#Opioid addiction does not have a face. It doesn’t impact one specific group of people more than another.
Speak to your doctor if you have a concern.
Here’s some tips on approaching them and getting the dialogue started:
Choosing recovery is one step. Staying the course is another. Here are some useful tips that may help you stay on track
Be supportive of those you #love, in good times and tough times. #wednesdaywisdom https://t.co/rI5YRKod1y https://t.co/6DryuzrImR
360, 000 Canadians are dependent on their prescription opioids. Familiarize yourself with some of the signs and let’s work toward helping those impacted by addiction.
Practice self-care. It’s important and part of #recovery. Have a look at some tips to help you stay on track and keep focused. Thanks for the quote Banksy.
You got this. #MondayMotivation #recovery #Canada https://t.co/PxPHG7h53n
#Addiction and #recovery can take a toll on #mentalhealth. You could #beOK if you can be open. #BellLetsTalk
All those #tips are important and should be part of a #recovery plan. They may help you reach your #goals. https://t.co/SrXof1YlTP
Confronting ourselves can be challenging.
Not sure if you or your loved one has a problematic opioid dependence? Head here: