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Overprotecting Your Child and Teenage Drug Use.


Overprotecting Your Child and Teenage Drug Use

As parents we often believe that being overprotective over our children is the right way to keep them safe. Unfortunately what we do not often consider is that by being overbearing on our children, we can actually drive them into a rebellious stage that could have otherwise been avoided. The key,...

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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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Avoiding Harmful Drug Interactions.


Avoiding Harmful Drug Interactions

Avoid harmful drug interactions by reading the label carefully. People that intentionally abuse medications aren't the only ones that need to worry about drug interactions, anyone taking prescription drugs or over the counter medications do too. Drug interactions can be serious when certain...

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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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There's Help for People Experiencing Distress due to Disaster.


There's Help for People Experiencing Distress due to Disaster

Millions of people have survived a disaster that's taken place in their own personal life or in the life of someone they love and their world is torn upside down. Disasters such as tornados, tropical storms, floods, earthquakes, fires, and explosions are among the many unforeseen tragedies that...

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Avoid Chronic Heroin Addiction.


Avoid Chronic Heroin Addiction

I don't think people really understand the seriousness behind substance abuse and where their experimental drug use can eventually take them. No one realizes how quickly abusing prescription drugs or any other substance can change their lives forever or how easily a person can overdose on them. read more

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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