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Short Term Effects of Cocaine Use.


Short Term Effects of Cocaine Use

Cocaine is a very powerful stimulant that was extremely popular during the 80's and 90's and it's still a drug of abuse today even though it's not one of the most commonly abused among young people. Because the effects of cocaine are very intense and the drug is so addictive, repeated use can lead...

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Undiagnosed and Treated Mental Health Conditions Commonly Result in Substance Abuse Relapse.


Undiagnosed and Treated Mental Health Conditions Commonly Result in Substance Abuse Relapse

If you're finding it hard to stop drinking or using drugs even though may have received help for your addiction, you could be suffering from a mental health condition that's gone undiagnosed or that isn't being treated. Many substance abuse programs provide individual mental health evaluations...

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Narcotic Painkiller Symptoms of Overdose .


Narcotic Painkiller Symptoms of Overdose

Most people don't realize there are almost 15,000 overdose deaths yearly that involve prescription pain relievers. Today, painkillers are one of the most commonly abused drugs in the United States and have been for quite some time. Back in 2008 the number of overdose deaths involving powerful...

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Signs You Are Addicted To Adderall.


Signs You Are Addicted To Adderall

Adderall is a prescription medication used in the treatment of attention deficit hyperactive disorder. This medication is a stimulant. However, for people who suffer from ADHD, this medication does not have stimulating effects when taken properly under the supervision of a physician. Like many...

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Have You Developed Coping Skills to Avoid an Addiction Relapse?.


Have You Developed Coping Skills to Avoid an Addiction Relapse?

Obtaining helpful and effective coping skills during recovery from any addiction makes a huge difference in preventing a setback or relapse as often referred to. A relapse can easily occur during early recovery from addiction but can also take place years down the road if a person hasn't learned...

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Treating Narcotic Addiction and Alcoholism with Naltrexone Medications.


Treating Narcotic Addiction and Alcoholism with Naltrexone Medications

Many different medications have been approved to help people stop drinking or using certain drugs and they're very effective as long as they're combined with other important forms of treatment and support. Taking medications that help to reduce cravings and other symptoms of withdrawal doesn't...

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Drinking Heavily Over Time Can Cause Alcoholic Neuropathy.


Drinking Heavily Over Time Can Cause Alcoholic Neuropathy

Alcoholic Neuropathy is a very serious form of nerve damage that can develop if a person drinks heavily over a long period of time. The actual cause of alcoholic neuropathy isn't known for sure but this a painful medical condition that around half of the people that drink heavily over a long period...

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Inhalant Intoxication Can Lead to Death.


Inhalant Intoxication Can Lead to Death

Huffing is a term given to an activity that involves intentionally breathing in chemical fumes in order to get high. After a young fourteen year old died recently I realized that parents may not be aware that the abuse of inhalants is still quite prevalent and a topic that needs to be discussed...

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How Stress Management Programs Can Help Prevent Substance Abuse .


How Stress Management Programs Can Help Prevent Substance Abuse

There are a lot of different causes for substance abuse problems. It ultimately depends on the individual person and what they are going through in life to determine what is going to ultimately lead to a substance abuse problem. Some people, for example, have great difficulty when it comes to...

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Drug Addiction Treatment Options in Texas.


Drug Addiction Treatment Options in Texas

Drug addiction is a problem throughout the United States and Texas is no exception. In the state of Texas, many teens, young adults and other individuals are becoming addicted to a variety of substances including alcohol, prescription drugs and illegal street drugs. The reasons for using drugs will...

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