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Drunkorexia is Extremely Serious and Dangerous Behavior.


Drunkorexia is Extremely Serious and Dangerous Behavior

Drunkorexia is a term I've never heard of before and was surprised to read that this term is associated with anorexia and heavy binge drinking behavior that many young people on North American campuses are partaking in. We know that anorexia is extremely serious and dangerous by itself but when...

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Healthy Ways to Cope with Stress, Anxiety and Depression.


Healthy Ways to Cope with Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Last week we talked about stress, anxiety and depression and the various ways many of us have either learned or chose to cope with emotional challenges in our life. Unfortunately, unhealthy coping skills not only make the situations worse, but affect our physical and emotional well-being. read more

Substance Abuse and Addiction - A Result of Anxiety and Stress.


Substance Abuse and Addiction - A Result of Anxiety and Stress

Common Ways People Cope with Stress and Anxiety That are Unfortunately 'Negative' We all experience stress and anxiety throughout our lives and we all have our own personal ways of coping when dealing with life's emotional challenges.
Sometimes we bring stress upon ourselves with choices we...

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Prescription Drug Abuse and Doctor Shopping.


Prescription Drug Abuse and Doctor Shopping

Doctor Shopping for Prescription Drugs Affects Us All Today the amount of people abusing prescription drugs is higher than it's ever been and the use of these drugs are destroying the health and lives of people throughout the United States. Prescription drugs are not only abused by young and older...

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Emotional Overeating and Food Addiction.


Emotional Overeating and Food Addiction

Emotional Overeating Many young and older people today use food for the same reasons some people abuse drugs or alcohol, which is to manage symptoms of depression and stress. We may not realize it at the time but when we're young most everyone receives pleasure from food. Whether good or bad, we...

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Prescription Pain Pill Capsules or Heroin Capsules?.


Prescription Pain Pill Capsules or Heroin Capsules?

Prescription Drug Abuse is Dangerous Enough, Don’t Accidentally Get Hooked on Heroin! Drug dealers are continually trying to find ways to distribute heroin, find new users, and get them addicted faster. Heroin is now being distributed in capsule form which could make it more appealing to...

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The 10th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 10th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it. With Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 we no longer are in denial and have admitted that our lives were unmanageable, we realize now that we couldn't control alcohol, it was controlling us.
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Marijuana and Prescription Drug Use Among Adults.


Marijuana and Prescription Drug Use Among Adults

We focus a lot on the younger generation and their use of designer drugs and alcohol and don't quite center as much attention on the older generation of adults. After reviewing a report from NSDUH which is the National Survey on Drug Use and Health this year, I began to realize substance use isn't...

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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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The 9th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 9th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others. Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 - We are no longer in denial, we are able to admit that our lives were unmanageable because alcohol was controlling us, we couldn't control it.
Alcoholics...

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