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Addiction Treatment Options for Executives.


Addiction Treatment Options for Executives

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, drug addiction and drug abuse have many dimensions and because they disrupt so many aspects of a person's life, treatment is not simple. The most effective treatment programs must incorporate various components into their program, each directed to...

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Addiction Information to Help Executives.


Addiction Information to Help Executives

Executives of organizations have numerous decisions to make on a daily basis, and sometimes their job can be overwhelming and extremely stressful. This stress causes some executives to turn to drugs or alcohol to self-medicate, but if it continues the individual abusing the drugs or alcohol may...

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Signs You Need GHB Abuse Treatment.


Signs You Need GHB Abuse Treatment

GHB is a club drug or a psychoactive substance often abused to cause euphoria or as a date rape drug. According to the DEA, "GHB and its analogues are abused for their euphoric and calming effects and because some people believe they build muscles and cause weight loss."
Regular use of the...

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What is GHB?.


What is GHB?

GHB, also known as Gamma-Hydroxybutyrate, is illegal for use in the United States and is thought of as a party drug, a date rape drug and a muscle builder. The drug is found in pill form, powder form and liquid form. Although the drug is illegal for use, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration did...

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Ketamine Addiction Recovery.


Ketamine Addiction Recovery

Ketamine addiction recovery plans include cognitive behavioral therapy as well as deep drug abuse counseling to help the individual see where they made a turn toward drug addiction and learn how to stay clear of the same. Because ketamine loses its effect at some point for all long term users, it...

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What is Ketamine?.


What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is most often used by veterinarians as an anesthetic on animals. Some pediatricians use it for the same thing on children. Ketamine is a powerful pain reliever that has hallucinogenic component about it. It is often stolen from veterinarian and clinics for these reasons. The drug can be...

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Dextromethorphan Addiction Recovery.


Dextromethorphan Addiction Recovery

Overcoming addiction of dextromethorphan requires the help of medical specialists who can oversee the entire process. The first step to dextromethorphan addiction recovery is going through a detoxification process. This is the process of removing the drug from the body often through the use of...

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Narcotics Addiction Recovery.


Narcotics Addiction Recovery

Getting free from addiction of these drugs may require that a person participate in a narcotics addiction recovery program. These programs start by getting the drug out of your system and breaking that physical addiction to the drug. This is done through detoxification where a team of medical staff...

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What Are Narcotics?.


What Are Narcotics?

Narcotics or opiates are pain killers that are derived from opium. Though some are synthetic in nature, many come directly from opium. These narcotics include drugs such as codeine, darvocet, oxycodone, oxycontin, vicodin and percocet. Individuals prescribed these drugs typically take them for...

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LSD Addiction Recovery.


LSD Addiction Recovery

LSD addiction recovery can be challenging because the addiction itself is not a physical addiction but in fact a psychological addiction. Treatment usually is approached with a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy and in some cases medication. The individual first must be taught what is...

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We help people take the first steps toward getting help for their drug and alcohol usage and having drug-free lifestyles. To contact an alcohol/drug abuse counselor, please call 1-800-807-0951 or have a Counselor Contact You

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