“Opiate Addiction – The Painkiller Addiction Epidemic, Heroin Addiction and the Way Out” by Taite Adams

Providing Answers and Hope for Opiate Addiction

Opiate Addiction by Taite Adams on AmazonStarting the process of recovery from opiate addiction can be challenging, in large part because of the element of physical addiction that is present.  Heroin or opioid painkiller addiction are hard to face, but given the extraordinary rise in rates of opiate use in the United States in recent years, they must be confronted head on.  This book is both a comprehensive look at the opiate epidemic and a guide to recovery from addiction to opiates.

Starting with a definition of opiates and overview of various types (heroin, painkillers, etc.) the book thoroughly explains why addiction to these types of substances is unique and why it can be such a challenging habit to kick.  There is also a great deal of information about why people turn to opiates and the very real dangers associated with their use.  The author then goes on to outline the most common methods used for detoxification from opiates, as well as options for inpatient and outpatient drug rehabilitation treatment.

Written in a non-judgmental and easy to understand style, Taite Adams draws on research and on her personal experiences as a recovering addict to create a guide that anyone touched by opiate addiction can benefit from.  For family members and loved ones of active addicts, familiarity with the facts, history and causes of addiction can be a real help in gaining a better understanding of the tremendous struggle of addiction.  For those struggling with addiction themselves, there is a great deal of information about the disease of opiate addiction, as well as a great deal of hope for long term recovery.

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 About the Author

Taite AdamsTaite Adams is a successful marketer and published author who has traded in the high cost of low living for a much more peaceful, and rewarding, life. Free of alcohol and drugs for over a decade and an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous, Taite (not her real name) enjoys living a sober life and sharing those joys with her family, friends and people looking for a better way to live. Her first book, “Kickstart Your Recovery – The Road Less Traveled to Freedom From Addiction”, is already climbing the Kindle charts in the Recovery Section. Taite’s second book deals with answering the much-asked question of How to “Safely Detox from Alcohol and Drugs at Home”. Her third book tackles a subject close to home for both herself and many others – that of “Opiate Addiction”. Taite’s fourth book is about renewal and making new beginnings in recovery – called “Restart Your Recovery”. Her latest book seeks to separate fact from fiction when it comes to the popular drug “Molly”. Called “Who is Molly?”, the book examines misconceptions about this drug, its dangers, effects and much more. All of these are available in both Kindle format and in paperback.

Taite is an avid boater, licensed Coast Guard Captain and prolific traveler. While her bucket list remains long, each day brings a shining new opportunity to cross something off the list or discover something new – and for that she remains forever grateful.

Other Books on Recovery and Addiction by Taite Adams

Restart your recovery by Taite Adams Safely Detox From Alcohol and Drugs at Home by Taite Adams Kickstart Your Recovery by Taite Adams Who is Molly by Taite Adamssee on amazon

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