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Crack Cocaine Withdrawal Symptoms and Treatment.


Crack Cocaine Withdrawal Symptoms and Treatment

Crack Cocaine Detox and Withdrawal Because of the extreme addiction one can suffer from crack cocaine, dependence to this drug can be very difficult to overcome. Both the mental and physical addiction that occurs makes it very hard to stop taking the drug and individuals will find it hard to...

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What is Crack and Crack Cocaine?.


What is Crack and Crack Cocaine?

Crack/cocaine is a highly addictive and powerful stimulant illegal drug that is made from cooking down cocaine with added chemicals such as baking soda to form a rock like substance that can be smoked in order to "get high". Crack is usually smoked through a glass pipe or aluminum can. Crack's...

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Understanding Drug Addiction and Withdrawal.


Understanding Drug Addiction and Withdrawal

What is Addiction Prolonged use of any addictive drug can lead to addiction, which is described as a chronic (continuing) brain disease. Powerful drugs and other substances that have the ability to lead to addiction cause serious changes in the brain when they're abused for a prolonged period of...

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The State of Addiction in the District of Columbia.


The State of Addiction in the District of Columbia

In the District of Columbia or more commonly known as Washington D.C., the state of addiction to illicit drugs and alcohol is indeed extensive. Our nation's capital has been in trouble with addiction problems for a very long time. In the past few years, there have been a number of reports including...

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There's More Than an 'Intense Rush' Experienced When Cocaine is Abused.


There's More Than an 'Intense Rush' Experienced When Cocaine is Abused

A lot of people focus on how addictive cocaine is but may not realize how destructive cocaine use can be on a person physically and mentally. When a person tries cocaine for the first time they not only experience a rush of euphoria but they usually become mentally alert and feel energized at the...

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Newly Marketed 'Cosmic Blast' is Really Fake Cocaine.


Newly Marketed 'Cosmic Blast' is Really Fake Cocaine

Drug dealers are continuously coming up with new ways to create substances that can be used to get high. Synthetic drugs like the newest version of cocaine are circulating and this one is labeled 'Jewelry Cleaner'. Disguising drugs by marketing them for other use is beginning to be big business and...

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Is The Use of KHAT in The United States More Prevalent Than We Realize?.


Is The Use of KHAT in The United States More Prevalent Than We Realize?

A flowering shrub that grows in East Africa and Southern Arabia is known as Catha edulis and the leaves and small stems of this shrub are known as Khat. Khat is a stimulant type drug that's been abused for years for the euphoric effects received when it's chewed. Individuals that use khat to get...

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Pregnant and Addicted to Cocaine? This Could Save Your Unborn Child's Life.


Pregnant and Addicted to Cocaine? This Could Save Your Unborn Child's Life

Cocaine Addiction and Cocaine Withdrawals during Pregnancy So many teens and young adults are dealing with cocaine addiction today and many of them are women. The sad thing about this is many of them are pregnant or will become pregnant while abusing illegal drugs. This drug addiction is so serious...

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