 people to opioid-related overdose deaths. 60% of those deaths were caused by fentanyl, a synthetic opioid often created in at-home labs. The worst part? Many people who have died from fentanyl overdose…
Suboxone Disqualifying for DOT

Is Suboxone Disqualifying For DOT

The Department of Transportation isn’t exactly known for its simple hiring process. Anyone who wants to work for the DOT needs to become certified, acquire a special identification number, and receive a thorough physical examination. In…