The POWER of a Cuddle.

Volunteers Cuddle Infants that have been Born Addicted to opioids.

Everyone feels better after a good hug, but for infants suffering from Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, designated cuddle time can also mean shorter hospitalization time, and less medication needed to deal with the symptoms of opiate withdrawal that they are experiencing from being subjected to opioids in the womb.   Fox News Health article below discusses the amazing effects of “volunteer cuddlers” at Boston Medical Center.  The number of babies born addicted continues  to rise along with the opioid epidemic.  The elite team at The Addictions Coach can help you or your loved one.  Call 1.800.706.0318

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Volunteer Pamela Turocotte cuddles a newborn who was exposed to opioids while in the womb. (Fox 25)

Volunteer cuddlers helping infants born addicted to opioids

Volunteer cuddlers helping infants born addicted to opioids – Fox News

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