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  • Recognizing and Treating PTSD

    Recognizing and Treating PTSD

    Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, may be most closely associated with soldiers returning from war zones, but the problem is not confined to the battlefield. Post-traumatic stress disorder can happen to anyone, and its sufferers come from all walks of life. Battlefield conditions can trigger the symptoms of PTSD and lead to a lifetime of suffering, but so can everyday encounters with...

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  • What Is Klonopin?

    What Is Klonopin?

    Klonopin is a type of prescription medications that contains Clonazepam. It is most commonly prescribed in order to treat panic disorders, anxiety disorders and seizures from Epilepsy. Although this is a medication that is generally tolerated quite well, there are side effects that are possible, which is true of all medications and drugs. It is important to discuss potential risks and threats...

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  • Ativan Withdrawal

    Ativan Withdrawal

    Lorazepam is an anti-anxiety medication that may also be prescribed for a number of other medical conditions or illnesses. For example, it has also been indicated for use in the treatment of epilepsy, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, vomiting and nausea, alcohol withdrawal and similar types of conditions.
    The primary use for Lorazepam is to treat anxiety, however, because it is capable...

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  • Cymbalta Abuse and Addiction

    Cymbalta Abuse and Addiction

    Cymbalta is a prescription medication used to treat depression and generalized anxiety disorder or panic disorder. Generalized anxiety disorder is a condition in which excessive worry, depression and tension or panic will disrupt your normal daily life. Is become a condition because the symptoms of this condition last more than six months.
    Cymbalta is also used to treat certain conditions...

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  • Xanax Addiction and Abuse

    Xanax Addiction and Abuse

    Xanax is the brand name for a chemical known as Alprazolam. Xanax is available in several different forms including as a tablet, as an extended release tablet and as an orally disintegrating tablet. These are typically taken between two and four times every day depending on the recommendations of a physician and the specific needs of the patient.
    One form of Xanax, known as Xanax XR, is...

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  • Xanax Addiction and Treatment and Oxycontin Addiction, Abuse and Treatment - Updated 2011

    Xanax Addiction and Treatment and Oxycontin Addiction, Abuse and Treatment - Updated 2011

    As times change and life moves on, the abuse of drugs continue but the types of drugs abused fluctuate among our youth, young and older adults. Some drugs will become less prevalent and others will become more wide spread and misused. The abuse of specific drugs today will probably continue a few years from now but the ones more commonly abused will vary and change among substance users in all...

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