A lot of people hold off on asking their loved ones to get help because they believe the myth that someone has to hit “rock bottom" in order to be willing to get help. While for some people this may be true, it is not necessarily true for everyone.
Every day families across the country struggle as they watch their loved ones battle with addiction. For many, it is easy to lose hope because it seems like the person they love so much does not want to change. It is a hard thing to watch someone that you care about slowly destroy their life.
On Friday, November 2nd the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the new pharmaceutical drug Dsuvia which is an extremely high strength opioid. The potent painkiller is 500-1000 times more powerful than Morphine and ten times stronger than one of the strongest opioids fentanyl.
According to the American Cancer Society heavy alcohol use has been linked to multiple types of health concerns. Perhaps the most alarming of these health concerns is cancer.