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Heroin Abuse Is Out of Control.


Heroin Abuse Is Out of Control

Parents and young people need to understand just how serious the heroin epidemic is getting. Teens and young people need to understand just how addictive and deadly heroin use is. In no way should heroin use be compared to other drugs of abuse, from what I'm seeing heroin is one of the most...

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The Perfect Approach to Overcome Your Addiction.


The Perfect Approach to Overcome Your Addiction

There are many forms of treatment available today for people seeking recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol. It's not always easy finding a facility that addresses all of the necessary issues that can lead you to a substance free life with long term recovery. Overcoming addiction isn't easy...

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Take Control of Your Painkiller Addiction.


Take Control of Your Painkiller Addiction

Treatment Options for Pain Pill Popping Epidemic At one time when we thought of drug abuse we related it to LSD, Cocaine, Heroin, Marijuana and Methamphetamine. Today there are hundreds of different substances abused by people of all ages and they aren't all illicit street drugs.
Many times...

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The 1st Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 1st Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Let's start 2011 off right, each month we will talk about the 12 Steps of A.A. one Step at a time and how you too can find healing and Recovery from Alcohol Abuse. Alcoholics Anonymous is a wonderful fellowship of men and women who share the same desires, they want to stop drinking. Working the 12...

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What's Your Excuse for Not Getting Substance Abuse Treatment?.


What's Your Excuse for Not Getting Substance Abuse Treatment?

Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Abuse Is Needed NOW More Than Ever! There are many reasons people who abuse drugs and alcohol don't seek Treatment for their substance abuse. Unfortunately the numbers continue to grow every day for those in need of treatment when it comes to:   Alcohol abuse...

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Dilaudid Addiction - Hydromorphone Abuse.


Dilaudid Addiction - Hydromorphone Abuse

Hydromorphone a Potent Analgesic Drug Hydromorphone (hydrochloride) is a narcotic chemical that's used to treat moderate to severe pain. This narcotic is derived from morphine and works on the central nervous system to decrease pain but can be extremely addictive. The marketed brand name for...

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Pregnancy, Addiction and Responsibility.


Pregnancy, Addiction and Responsibility

In a previous blog done sometime ago, important information was given relating to pregnancy and drug addiction. Because of the many comment responses, I thought it necessary to talk about it again.
I would like to begin by saying; I can’t imagine how hard, frightening and fearful this...

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Dopamine and Addiction.


Dopamine and Addiction

It is now clinically understood that the neurotransmitter Dopamine plays a central role in addiction. Most drugs of abuse, with the exception of benzodiazepines, have a direct effect on increasing the dopamine reward cycle in the brain. Once addicted the mere anticipation of getting high will...

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Family Therapy with Drug Abuse and Addiction.


Family Therapy with Drug Abuse and Addiction

The role of the family when dealing with drug abuse and addiction is a huge one. Family therapy can have a huge impact in conquering the drug abuse and addiction that has affected, most likely, every aspect of your family dynamics. It’s not an easy road to walk on, but when family therapy is...

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Drug Addiction and Pregnancy.


Drug Addiction and Pregnancy

When a woman is struggling with drug addiction during pregnancy, that drug used affects more than just her it affects her fetus as well. The drugs can also have devastating effects on the child when he or she is born. Drug addiction and pregnancy should be treated as a very serious issue.
A...

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