• Complete Impact of Alcoholism on the Body and the Mind

    Complete Impact of Alcoholism on the Body and the Mind

    Drinking alcohol, especially binge drinking or drinking alcohol for many years, can cause a lot of adverse effects. It is important to know these effects aren’t the same for everyone. However, there are common effects that can and do happen to people who drink alcohol, sometimes, even when they don’t have an alcohol addiction.

  • Long-Term Effects of Alcohol on the Kidneys

    Long-Term Effects of Alcohol on the Kidneys

    Long-Term Effects of Alcohol on the Kidneys – Kidneys are vital organs that filter toxins from the blood and play other important roles, and generally, require little attention until they begin to fail.

  • The Dangers of Mixing Molly and Alcohol

    What Is the Lethal Blood Alcohol Level?

    How to Stay Sober Through Relapse Prevention – A person suffering from an alcohol use disorder (AUD)—also referred to as alcoholism or alcohol addiction—has a chronic brain disease.

  • Addiction is Sending Children to Foster Care

    Mental Health Awareness Month: Borderline Personality Disorder

    Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a disorder that makes it very difficult to function in everyday life and personal relationships.

  • Addiction is Sending Children to Foster Care

    Addiction is Sending Children to Foster Care

    May is National Foster Care Awareness Month, which we know is prevalently an experience of children of those suffering with addiction.

  • Is it Safe to Detox at Home?

    Is it Safe to Detox at Home?

    Whether you, or someone you love is struggling with addiction, the urge to try to detox at home can be powerful. Shame, fear or concerns about missing work or school may motivate the decision.

  • What Is Ritalin?

    Is Klonopin Addictive?

    With this, it is important to address the questions, “is Klonopin addictive?” and “is Klonopin addictive in small doses?”,

  • How Aftercare Outpatient Treatment Programs Work

    How Aftercare Outpatient Treatment Programs Work

    When overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction, there are treatment programs available to help people work through addictive behaviors and learn to develop healthy behaviors and habits. The truth is that many people who try overcoming the addiction on their own usually relapse.

  • Oxycodone and Alcohol

    How to Know If You Have Alcohol Addiction

    When overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction, there are treatment programs available to help people work through addictive behaviors and learn to develop healthy behaviors and habits. The truth is that many people who try overcoming the addiction on their own usually relapse.

  • Learn How To Overcome Benzo Addiction

    Learn How To Overcome Benzo Addiction

    If you want to know how to overcome benzo addiction, start at the beginning. The first thing you will likely need is a safe and comfortable medical detox.

  • Cocaine Addiction and ADHD: Are They Connected?

    Cocaine Addiction and ADHD: Are They Connected?

    If you have attention deficit disorder or ADHD, a connection between cocaine addiction and ADHD might not surprise you. Having an adult child with ADHD,

  • How Long Does a Meth High Last?

    How Long Does a Meth High Last?

    Crystal methamphetamine is an illegally manufactured amphetamine. How long does a meth high last? That depends on a number of factors.

  • How To Administer Naloxone

    How To Administer Naloxone

    How does one administer Naloxone? It seems difficult. Like an incredible amount of responsibility. It can be. Nevertheless, learning how to administer Naloxone might not be as hard as we think. Furthermore, knowing how to dispense Naloxone just might save someone’s life.

  • Cocaine Detox

    Cocaine Detox

    Anyone thinking about quitting cocaine is going to experience cocaine detox. The detoxification process from cocaine can be difficult.

  • Benzos and Alcohol

    Benzos and Alcohol

    The combining of benzos and alcohol is more common than you might imagine. Each of these substances can be dangerous on its own. However, they are even more hazardous when taking them together. People who have an alcohol and benzo addiction are at greater risk of dying from respiratory arrest than someone who uses only one or the other. The main reason for this is because both these substances depress the central nervous system and in combination they amplify each others effects. This makes accidental overdose far more likely because the results can be unpredictable.

  • Crack vs. Cocaine: What’s the Difference?

    Crack vs. Cocaine: What’s the Difference?

    Crack is a product made from cocaine. So, crack and cocaine have the same source. The similarities between them outnumber the differences. Cocaine and crack addiction continue to plague our nation. In 2019, over 16,000 people died by cocaine overdose. Furthermore, a global pandemic continues to afflict the world. One should not feel dismay that people seek relief via cocaine and crack.

  • 5 Signs of a Cocaine Overdose

    5 Signs of a Cocaine Overdose

    Cocaine overdose brings consequences both to society and to the individual. As members of that society, we must equip ourselves. We owe ourselves such preparation. And we likewise owe it to those around us.

  • Cocaine Addiction Treatment in FL

    Cocaine Addiction Treatment in FL

    You arrived here for a reason. You have been looking for cocaine addiction treatment in FL. Perhaps you seek treatment for yourself.

  • Recovery and the Psychology of Addiction

    Recovery and the Psychology of Addiction

    Knowing the psychology of addiction can be life-saving information. This is true for anyone with Substance Use Disorder (SUD), also known as addiction. But it can also be good for anyone who has an addict in their life.

  • The Pros and Cons of PHP Treatment

    The Pros and Cons of PHP Treatment

    With this, it is important to address the questions, “is Klonopin addictive?” and “is Klonopin addictive in small doses?”,

  • Are You an Alcoholic?

    Are You an Alcoholic?

    Are you an alcoholic? For some, this question is easily answered. Though, for many others, it can be nearly impossible. The reason that it can be difficult to identify whether or not you have Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) – known as alcoholism – is because alcohol use is very common.

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