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Intermittent Explosive Disorder.


Intermittent Explosive Disorder

Do you know someone that often displays uncontrollable fits of rage, anger and aggression when a situation takes place but their reactions are much more intense and exaggerated than the incident called for? Their level of explosive behavior over a situation that takes place is way over the top and...

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Medication Options for Treating Alcoholism.


Medication Options for Treating Alcoholism

Treatment for alcoholism is much more effective today because there are medications available to help a person avoid a relapse. Medications like Acamprosate and Naltrexone are both effective drugs for treating alcohol dependence and fortunately neither one of them are addictive.
If a person...

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Ultra-Potent Heroin, Cheap and Deadly.


Ultra-Potent Heroin, Cheap and Deadly

Heroin that's circulating throughout the country today is so strong and potent addicts aren't the only ones more at risk for an overdose. Occasional users or even first time heroin users are equally at risk of an overdose today due to potency even though the dose used may be low. The demand for...

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Severe Form Of Alcohol Withdrawal.


Severe Form Of Alcohol Withdrawal

The use and abuse of alcohol throughout the United States is very widespread among adults but it's also a serious issue among our youth too. Most people think a person would have to be a heavy drinker over an extended period of time before alcohol would affect their health but this isn't true. read more

Desoxyn is The Legal Form of Methamphetamine.


Desoxyn is The Legal Form of Methamphetamine

Desoxyn is the trade name for Methamphetamine which is a highly addictive central nervous system stimulant and is used in treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and in treating obesity, but use is extremely limited. There were only 15,000 prescriptions for methamphetamine in the United...

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Marijuana Isn't as Harmless as Many Young People Think.


Marijuana Isn't as Harmless as Many Young People Think

Most parents keep the lines of communication open with their kids about underage drinking and the dangers involved with street drugs and prescription medications but there are some parents less worried about the use of marijuana. Some parents feel marijuana is safer than street drugs like heroin,...

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Librium Dependence and Withdrawal.


Librium Dependence and Withdrawal

Some people don't understand why they experience symptoms of withdrawal after taking medications like Librium for a long period of time because they associate withdrawal symptoms with substance abuse, not legitimate drug use. They don't realize that medications like Librium can be habit forming and...

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Delsym Abuse and Intoxication.


Delsym Abuse and Intoxication

Over the counter medications are quite often abused by young people and recently the misuse of the cough suppressant Delsym was responsible for four teens being taken to the hospital from school by paramedics in Pearland, Texas. Delsym is a cough medication that contains dextromethorphan and is...

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Synthetic Hallucinogenic Designer Drugs.


Synthetic Hallucinogenic Designer Drugs

New designer drugs pop up all the time and sadly there's always going to be loss of life due to the use of these illegal dangerous synthetic substances. Past examples of designer drugs include ecstasy, acid (LSD), and methamphetamine which most people are familiar with.
Designer drugs are...

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Unintentionally Swapping One Addiction For Another.


Unintentionally Swapping One Addiction For Another

Have you replaced one addiction for another without even realizing it? Believe it or not, substituting one addictive behavior for another is very common, especially for people during the early days of their recovery and they're not even aware they're doing it.
Many people who have stopped...

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