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Tips for Substance Abuse Recovery.


Tips for Substance Abuse Recovery

Have you stopped drinking or using drugs and you're having a hard time staying positive and focused on your recovery? Do you find there are times when your mind wanders back to the days when you were drinking or using drugs no matter how hard you try not to think about it? Are you keeping your...

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Drug Free Ways to Reduce Stress, Pain and Discomfort.


Drug Free Ways to Reduce Stress, Pain and Discomfort

There are a lot of people dependent on painkillers today that aren't abusing them for the sake of getting high. Many people are misusing prescription pain pills because of intense discomfort their experiencing due to illness or injuries and they're going through the same emotional and physical...

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Preventing Teen Drug Abuse.


Preventing Teen Drug Abuse

There are a wide variety of different things that can lead to a substance abuse problem in teens. If you are afraid that your teen might fall prey to peer pressure or some other cause of teen drug abuse, then one of the best things that you can do for yourself is to become a better parent, a more...

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Preparing an Intervention for a Texas Teen.


Preparing an Intervention for a Texas Teen

In the state of Texas, drug abuse continues to be a big problem, especially for teens and young adults. If you have found evidence that your teenager may be using or abusing illicit drugs, it is time to prepare an intervention. During the intervention, a group of people close to the teen will...

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The War on Drugs in Vermont.


The War on Drugs in Vermont

The war on drugs in Vermont is on. While every state has issues with drugs, Vermont has increasing problems with alcohol abuse and the use of a drug while drinking. This is an important issue as often times alcohol-related driving incidents involved not only just someone tipsy or drunk, but also...

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Drug Rehabilitation and Addiction Detox in North Carolina.


Drug Rehabilitation and Addiction Detox in North Carolina

North Carolina is not without its collection of drug rehabilitation and addiction detox clinics. Each of these facilities is completely distinct in terms of the services that it renders, the staff that employs and the results that it promises.
When someone is struggling with a substance abuse...

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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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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

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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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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