Treatment

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Overview Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) is a spectrum of clinical manifestations seen in neonates due to withdrawal from intrauterine drug exposure. It is more commonly associated with maternal opioid use. The incidence of NAS has increased fivefold in the past decade, increasing hospital expenses. There… Read More »Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Harmful Effects Of Dabbing

What is Dabbing? Dabbing is the process[1] of using a form of the drug called a “dab,” which is a small amount of cannabis extract (primarily butane hash oil). Dabbing can be more dangerous than other forms of cannabis use, which makes this growing trend… Read More »Harmful Effects Of Dabbing

Crystal Meth Addiction

What Is Crystal Meth? Crystal meth (also known as “crystal,” “ice,” “glass,” and “tina”) is a common form of methamphetamine, a highly addictive stimulant that affects the brain and the central nervous system. As with the powdered form, users of crystal meth are drawn to… Read More »Crystal Meth Addiction

Tamarac Team

Your recovery success is our mission. Get your life and future back!  While we make our best efforts to keep our Tamarac treatment team’s page updated, please know staffing at each facility is subject to change. We Level Up team members may include executive or senior management… Read More »Tamarac Team

Addiction Treatment Massage

Definition of Massage Therapy Massage therapy helps individuals suffering from addiction to find alternative ways to relieve stress. Not only is massage therapy a popular form of relief, but it also strengthens the immune system and elevates one’s overall sense of well-being. During recovery, stress-related… Read More »Addiction Treatment Massage

Yoga For Addiction Recovery

About Yoga for Addiction Recovery The combination of yoga for addiction recovery has become very popular as the rise of the opioid epidemic has taken control of our nation. There are many physical and mental benefits of yoga for addiction recovery as well as social… Read More »Yoga For Addiction Recovery