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Understanding the Recovery Process.


Understanding the Recovery Process

Understanding addiction and what it entails to abuse a substance is the first step in overcoming said addiction, or helping a loved one to overcome their addiction or substance abuse problem. Understanding what the recovery process entails will help you to go into your recovery knowing what to...

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Liquid PCP Use and Abuse.


Liquid PCP Use and Abuse

PCP is a dissociative anesthetic known by a number of different names, including ozone, wack, supergrass, rocket fuel, killer weed, embalming fluid and angel dust. PCP is Phencyclidine, and it was originally developed back in the 1950s in order to be used as a surgical anesthetic. It has anesthetic...

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Computer Duster Abuse and Withdrawal Symptoms.


Computer Duster Abuse and Withdrawal Symptoms

Computer duster, also known as "canned air" is a product that is used to clean air out of delicate computer parts. It is also commonly abused as an inhalant drug, especially by teenagers and adolescents who will do anything to get high regardless of the consequences. Inhalants make up a broad range...

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Inpatient or Outpatient Rehab - What's Right for Me?.


Inpatient or Outpatient Rehab - What's Right for Me?

When you have a substance abuse problem, one of the best things that you can possibly do for yourself is to get some help. Unfortunately, there are so many different options to choose from when it comes to getting help that many people end up overwhelmed and shying away from the experience. read more

The Life Cycle of Addiction.


The Life Cycle of Addiction

In order to fully understand addiction, you must understand the life cycle of addiction and what takes place from step to step. The life cycle of addiction can be different from person to person, but the steps are essentially the same. What leads each person to become addicted can differ, but how a...

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Friends and Families of Addicts - How to Help and Support.


Friends and Families of Addicts - How to Help and Support

Addiction is a disease that destroys one's body, influences one's choices and breaks apart family and friends. However, after an addict seeks help, they will need the help and support of their loved ones to continue down their path to recovery. However, because it is not only a difficult situation,...

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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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Study Findings Associated with Marijuana Use.


Study Findings Associated with Marijuana Use

There's a lot of controversy today regarding marijuana use for medical purposes and whether or not smoking pot is addictive. Many people have sought help though because they realized they were addicted to marijuana and were unable to stop on their own and described the withdrawal symptoms they...

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Suboxone Information, Treatment and Detox - Part 3 of 3.


Suboxone Information, Treatment and Detox - Part 3 of 3

Suboxone Use Suboxone is a combination between two different drugs. The first drug is buprenorphine and the second drug is known as Naloxone. The buprenorphine is a type of partial opiate agonist drug. Naloxone on the other hand is known as an opiate agonist drug.
Creating Suboxone actually...

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Suboxone Information, Treatment and Detox - Part 2 of 3.


Suboxone Information, Treatment and Detox - Part 2 of 3

What do I need to know about taking Suboxone? As with all prescription medications, there are numerous considerations to be made before being placed on Suboxone. There are also numerous possible side-effects. Allergies are a top concern. Anyone who has an allergy to any of the ingredients used in...

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