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Medication Assisted Treatment

About Medication Assisted Treatment or MAT
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People struggling with addiction can be helped by medication-assisted treatment. MAT is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies; it provides a "whole patient" approach that treats their substance use disorder as well as helps them maintain recovery for life long success. There have been many studies on how effective this type of medicine therapy has been when treating these diseases - evidence shows its successful at ending overdose deaths among those who are addicted to opioids or alcohol too!

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Types Of Medicated Assisted Treatments
It Is Important to Find the Treatment that Works for You

Alcohol Use Disorder Medications

It is often difficult for people with alcohol use disorders to stop drinking. Medications like acamprosate, disulfiram and naltrexone can help maintain sobriety by discouraging you from drinking when under their influence; however they do not cure the disorder themselves or provide any sort of quick relief so participants must enroll in a multi-component treatment program that includes individual psychotherapy sessions as well community education workshops on healthy lifestyles such things cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Learn more about what impact AOD has here: Alcohol Misuse Impact

Alcoholics Anonymous provides support groups where addicts are able share experiences coping techniques developed through years spent overcoming addiction.

Opioid Dependency Medications

Buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone are safe to use for months or even years. MAT medications can treat your addiction to opioids such as heroin with short-acting drugs like morphine; semi synthetic ones like oxycodones and hydrocodons which may lead you back into drug abuse if not properly treated by an expert in this field of medicine. Suboxone is the most common medication used for Opioid Addiction or Dependency. Consultation is always necessary before any changes are made so consult a doctor about whether these treatments will work well for them specifically!

Opioid Overdose Prevention Medication

Naloxone is a medication that can be used to prevent an opioid overdose. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates it as one of several essential items in any functioning medical system, alongside things like gloves and masks for protection against infectious diseases such as Ebola virus disease or plague.

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