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Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours with Las Vegas Rapid Detoxs Groundbreaking Rapid Opiate Detox Program

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 21, 2014

Prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction has become an epidemic in the United States. Nowadays, it seems that every time a patient goes to the doctor, they are prescribed more and more pain killers to mask pain rather than treat it. This has left many patients in a vicious circle of opiate addiction that is very difficult to kick due to painful withdrawal symptoms. Now, thanks to Las Vegas Rapid Detox and their groundbreaking eight-hour rapid opiate detox procedure, patients can be free from opiate addiction without suffering any withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

The rapid detox procedure is performed at a hospital under the watchful eye of a licensed doctor and compresses many days and weeks of detox into eight short hours.

The rapid detox procedure can be used for most forms of opiate addiction including Oxycontin, Heroin, Lortab, Hydrocodone, Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, Morphine, Fentanyl, Dialudid, Darvon, Demerol, Codeine, Norco, Oxycodone, Percodan, Percocet, Roxicodone, Suboxone, Tramadol, Vicodin, Tylenol 3 and Tylenol 4, and many other opiate drugs.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Las Vegas Rapid Detox please contact them at (800) 276-7021 or online at http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com.







Buprenorphine Discount Cards From MedicationDiscountCard.com Help Addicts Prevent Drug Overdoses


New York, NY (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Opioid addiction is characterized as an inability to stop using opiates like oxycodone, heroin, morphine, or hydrocodone. This type of addiction is devastating and deadly. The CDC reports that each day, over 100 people in the U.S. die from a prescription drug overdose—either when taking more than the recommended dosage, or when people take pills that were not prescribed for them. (http://www.cdc.gov/homeandrecreationalsafety/rxbrief/) Addiction is a complex problem that can be very expensive to treat properly. That’s one of the reasons Medication Discount Card, LLC, offers savings of up to 75% on drugs like Naltrexone, Clonidine, and Buprenorphine—drugs that help patients end opioid addiction.

While it’s true that 12-step programs can be helpful to many people suffering with addiction, opiates are particularly difficult to quit. Many patients begin taking these drugs for legitimate pain from an injury or accident. Over time, though, an increasing physical tolerance may lead to higher dosages, and then physical cravings may develop. Using cessation-focused drugs like Buprenorphine and Clonidine in conjunction with a 12-step program has been shown to be more successful than either drugs or 12-step programs alone. MedicationDiscountCard.com can make Buprenorphine and other opiate-cessation drugs affordable for families dealing with the heartbreak of addiction. Savings of 75% or more can mean the difference between fully treating addiction and so-called “white knuckle sobriety.”

Medication discount cards are available at no cost from the company’s website. Patients can print the card on a home printer or request a card to be mailed to their home at no charge. The card can be used without limit at any of thousands of participating chain and local pharmacies, including Cub, Walgreens, K-mart, Winn Dixie, Publix, Rite-Aid, CVS, and many more. Because the card is free, no credit card information is needed. There is no medical exam required to obtain these medication discount cards. Medication Discount Card, LLC, has helped thousands of families to obtain affordable prescription medication, and is standing by to help thousands more.







Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours at Las Vegas Rapid Detox


Las Vegas (PRWEB) June 21, 2014

Opiate addiction is something that millions of Americans struggle with every day. Now thanks to Las Vegas Detox Clinic’s groundbreaking new procedure, patients can kick their opiate addiction and go through rapid opiate detox without any significant withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

Battling opiate detox symptoms is the main reason opiate addicts continue using. However, at Las Vegas Rapid Detox patients can rest assured that they will be able to detox from opiates without any of the painful withdrawal symptoms in just eight hours.

The procedure was developed by Dr. Thomas Yee and so far successfully treated more than 500 patients for opiate addiction without any complications. Patients go through the 8-hour detox treatment under anesthesia at an accredited and certified hospital or surgery center operating room. The procedure is performed by an M.D. anesthesiologist that is certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology.

The rapid detox proceduere has been used to treat all forms of opiate addiction including heroin, oxycontin, hydrocodone, oxycodone, methadone, Suboxone, and Subutex.

Dr. Yee’s revolutionary rapid opiate detox procedure basically compresses two weeks of cold-turkey quitting into 8 hours. Patients do not feel the intense accelerated withdrawal, the most difficult part of opiate detox, because they are under general anesthesia. Following the rapid detox procedure, patients feel no physical withdrawal, and are treated with 48 hours of continuous, one-on-one, nursing care before they are discharged and sent home to start a new life free from opiate addiction.

To prevent any relapses, patients are required to take opiate blockers for up to a year and undergo one-on-one physical counceling to treat the underlying psychological aspects of addiction.

More information on Las Vegas Rapid Detox Clinics groundbreaking rapid opiate detox procedure is available online at saferapiddetox.com or http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com. They can be contacted by telephone at (800) 276-7021.







4 Success Strategies for Veterans Making the Military to Civilian Transition from Career Key


Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) October 31, 2014

In honor of Veterans Day on November 11, career guidance leader Career Key, http://www.careerkey.org, recommends four strategies to help veterans make a successful military to civilian transition. Leading to more confident career and education decisions, these strategies are based on the best practices and science of career counseling.

In career change, doing a little self-examination has big benefits, especially when veterans take a closer look at (1) their readiness for change, (2) their resources for making a good transition, (3) career options that are a close personality-career match, and (4) using a practical 4-step decision making process.

1. Evaluate readiness to make a career decision

The likelihood of a successful job search and career change increases if a veteran is “ready” or in a good position to take action. Readiness depends on many factors, like the ability to make a decision. It also depends on how complicated one’s life is; are there significant family or financial pressures? Sometimes getting support in resolving a family issue frees up time and emotional energy to work on making a career change.

A short, affordable way to evaluate one’s readiness is to take Career Key’s Career Decision Profile assessment. It helps people identify and consider their barriers and readiness to make decisions.

2. Get more structure with the 4 S’s of Transition: Situation, Self, Supports, and Strategies

Nancy Schlossberg developed an excellent “4 S Transition Model” that gives a practical framework for managing a transition. Although ideally used with a professional career counselor, individuals can get an overview in the above SlideShare presentation and on the Internet. The Model gives needed structure to the whole transition process, helping veterans identify and become aware of the sources of help they have and gaps they need to fill.

3. Explore and narrow career options to personality-career matches using Holland’s Theory

Learning how to apply “person-environment fit” in Holland’s Theory of Career Choice to exploring career options make the process more practical and relevant to veterans. While it helps to look at crosswalks of military occupations to civilian equivalents, a better place to start is by identifying one’s strongest Holland personality types using a valid Holland assessment like The Career Key test.

Veterans can then narrow their exploration to occupations that match their personality, that have work environments more likely to lead to job satisfaction and success. As a result, military to civilian career crosswalks become more relevant and useful. Career exploration is not just about identifying the jobs a veteran can do (crosswalk civilian equivalents). Even more helpful to long term success is identifying jobs that fit a veteran’s personality best.

Veterans should also match their strongest personality types to college majors and training programs if they choose to go back to college or get additional training.

4. Use the 4 step ACIP decision making model

Making a good career decision that won’t be a source of regret begins with following a four step process called ACIP. The four steps are:

1. Alternatives – identifying options

2. Consequences – listing the pros and cons and using the free download Decision Balance Sheet

3. Information – actively searching for additional information to uncover potential negative information (reality testing), and

4. Plans – taking action and handling negative consequences as they occur.

Short videos and articles at The Career Key website explain the ACIP model using real-life examples, along with a free downloadable Decision Balance Sheet to fill out for each option being considered.

About the Career Key

Since 1997, Career Key has been the #1 Internet source for helping people choose careers and college majors. Advertising and registration-free, it offers valid career tests and career and education advice articles based on the best practices and science in the field. Career Key’s author is nationally recognized counseling psychologist, Dr. Lawrence K. Jones, NCC, Professor Emeritus at N.C. State University.







Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours with Las Vegas Rapid Detoxs Groundbreaking Rapid Opiate Detox Program

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 21, 2014

Prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction has become an epidemic in the United States. Nowadays, it seems that every time a patient goes to the doctor, they are prescribed more and more pain killers to mask pain rather than treat it. This has left many patients in a vicious circle of opiate addiction that is very difficult to kick due to painful withdrawal symptoms. Now, thanks to Las Vegas Rapid Detox and their groundbreaking eight-hour rapid opiate detox procedure, patients can be free from opiate addiction without suffering any withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

The rapid detox procedure is performed at a hospital under the watchful eye of a licensed doctor and compresses many days and weeks of detox into eight short hours.

The rapid detox procedure can be used for most forms of opiate addiction including Oxycontin, Heroin, Lortab, Hydrocodone, Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, Morphine, Fentanyl, Dialudid, Darvon, Demerol, Codeine, Norco, Oxycodone, Percodan, Percocet, Roxicodone, Suboxone, Tramadol, Vicodin, Tylenol 3 and Tylenol 4, and many other opiate drugs.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Las Vegas Rapid Detox please contact them at (800) 276-7021 or online at http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com.







Buprenorphine Discount Cards From MedicationDiscountCard.com Help Addicts Prevent Drug Overdoses


New York, NY (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Opioid addiction is characterized as an inability to stop using opiates like oxycodone, heroin, morphine, or hydrocodone. This type of addiction is devastating and deadly. The CDC reports that each day, over 100 people in the U.S. die from a prescription drug overdose—either when taking more than the recommended dosage, or when people take pills that were not prescribed for them. (http://www.cdc.gov/homeandrecreationalsafety/rxbrief/) Addiction is a complex problem that can be very expensive to treat properly. That’s one of the reasons Medication Discount Card, LLC, offers savings of up to 75% on drugs like Naltrexone, Clonidine, and Buprenorphine—drugs that help patients end opioid addiction.

While it’s true that 12-step programs can be helpful to many people suffering with addiction, opiates are particularly difficult to quit. Many patients begin taking these drugs for legitimate pain from an injury or accident. Over time, though, an increasing physical tolerance may lead to higher dosages, and then physical cravings may develop. Using cessation-focused drugs like Buprenorphine and Clonidine in conjunction with a 12-step program has been shown to be more successful than either drugs or 12-step programs alone. MedicationDiscountCard.com can make Buprenorphine and other opiate-cessation drugs affordable for families dealing with the heartbreak of addiction. Savings of 75% or more can mean the difference between fully treating addiction and so-called “white knuckle sobriety.”

Medication discount cards are available at no cost from the company’s website. Patients can print the card on a home printer or request a card to be mailed to their home at no charge. The card can be used without limit at any of thousands of participating chain and local pharmacies, including Cub, Walgreens, K-mart, Winn Dixie, Publix, Rite-Aid, CVS, and many more. Because the card is free, no credit card information is needed. There is no medical exam required to obtain these medication discount cards. Medication Discount Card, LLC, has helped thousands of families to obtain affordable prescription medication, and is standing by to help thousands more.







Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours with Las Vegas Rapid Detoxs Groundbreaking Rapid Opiate Detox Program

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 21, 2014

Prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction has become an epidemic in the United States. Nowadays, it seems that every time a patient goes to the doctor, they are prescribed more and more pain killers to mask pain rather than treat it. This has left many patients in a vicious circle of opiate addiction that is very difficult to kick due to painful withdrawal symptoms. Now, thanks to Las Vegas Rapid Detox and their groundbreaking eight-hour rapid opiate detox procedure, patients can be free from opiate addiction without suffering any withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

The rapid detox procedure is performed at a hospital under the watchful eye of a licensed doctor and compresses many days and weeks of detox into eight short hours.

The rapid detox procedure can be used for most forms of opiate addiction including Oxycontin, Heroin, Lortab, Hydrocodone, Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, Morphine, Fentanyl, Dialudid, Darvon, Demerol, Codeine, Norco, Oxycodone, Percodan, Percocet, Roxicodone, Suboxone, Tramadol, Vicodin, Tylenol 3 and Tylenol 4, and many other opiate drugs.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Las Vegas Rapid Detox please contact them at (800) 276-7021 or online at http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com.







Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours with Las Vegas Rapid Detoxs Groundbreaking Rapid Opiate Detox Program

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 21, 2014

Prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction has become an epidemic in the United States. Nowadays, it seems that every time a patient goes to the doctor, they are prescribed more and more pain killers to mask pain rather than treat it. This has left many patients in a vicious circle of opiate addiction that is very difficult to kick due to painful withdrawal symptoms. Now, thanks to Las Vegas Rapid Detox and their groundbreaking eight-hour rapid opiate detox procedure, patients can be free from opiate addiction without suffering any withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

The rapid detox procedure is performed at a hospital under the watchful eye of a licensed doctor and compresses many days and weeks of detox into eight short hours.

The rapid detox procedure can be used for most forms of opiate addiction including Oxycontin, Heroin, Lortab, Hydrocodone, Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, Morphine, Fentanyl, Dialudid, Darvon, Demerol, Codeine, Norco, Oxycodone, Percodan, Percocet, Roxicodone, Suboxone, Tramadol, Vicodin, Tylenol 3 and Tylenol 4, and many other opiate drugs.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Las Vegas Rapid Detox please contact them at (800) 276-7021 or online at http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com.







Buprenorphine Discount Cards From MedicationDiscountCard.com Help Addicts Prevent Drug Overdoses


New York, NY (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Opioid addiction is characterized as an inability to stop using opiates like oxycodone, heroin, morphine, or hydrocodone. This type of addiction is devastating and deadly. The CDC reports that each day, over 100 people in the U.S. die from a prescription drug overdose—either when taking more than the recommended dosage, or when people take pills that were not prescribed for them. (http://www.cdc.gov/homeandrecreationalsafety/rxbrief/) Addiction is a complex problem that can be very expensive to treat properly. That’s one of the reasons Medication Discount Card, LLC, offers savings of up to 75% on drugs like Naltrexone, Clonidine, and Buprenorphine—drugs that help patients end opioid addiction.

While it’s true that 12-step programs can be helpful to many people suffering with addiction, opiates are particularly difficult to quit. Many patients begin taking these drugs for legitimate pain from an injury or accident. Over time, though, an increasing physical tolerance may lead to higher dosages, and then physical cravings may develop. Using cessation-focused drugs like Buprenorphine and Clonidine in conjunction with a 12-step program has been shown to be more successful than either drugs or 12-step programs alone. MedicationDiscountCard.com can make Buprenorphine and other opiate-cessation drugs affordable for families dealing with the heartbreak of addiction. Savings of 75% or more can mean the difference between fully treating addiction and so-called “white knuckle sobriety.”

Medication discount cards are available at no cost from the company’s website. Patients can print the card on a home printer or request a card to be mailed to their home at no charge. The card can be used without limit at any of thousands of participating chain and local pharmacies, including Cub, Walgreens, K-mart, Winn Dixie, Publix, Rite-Aid, CVS, and many more. Because the card is free, no credit card information is needed. There is no medical exam required to obtain these medication discount cards. Medication Discount Card, LLC, has helped thousands of families to obtain affordable prescription medication, and is standing by to help thousands more.







4 Success Strategies for Veterans Making the Military to Civilian Transition from Career Key


Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) October 31, 2014

In honor of Veterans Day on November 11, career guidance leader Career Key, http://www.careerkey.org, recommends four strategies to help veterans make a successful military to civilian transition. Leading to more confident career and education decisions, these strategies are based on the best practices and science of career counseling.

In career change, doing a little self-examination has big benefits, especially when veterans take a closer look at (1) their readiness for change, (2) their resources for making a good transition, (3) career options that are a close personality-career match, and (4) using a practical 4-step decision making process.

1. Evaluate readiness to make a career decision

The likelihood of a successful job search and career change increases if a veteran is “ready” or in a good position to take action. Readiness depends on many factors, like the ability to make a decision. It also depends on how complicated one’s life is; are there significant family or financial pressures? Sometimes getting support in resolving a family issue frees up time and emotional energy to work on making a career change.

A short, affordable way to evaluate one’s readiness is to take Career Key’s Career Decision Profile assessment. It helps people identify and consider their barriers and readiness to make decisions.

2. Get more structure with the 4 S’s of Transition: Situation, Self, Supports, and Strategies

Nancy Schlossberg developed an excellent “4 S Transition Model” that gives a practical framework for managing a transition. Although ideally used with a professional career counselor, individuals can get an overview in the above SlideShare presentation and on the Internet. The Model gives needed structure to the whole transition process, helping veterans identify and become aware of the sources of help they have and gaps they need to fill.

3. Explore and narrow career options to personality-career matches using Holland’s Theory

Learning how to apply “person-environment fit” in Holland’s Theory of Career Choice to exploring career options make the process more practical and relevant to veterans. While it helps to look at crosswalks of military occupations to civilian equivalents, a better place to start is by identifying one’s strongest Holland personality types using a valid Holland assessment like The Career Key test.

Veterans can then narrow their exploration to occupations that match their personality, that have work environments more likely to lead to job satisfaction and success. As a result, military to civilian career crosswalks become more relevant and useful. Career exploration is not just about identifying the jobs a veteran can do (crosswalk civilian equivalents). Even more helpful to long term success is identifying jobs that fit a veteran’s personality best.

Veterans should also match their strongest personality types to college majors and training programs if they choose to go back to college or get additional training.

4. Use the 4 step ACIP decision making model

Making a good career decision that won’t be a source of regret begins with following a four step process called ACIP. The four steps are:

1. Alternatives – identifying options

2. Consequences – listing the pros and cons and using the free download Decision Balance Sheet

3. Information – actively searching for additional information to uncover potential negative information (reality testing), and

4. Plans – taking action and handling negative consequences as they occur.

Short videos and articles at The Career Key website explain the ACIP model using real-life examples, along with a free downloadable Decision Balance Sheet to fill out for each option being considered.

About the Career Key

Since 1997, Career Key has been the #1 Internet source for helping people choose careers and college majors. Advertising and registration-free, it offers valid career tests and career and education advice articles based on the best practices and science in the field. Career Key’s author is nationally recognized counseling psychologist, Dr. Lawrence K. Jones, NCC, Professor Emeritus at N.C. State University.