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What Every Parent Of An Adolescent Needs To Know About Opioids
A book written by Dr. James J. Babiuk, DDS, a healthcare professional who is also a concerned parent, aims to educate and inform parents about the opioid epidemic that is sweeping the United States. The book “What Every Parent of an Adolescent Needs to Know About Opioids,” which Dr. Babiuk first self-published in 2019 for his patients, is now available nationwide.
The opioid crisis is the result of the rapid rise in prescription and non-prescription opioid use. Beginning in the latter part of the 1990s, the pharmaceutical industry reassured the medical community that opioid prescriptions would not lead to addiction. As a result, doctors prescribed opioids to treat pain without fully understanding the potential risks.
Addiction to opioids is becoming a bigger problem in communities all over the country, affecting people of all backgrounds and income levels. The opioid crisis has affected virtually everyone, either directly or indirectly, in rural Midwestern communities, upper-middle-class suburbs, blue-collar, working-class neighborhoods, and the Appalachian Mountains in the South.
Dr. James J. Babiuk
The book by Dr. Babiuk is a comprehensive guide that gives parents the information they need to understand the opioid crisis and the dangers it poses to their teens. Additionally, he provides resources for those who may already be struggling with addiction as well as strategies for avoiding opioid addiction.
Dr. Babiuk is passionate about educating parents about the opioid crisis and giving them the tools they need to protect their children as a healthcare professional and parent.
“I wrote this book because I believe that knowledge is power and that parents have a crucial role to play in preventing opioid addiction in their adolescent children,” said Dr Babiuk.
Additionally, Dr. Babiuk emphasizes the possibility of not prescribing opiates or narcotics following oral surgery with proper preparation and management. Dr. Babiuk believes, based on his personal and professional experience, that patients can manage pain and recover from oral surgery without using these addictive drugs by taking the appropriate approach. This is a crucial aspect that he discusses in his book, educating parents about the dangers of opioid prescriptions and other options for pain management.
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For more information about Dr. Babiuk, visit wisdomteethjoliet.com.