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Meth Overdose

Methamphetamine is a stimulant drug that causes feelings of alertness and euphoria. It is used as a second-line treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and it is also abused as a recreational drug. Chronic meth abuse is particularly damaging and can lead to paralysis, chronic anxiety, severe tooth decay (meth mouth), high blood pressure, and kidney failure. Using the[...] Read More

Which Commonly Used Substances Are Likely to Cause a False Positive?

Have you been asked to provide a biological sample for drug screening? A positive drug test can have some undesirable repercussions. Your boss may use it to suspend or fire you; it may ruin your reputation or even bar you from participating in various activities such as sporting activities. It also necessitates a rehabilitation plan to ensure you can cope[...] Read More

5 Things to Do When a Loved One Is Struggling With Addiction

The day you learn that your loved one has been suffering from a hidden substance use disorder is not an easy one. Whether you had an idea or were completely blindsided, nobody wants such a painful fact to be real. You run through many emotions in quick succession, from confusion to hurt to anger to despair, and the questions pile[...] Read More

Alcohol Withdrawal. What Are the Signs?

Alcohol Withdrawal. What Are the Signs? Alcohol consumption, and alcohol addiction more specifically, can have a number of problems for a person (not limited to the alcohol withdrawal symptoms which can be seen afterward). Unfortunately, for people living in the big modern cities, escaping from the presence of alcohol can be incredibly hard. This makes it an almost impossible task[...] Read More

Overcoming Alcohol Addiction. Alcohol Help.

What is Alcohol Addiction? Alcohol addiction is also referred to as alcoholism. Anyone can suffer from alcoholism.  There are various factors that could lead to alcoholism. These factors can be categorized into genetics, behavioral and psychological.  Alcoholism is an actual disease because it alters your neurochemistry and brain functions. Thus, an alcoholic has little control over their actions.  Your level[...] Read More