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Librium Dependence and Withdrawal.


Librium Dependence and Withdrawal

Some people don't understand why they experience symptoms of withdrawal after taking medications like Librium for a long period of time because they associate withdrawal symptoms with substance abuse, not legitimate drug use. They don't realize that medications like Librium can be habit forming and...

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Delsym Abuse and Intoxication.


Delsym Abuse and Intoxication

Over the counter medications are quite often abused by young people and recently the misuse of the cough suppressant Delsym was responsible for four teens being taken to the hospital from school by paramedics in Pearland, Texas. Delsym is a cough medication that contains dextromethorphan and is...

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Synthetic Hallucinogenic Designer Drugs.


Synthetic Hallucinogenic Designer Drugs

New designer drugs pop up all the time and sadly there's always going to be loss of life due to the use of these illegal dangerous synthetic substances. Past examples of designer drugs include ecstasy, acid (LSD), and methamphetamine which most people are familiar with.
Designer drugs are...

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Unintentionally Swapping One Addiction For Another.


Unintentionally Swapping One Addiction For Another

Have you replaced one addiction for another without even realizing it? Believe it or not, substituting one addictive behavior for another is very common, especially for people during the early days of their recovery and they're not even aware they're doing it.
Many people who have stopped...

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Body Dysmorphic Disorder.


Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Body Dysmorphic Disorder is an obsessive Mental Illness. Do you know someone that seems to be continuously obsessed with what they consider to be an imperfection or flaw in their appearance but it's really only obvious to them, no one else?
Even though their perceived imperfection is so...

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Kratom, Psychotic Symptoms Aren't Worth the Legal High.


Kratom, Psychotic Symptoms Aren't Worth the Legal High

A recreational substance that produces stimulant effects in low doses and sedative effects in high doses is called Kratom and according to kxan.com not long ago, there's been a "sharp surge" of admissions at Austin Recovery Center for people seeking treatment for Kratom addiction.
Even though...

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College and Substance Abuse.


College and Substance Abuse

College bound? Know the facts and avoid a future of addiction and self-destruction! College has already started for some students and others are getting ready for sessions to begin. What we want most for our young men and women in college is to have a successful, enjoyable and safe year. read more

Alprazolam Abuse.


Alprazolam Abuse

Not long ago a student from San Diego State University died from an unintentional overdose after a party the 20 year old attended according an article on latimes.com. Acute intoxication from alprazolam and oxycodone was the cause of death according to the results of toxicology tests.
Just...

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Depression and Co-Occurring Disorders.


Depression and Co-Occurring Disorders

Knowing the symptoms of depression and mania may help avoid co-occurring disorders. It's probably more common that you think for a person to be suffering from two separate illnesses at the same time, both a mental health condition and substance use disorder are linked together quite often...

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Why It's Hard to Stop Abusing Percocet .


Why It's Hard to Stop Abusing Percocet

There's an enormous amount of people that continue to abuse Percocet and other pain medications because they can't handle the withdrawal symptoms they go through if they try to stop. It doesn't matter what reasons a person may have become addicted to Percocet, the end result entails very...

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