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Month: November 2018

Withdrawal Symptoms of Heroin

Withdrawal Symptoms of Heroin

Heroin is a highly addictive substance. For those suffering from heroin addiction, life becomes a constant struggle and for those that decide to quit, the withdrawal symptoms can be tremendously uncomfortable, life-threatening and extremely painful. While some people choose to go through detox and withdrawal on their own, it is highly recommended that it takes place under the strict supervision of drug treatment experts. One of the main reasons most people relapse during withdrawal is because of the adverse symptoms…

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Effective and Proven Benefits of a Detox

Effective and Proven Benefits of a Detox

Drug and alcohol addiction is one of the most underestimated problems in a society. It is very prevalent contrary to what people may think. The statistics show a very dire situation that needs to be tackled. For instance, there are over 20 million Americans above 12 who have an addiction which does not include tobacco. Every day, about 100 people die from overdoses and over 5 million visit emergency rooms due to drug related conditions. If this is not shocking…

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The Adverse Impacts of Drug Use

The Adverse Impacts of Drug Use

Do you indulge in substance abuse? Drug use has negative impacts on your life in very many ways. Anyone is capable of becoming an addict as long as he or she is exposed to a prescribed medication or illegal drugs that are habit-forming. Some people are predisposed to develop addictive behavior when introduced to various drugs.  This read will shed light on all the aspects of life that are negatively affected by drug use. Law Most of the drugs that…

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Coming to Rehab in California

Coming to Rehab in California

In addition to being America’s most prestigious states, California is also well-known for offering numerous rehabilitation options that accept insurance, including free inpatient drug rehab centers to individuals who are ready to kick their dependence to substances such as opioids, prescription drugs, cocaine, heroin, and alcohol. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the drug presence in California has continued to rise seeing over 28,000 people die from an opioid and heroin-related overdose in 2014. California is a…

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