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  • ADHD
    ADHD
    ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. ADHD is a psychiatric behavioral disorder that affects children, adolescents, and adults.
  • Alcohol Addiction
    Alcohol Addiction
    Alcohol addiction is the compulsive need of intoxicating liquids that is made from a fermented grain or fruit. These liquids include wine, beer, champagne, and other hard liquors.
  • Alcohol Treatment
    Alcohol Treatment
    Overcoming the addiction of alcohol can be a difficult task to achieve. Sometimes it may even feel impossible. But don't let that stop you because it isn't.
  • Alcohol Withdrawals
    Alcohol Withdrawals
    When heavy drinkers decide to quit drinking they will experience some physical withdrawal symptoms from the alcohol, they can range from a slightly annoying withdrawal...
  • Cocaine Addiction
    Cocaine Addiction
    Cocaine addiction can reach anyone from celebrities, lawyers, fashion models, even wall-street traders, to a homeless man begging for change, it is accepted in situations that...
  • Cocaine Treatment
    Treatment of cocaine addiction is complex, and must address a variety of problems. Treatment strategies need to tend to the psychobiological, social, and pharmacological aspects...
  • Cocaine Withdrawal Symptoms
    Once a user takes cocaine on a regular basis, there tolerance level for the drug will increase, this will make the user want to use more periodically and in higher doses.
  • Co-occurring Disorders
    Co-Occurring Disorders
    The term co-occurring disorders replaces the terms dual disorder or dual diagnosis. These latter terms, though used commonly to refer to the combination of substance use...
  • Heroin Addiction
    Heroin is an illegal substance which derives from a poppy plant.Heroin Addiction is a state of being mentally or physically addicted to the substance. Heroin Addiction can lead...
  • Heroin Addiction Treatment
    There are vast amounts of variety for heroin addiction treatment. Once addiction is identified by the dependent, treatment becomes more effective. The first step...
  • Heroin Withdrawal Symptoms
    Heroin withdrawal refers to the wide range of symptoms that occur after stopping or dramatically reducing the intake rate of opiate drugs after heavy and prolonged use.
  • Marijuana Addiction
    Studies have shown that marijuana has the potential to cause problems in daily life or make a person's existing problems worse. When used in heavy doses users report...
  • Marijuana Treatment
    Marijuana dependence is starting to show a lot more similarities to other drug dependences. Long term clinical out-comes show to be less severe, on average...
  • Marijuana Withdrawal Symptoms
    The withdrawal symptoms associated with other drugs like heroin, or cocaine is far more severe than the withdrawal symptoms of marijuana. Although you may hear...
  • Methamphetamine Addiction
    Methamphetamine addiction is the state in which a dependent is physically and/or mentally addicted to the substance methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is a very...
  • Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment
    Methamphetamine addiction treatment for the highly addictive substance is available. Long term treatment centers have been very effective in overcoming methamphetamine addiction.
  • Methamphetamine Withdrawal Symptoms
    Methamphetamine withdrawals come from an abrupt stop from long term use of the substance. When there is prolonged use, it is normal for the body to grow a physical dependence to a substance.
  • OxyContin Addiction
    Oxycontin is an oral version of oxycodone, an opium derivative. Oxycodone is the ingredient in some other pain relievers like Percocet and Percodan. This medication was first introduced in 1995 as a pain killer.
  • OxyContin Withdrawal Symptoms
    Oxycontin withdrawal Symptoms are usually hazardous and life threatening. The withdrawal symptoms describe a wide range of symptoms that occur when the person stops or reduces the medication after a heavy or prolonged use.
  • Trauma and Substance Abuse
    For many years, both the mental health field and the addiction field have been extensively exploring the under-recognized connection between trauma, substance abuse, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
  • Xanax Addiction
    Xanax belongs to a group of drugs called benzodiazepines. It works by slowing down the movement of chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced.
  • Xanax Treatment
    Xanax is a form of benzodiazepines or alprazolam. Xanax is a highly addictive anti-anxiety medication. To identify an addiction to Xanax is not an easy task.
  • Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms
    Xanax works fast and has a relatively short half-life. This means that after quitting withdrawal symptoms begin quickly. Most people will start to feel symptoms within 12 hours, and symptoms will peak within 3 or 4 days.
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