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What Is Psilocybin?.


What Is Psilocybin?

Psilocybin is a hallucinogenic substance found in certain types of illegal mushrooms. Psilocybin can be man-made, but it isn't likely to be found in the United States. Generally mushrooms containing this illegal substance have long, skinny stems that have dark coloring on the bottom.
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The Value of Holistic Addiction Treatment for Meth Use - Part Two.


The Value of Holistic Addiction Treatment for Meth Use - Part Two

One of the reasons the holistic approach to treating meth use, abuse and addiction is so powerful is that it treats the entire person. Instead of looking at the problem of meth addiction in isolation, the counselors take a more expansive overview.
They look at the underlying mental health...

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The Value of Holistic Addiction Treatment for Meth Use - Part One.


The Value of Holistic Addiction Treatment for Meth Use - Part One

The problem of meth use, abuse and addiction has been growing exponentially in many parts of the country, and those who try the drug even casually can find their lives spiraling out of control in a disconcertingly short amount of time. If someone in your life has been struggling with an addiction...

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Understanding Panic Disorders - Part 3.


Understanding Panic Disorders - Part 3

When in the midst of a panic attack, the individual may experience a racing heartbeat - the heart may beat so fast that it is mistaken for a heart attack or other serious physical illness. Those with panic disorder may also experience shortness of breath and difficulty breathing, along with an...

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Understanding Panic Disorders - Part 2.


Understanding Panic Disorders - Part 2

Some panic disorder sufferers respond readily to the new class of pharmaceutical medications - designed to restore balance to the brain and treat the parts of the mind that can cause the fear impulse to spiral out of control. Other panic disorder sufferers respond more readily to psychological...

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Understanding Panic Disorders - Part 1.


Understanding Panic Disorders - Part 1

Throughout the history of our species, fear has played a central role in keeping us safe and helping us survive. Our cave-dwelling ancestors relied on fear to tell them when lions and tigers were lurking nearby, or when members of a warring tribe were on their way.
Without a strong fear...

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Baclofen Abuse.


Baclofen Abuse

Baclofen is typically used for treating muscle symptoms related to multiple sclerosis or MS. A type of muscle relaxant, Baclofen is also considered to be an antispastic agent. It was developed to treat such symptoms as muscle stiffness, spasms and pain to name a few.
Although these are the...

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Ketamine Withdrawal Treatment Options.


Ketamine Withdrawal Treatment Options

Are you or a loved one addicted to ketamine? When the time comes to stop, you know you will be faced with a variety of withdrawal symptoms. As challenging as it may be to overcome an addiction to this drug, it is better than continuing down the wrong path, making things worse on yourself with each...

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Finding Ketamine Addiction Treatment.


Finding Ketamine Addiction Treatment

Despite the fact that Ketamine is meant for use in hospital settings, it has become more and more common as a recreational drug. Generally speaking, teens and young adults are the ones who abuse this drug, however, people of any age may find themselves addicted and looking for professional...

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Understanding Ketamine Withdrawal.


Understanding Ketamine Withdrawal

Ketamine is a highly addictive drug that is often abused by people looking for a sense of detachment from their lives. Because of these reasons, ketamine can become habit forming and cause an individual who has been abusing it regularly and in large doses to become addicted.
Signs of Ketamine...

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