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  1. A Look At Crystal Methedrine Addiction Treatment By Bill Urell
    Treatment for crystal methedrine addiction is of the utmost importance for anyone suffering from crystal methedrine. Crystal methedrine treatment is often the only way someone suffering from meth addiction can overcome his dependency on it. It is a very addictive drug and difficult to shake off on your own.Crystal methedrine treatment can come in a variety of forms. The most intense type of crystal methedrine addiction treatment is staying at an inpatient methedrine addiction treatment fa…


  2. Codeine Addiction: Relevant Facts By Bill Urell
    Codeine addiction is a form of addiction that often sneaks up on the person involved in its use. This is because codeine is a medication that is prescribed to help alleviate pain. This makes it easy for a person who takes codeine to develop a codeine addiction, because he or she thinks codeine is the only way to cope with their pain. Eventualyy the mind shift is that it is OK to take it to prevent pain from happening whether needed or not.Since it is easy to develop a codeine addiction when …


  3. Overcoming Addictions - Your Key to Survival! By Shelley Hitz
    There are some alarming facts to consider regarding addictive disorders. For instance, a recent report in the National Drug Addiction Recovery Month Kit showed the cost of alcohol and illicit drug use in the workplace, including lost productivity, accidents and medical claims to be an estimated $140 billion per year.Another fact: every eight seconds, a person dies due to a tobacco-related illness, according to the World Health Organization.Also, an estimated 28 percent to 30 percent of people …


  4. Recovery: The Light At The End Of The Tunnel By Jay Bartels
    They say you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink. That is the struggle our friends and families are up against until we finally agree to go to a 12 step meeting. In the years that I've been in recovery, I have felt that feeling of hopelessness many times while trying to express these words to them ."If I could come out of the gutter and live as a responsible member of society, then there is no reason why you couldn't receive the same blessings as I have". When they finally …


  5. Treating Gambling Addiction an Introduction By Tyler D King
    Gambling addiction is a serious issue and help is available to the problem gambler. Pathologic gambling is an addiction because of the 'rush' you feel when you win money. A person's experiences and personality type also play a large role in gambling addictions. People who are pathologic gamblers can't control their impulses to gamble. There are many differnt degrees of addiction. All which can be treated differntly.There are several methods use to treat gambling addictions. Most treatment prog…


  6. The Problem of Crystal Methedrine Addiction By Bill Urell
    Crystal Methedrine addiction is a still a problem in American society. There seems to be less publicity about it but it still is a popular drug It is serious because Crystal Methedrine addiction it can lead to serious mental and physical damage, even death.The effects of crystal methedrine addiction can vary depending upon the individual involved in the crystal methedrine. All of the effects of crystal methedrine, however, fall in to one of two categories: short-term or long-term.A person …


  7. Hallucinogens: What They Are and What to Do About Them By Jill L. Ferguson
    What is a Hallucinogen?Hallucinogens are drugs that alter human perception and mood. According to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), “The biochemical, pharmacalogical and physiological basis for hallucinogenic activity is not well understood.” What is understood is that these substances produce changes in perception, thought and mood. These changes may be either pleasant or extremely frightening.Hallucinogens affect the regions and structures of the brain, the neurotransmitters, …


  8. Drug Addiction – Information on Magic Mushrooms By Marcus Essex
    Magic Mushrooms, as they are known, are naturally occurring Fungi which are usually consumed raw or dried and ground up and drank in tea or coffee, and produce hallucinogenic effects. There are many, many different types and varieties of magic mushrooms with varying strengths. Basically the mushrooms free up the imagination to internal or external influences and let it run without bounds, whether the ‘trip’ be pleasurable or a nightmarish experience is almost uncontrollable. It generally takes…


  9. The Problem of Cocaine Addiction By Bill Urell
    Cocaine addiction is a still a problem in American society. There seems to be less publicity about it but it still is a popular drug It is serious because cocaine addiction it can lead to serious mental and physical damage, even death.The effects of cocaine addiction can vary depending upon the individual involved in the cocaine addiction. All of the effects of cocaine addiction, however, fall in to one of two categories: short-term or long-term.A person who uses cocaine just once is capab…


  10. The Truth About Computer Addiction By Bill Urell
    Is it stretching things to be speaking of computer use in terms of addiction? What if your job involves using a computer eight hours as day, are you addicted? It really comes down to a matter of intent and effect. With the ease of accessing computers, it is becoming increasingly easier to develop a computer addiction. Computer addiction affects people of all ages and of all social backgrounds.Computer addiction is something that easily occurs in those who wish to hide their identity. A comp…


  11. Drug Addiction – Information on Amphetamines By Marcus Essex
    Amphetamines, more commonly known by their slang names 'speed' or 'Billy whiz' come in a white powder form which can be made soluble and injected, occasionally inhaled, but more often than not swallowed. Amphetamines are prescribed as a stimulant which increase ones alertness both mentally and physically. In correct medically prescribed usage they are used to treat a variety of conditions, such as varying degrees of narcolepsy and also young children which suffer from ADD, Attention Deficit Di…


  12. Drug Addiction - Information on Cocaine and Crack Cocaine By Marcus Essex
    Cocaine: The glamour drug, the expensive 'rich mans drug'. Crack cocaine: The cheap and highly addictive cocaine/baking soda derivative, drug of choice for the homeless and poverty stricken. Cocaine, in powder form is inhaled via the nostril or is made soluble and injected into the bloodstream. Sometimes it is even mixed with heroin prior to injecting, which is known as snowballing. This is a practice which leads to more fatalities than simple heroin use. Crack cocaine is smoked and due to its…


  13. Are You Tired of Fighting and Losing the Battle Against that One Thing? By Jesse Harwell
    One thing. It is always one thing. One thing that keeps us from being closer to our Creator. We all have many things, but we also have our “one thing.” This one thing is what some might call a stronghold. A cornerstone of sin and distance. The one thing in our life we get uncomfortable thinking about… confessing to one another… The one thing which we know, in our heart of hearts needs to go. Yet we cling. We grasp like grasping for the wind.Sitting in Chicago traffic on the way home …


  14. How Does One's Consciousness Change As We Evolve and Become More Spiritual? By George Lockett
    An understanding of how we can break the cycle of cause and effect and gain stability in our lives.The main change we notice is from being caught up in an individual thought, and having it take over our entire mind, to having a more expanded view on life. When we get a very strong thought especially a negative one it can sweep us along and we can find that we have done things that we really did not want to do.To avoid this happening it is possible to experience thoughts on different levels. I.…


  15. Facing Up to Drug Addiction By Ann Knight
    Drug Abuse UpcloseDrug abuse is one of the biggest problems facing the world today. It destroys millions of lives, tears families apart and robs the public purse of tens of billions of dollars each year. And as the scourge of drug addiction tightens its grip on society, governments the world over watch in helpless horror, seemingly powerless to stem the tide of terrible consequences.Let's face it, the so-called War on Drugs simply isn't working. One of the most awkward questions confronting po…


  16. Grieving Personal Wounds By Bob Parkins
    While recently at a men’s conference on sexual addiction, the group I was facilitating had been processing the relationship between personal wounds and sexually acting-out. While it is often exciting to watch men reconnect with their hearts and risk vulnerability by sharing painful experiences, I encountered quite a bit of resistance from the group. Men often ask me what the purpose of "rehashing" the past, "blaming" one's parents, or they will give me a monologue on "choices" and "personal …


  17. Rehab: Find Treatment Now! By Lucky Balaraman
    At the beginning it is important to know that drug addiction can be conquered with rehab. It takes hope, determination and treatment by skilled specialists. It is a difficult task, akin to steadily climbing a hill with a heavy load, other physical hardships and constant fear. But the good news is that reaching the top of the hill is a 100% certainty!Emergency HelpFirst and foremost, if at this moment you are in a state of crisis, call any of these numbers NOW for immediate help and guidance:· …


  18. Some Thoughts on Alcohol Addiction By Bill Urell
    The textbook definition of alcohol addiction, also referred to as alcoholism, is the dependence on alcohol. The consumption of which is marked by obsession and compulsion and adversely affects behavior and social or work functions. It produces withdrawal symptoms when intake is stopped or greatly reduced. However, if you are an alcoholic or a person directly involved with a person with an alcohol addiction, you know that it is more to alcoholism then the textbook definition.Alcohol addiction a…


  19. A Look At Cocaine Addiction Treatment By Bill Urell
    Treatment for cocaine addiction is of the utmost importance for anyone suffering from cocaine addiction. Cocaine addiction treatment is often the only way someone suffering from cocaine addiction can overcome his dependency on cocaine. It is a very addictive drug and difficult to shake off on your own.Cocaine addiction treatment can come in a variety of forms. The most intense type of cocaine addiction treatment is staying at an inpatient cocaine addiction treatment facility. At an inpatien…


  20. Crack Addiction: No Longer A 'Cheap' High By Bill Urell
    Crack addiction affects people of all ages throughout the United States. The number of people suffering from crack addiction continues to rise, in part, because supporting a crack addiction is initially relatively inexpensive. That makes it easy to get hooked. Unfortunately, crack is highly addictive, making it very easy to develop a crack addiction even for someone who want to try it 'just once.'Crack addiction is also on the rise because it is the 'poor man’s' version of the powdered form …


  21. Pain Patients not Likely to Develop Opioid Addictions By Alan Russell
    • Re: "The trials of treating pain," the Medical Post, May 14.I read with interest and disagreement this article about chronic non-malignant pain. Over the last two decades, chronic pain has been a fascination of mine since it is shielded from the majority of physicians. Physicians and public alike have been dazzled by major breakthroughs in the treatment of hypertension, dislipidemia, etc., yet in chronic pain there have been few advances.Dr. David Saul writes that he finds chronic pain patie…


  22. Sexual Addiction By Tyler D King
    Sex addiction is one of the least talked about and least understood of all addictions. This is mainly because of our society's unwillingness to take a honest look at sexuality. However recently a more clearer understanding of sex addictions is being reached. Today the idea that someone could be hooked on sex is unsettling to most people. Most will deny that the problem is actually a chemical addiction and suggest that its really cause someone is a 'slut' or 'player' or that the person is just …


  23. Are You A Food Addict? By Connie Limon
    You may overdose on potato chips or tortilla chips once in a while, but would you consider yourself to be a food addict? The answer is important, because it could be the key to determining what course of action you need to take in order to lose weight. A number of medical experts say that food addiction is just as serious as nicotine or cocaine addiction—and can potentially be just as deadly.When you suffer from food addiction, you have an overwhelming desire for a particular food. The desi…


  24. Oxycodone Addiction - It's Just Medicine Right? By Bill Urell
    Oxycodone is an narcotic analgesic used to control pain and an anti-cough medication. A common brand name is Oxycontin. Oxycodone addiction and use has been increasingly dramatically in the past ten years. In fact, the average use of oxycodone in the United States has increased by 300% of the past decade. Likewise, the number of emergency room visits related to oxycodone addiction and use has increased by 500%.Since oxycodone is meant to be taken orally, it has become an attractive drug of …


  25. Drug Addiction – Information on Steroids By Marcus Essex
    Steroids are basically derived from male testosterone. They usually come in the form of an injection or a pill. Steroids do have legitimate medical application for those who suffer from motor diseases of the body, such as bone or muscle wasting diseases; steroids are used to counter the effect, as well as males suffering from testosterone deficiency. Since the 1980's steroids have become the 'gain muscle quick' drug of bodybuilders. In the bodybuilding world, steroid abuse/misuse is at its mos…






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