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What are the Warning Signs of Drug Abuse?

What are the Warning Signs of Drug Abuse?

In 2013, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health stated that 23.5 million people over the age of 12 needed treatment for some sort of drug or alcohol abuse problem. This was four years ago. With drug use...

How Alcohol Abuse Is Doing More Than Just Physical Harm

How Alcohol Abuse Is Doing More Than Just Physical Harm

Indulged in across the world, alcohol is a significant part of our daily lives. It is commonly mistaken to be a stimulant; while it is, in fact, a central nervous system depressant. From drinking on occasions with friends, to celebrating events and socializing, most...

The Drug with a Deceptive Name: The Underreported Dangers of Bath Salts

The Drug with a Deceptive Name: The Underreported Dangers of Bath Salts

‘Bath salts’ sounds like an innocent term for an innocent product. But don’t let the name deceive you. Just like how the term ‘prescription painkillers’ lead people to think they are not dangerous, many treat bath salts as a comparatively safer drug. While this may be...

Deadly Myths about Alcohol Consumption

Deadly Myths about Alcohol Consumption

People assume alcohol is a safe substance simply because it is legal. But just because one has the freedom to drink it does not mean it is safe. Here is a look at some of the false ideas people have about alcohol abuse and the consequences they can have. Alcohol Does...

6 Excuses For Not Going To Rehab

6 Excuses For Not Going To Rehab

I Feel Happy When I Use Drugs I Will Lose Friends After Going To Addiction Rehab I Don’t Like Public Speaking I Need Drugs To Enhance My Creativity I Cannot Work Without Being High It Is Not As Bad As You Think No More Excuse For Addiction Recovery Program. Contact...

A Loved One with PTSD: What You Should Know

A Loved One with PTSD: What You Should Know

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is not only a byproduct of war on veterans. It can happen to anyone who goes through a traumatizing incident, such as sexual assault or a terror attack. If you have a loved one who has survived a terrible incident, but now suffers...