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Shannon Weir

Shannon Weir, RN

Director of Clinical Education and Quality Assurance

Shannon is the Director of Clinical Education and Quality Assurance at Gallus and has been a Registered Nurse for 30 years. She has 15 years of experience in critical care, 5 years doing various things including flight nursing, detox, sexual assault exams, and SWAT nursing. The past 10 years she’s been at Gallus Medical Detox.

Posts by Shannon Weir

How To Stop Drinking Alcohol and How Gallus Can Help What Is Molly? What Are Liberty Caps? ETOH Abuse and Meaning Is LSD Addictive? An In-Depth Look Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms Recognizing the Signs of a High Functioning Alcoholic What Are Whippets? How Long Does Withdrawal Last? Using Nicotine While in Early Recovery College Drinking: How to Stop Binge Drinking Alleviate Pain with CBD The Benefits of IV and Oral Medication Protocol What Is Ibogaine? Can I Seek Treatment at a Detox Center During a Pandemic?  Dangers of Methadone The Dangers of Mixing Klonopin and Alcohol Self-Medicating Your Crippling Anxiety with Alcohol The Effects of Long Term Use of Diet Pills Combining Alcohol and Marijuana Developing Dependence or Addiction to Ritalin Does the Method of Drug Use Matter? Do I Have a Vicodin Addiction? How Can I Sleep Without Prescription Medications? The Danger and Signs of Alcohol Poisoning The Dangers and Morphine Use Side Effects How Can I Stop Taking Percocet? Why Is it Dangerous to Mix Benzodiazepines and Opioids? What are M 30’s? What Are the Dangers of Using Codeine? The Danger of Mixing Heroin and Meth What are Moon Rocks? The Dangers of Using Luminal The Rise of Xanax Use The Dangers of Combining Cocaine and Alcohol What is Oxycodone? The Dangers of Combining Wellbutrin and Adderall What is Spice? The Importance of Medical Detox with Shannon Weir Can You Overdose on Ativan? The Dangers of U-47700 The Rise of GHB Use What is Clonazolam & Why Is It Dangerous? The Dangers of Rohypnol All About Problem Drinking M 30 Pills: What You Need to Know Why Are Benzodiazepines Dangerous? Is Marijuana Use a Problem? What Are the Dangers of Using Stimulants? Sleep Aids, Are They Addictive? Am I Addicted to Klonopin? How Does Massage Therapy Help Detox? What is the Difference Between Substance Abuse and Dependency? 2020: Troubling Trends With Benzo Use What Are Bath Salts? Dangers of Using Ambien Meth Withdrawal Percocet Withdrawal Cocaine Withdrawal Lunesta Addiction Tramadol Withdrawal Vicodin: What You Need to Know What Does an Alcohol Detox Look Like? Fentanyl and the Effects of Its Use The Risks of Prescription Opioid Use The Unintended Effects of Methadone How Do I Stop Taking Suboxone? I’m Addicted to Multiple Substances, What Do I Do? Codeine Addiction Codeine Withdrawal Black Tar Heroin Detox & Withdrawal Guide to Opioid Withdrawal & Detox Guide to Ativan Addiction Treatment Guide to Benzo Addiction Treatment Guide to Halcion Addiction Treatment Guide to Klonopin Addiction Treatment Guide to Restoril Addiction Treatment Drug Guide to Valium Addiction Treatment Signs of Heroin Withdrawal Am I Addicted to Valium? Halcion Detox & Withdrawal Xanax Detox & Withdrawal Benzodiazepine Detox & Withdrawal Guide to Xanax Addiction Treatment How to Choose An Opiate Detox Center The Opioid Crisis Has Intensified During Coronavirus Pandemic Key Signs & Symptoms of Alcohol Poisoning How to Detox from Alcohol What to Expect from an Alcohol Detox Center Drugs Requiring Medical Detox The Benefits of Inpatient Medical Detox Programs Benzo Detox Options 30 M Pills: The New Face of the Crisis Drug Schedule Classification Agonist vs Antagonist Drugs Combining Suboxone with Other Drugs Adderall and Wellbutrin Xanax and Methadone, What Happens if you Take Both? Can I Drink Alcohol During Benzodiazepine Withdrawal?
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