Dr. Dustin O. Hayes, D.O.
Psychiatrist | Addiction Psychiatry817 South Elm Place Ste C Broken Arrow OK, 74012
Dr. Dustin Hayes is a Addiction Psychiatrist practicing in BROKEN ARROW, OK. Specializing in psychiatric evaluations and opioid medication assisted therapy.
Dr. Dustin O. Hayes, D.O.'s Expert Contributions
Because some prescription medications form a dependency. When this happens, the patient may have difficulty with stopping it or taking it as prescribed. Addiction occurs when the patient's requirement for the medication causes issues in their person, social and work environments often leading to legal issues. The patient may seek the medication despite these harmful consequences. READ MORE
It has been an issue that has been brought up among mental health providers READ MORE
Many can, but the best way to avoid this is to request that the test be sent for gas chromatography confirmation which precisely identifies the metabolites in the urine. Since Fentanyl is a very specific synthetic opioid it has very specific detection process. The confirmation will rule out a false positive. READ MORE
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My daughter is now celebrating 5 years of sobriety. What are the chances she could go back to bad habits?
Roughly less than 15%. She is on the right track. Keep her involved in recovery which will reinforce accountability. READ MORE
Support and encouragement. Make it a day by day process, attempt to eliminate triggers and involve your healthcare provider in the conversation. READ MORE
If it is interfering in your activities of daily living yes. If you are viewing illegal acts yes. Seeking a therapist versed in this area would be very helpful. READ MORE
Yes, it is a common symptom of nicotine withdraw. READ MORE
Interestingly, studies have shown up 67% effectiveness of complementary therapies such as yoga, meditation, massage therapy and hypnosis. This data is very limited and my have confounding factors. I have had 3 patients attempt and successfully cease tobacco use with hypnosis. So, to answer you question, it's worth a try. Adding cognitive behavioral therapy and/or cessation of medication along with hypnosis may prove very effective, but research would need to be done to confirm this. READ MORE
To answer the question more accurately I would need a history and current medication regimen, but to answer your question, yes, there are pharmacological treatments for this. SSRIs and Naltrexone have been shown to help with impulse control disorders. The most important aspect would be psychotherapy to help manage the behavior. Both treatment modalities in unison would be most effective. READ MORE
Approximately 30-60 minutes READ MORE
It may help you switch from a combustible form of nicotine abuse to a non combustible form but you are still addicted to the nicotine in the product. Seeking assistance for complete cessation is recommended. READ MORE
Extremely addictive. It can also induce Paranoia, emotional swings, insomnia, followed by prolonged periods of sleep, anxiety, short attention span, increased impulsivity and financial trouble. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
- American Osteopathic Association
- American Medical Association
- OU Tulsa Psychiatry
What do you attribute your success to?
- Listening to my patients
Dr. Dustin O. Hayes, D.O.'s Practice location
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