Substance Addiction vs Process Addiction
Jan08

Substance Addiction vs Process Addiction

Many people think that the word “addiction” refers solely to a craving for a substance, like alcohol, drugs or nicotine addiction. This is certainly one type of addiction, which can have serious consequences to physical, emotional and mental health. It’s not the only kind though.

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Drug Abuse Addiction!
Oct29

Drug Abuse Addiction!

Addiction to drugs is a result of an individual developing a strange dependency on a prescription or non-prescription drug in order to relieve pain after an accident or injury. Usually, most pain killers result in a kind of habit forming. In this case, the individual craves for the drug. Drug addiction can also occur when an individual chooses to abuse his or her body via taking illegal drugs. Addiction to any type of drug is a...

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Teen Drug Abuse
Sep17

Teen Drug Abuse

Drug abuse by teenagers is very common, which can lead to disastrous consequences in the future. A large proportion of deaths in people between 15 and 24 are reportedly connected in some way or the other to drug or alcohol abuse. Such abuse also leads to violent criminal acts, such as assault, murder or rape. Some young people also take drugs to overcome depression and anxiety. If a young member of your family suddenly starts behaving...

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Addiction Treatment Is A Choice
Aug20

Addiction Treatment Is A Choice

People become victims of substance abuse for different and often inscrutable reason. But whatever these reasons are, it is undeniable that this problem wrecks havoc in the lives of its victims and the society. It is proven that there is a connection between the increasing crime rate and substance use. Other than being perpetrators of crimes, people under the influence of substances damage their own health. Cases of drug overdose,...

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Heroin Addiction
Jul04

Heroin Addiction

Heroin is a highly addictive, illegal drug. It among the most abused and fastest acting of the opiates (opiates, also called narcotics, are a family of drugs which are used in the medical profession to relieve pain, but are also highly abused due to this very property). It induces a feeling of intense ecstasy and brings on this effect with rapidity, making it the drug of choice among recreational users seeking a quick ‘rush’. It is...

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Morphine: A Pain Medicine and Addiction
May29

Morphine: A Pain Medicine and Addiction

Morphine is an opioid analgesic and is used to treat moderate to severe pain. Morphine pain medicine works by affecting how the body senses pain. While effective in treating pain, morphine can be quite addictive and can be potentially abused should a dependency develop. Morphine is most often taken orally through a pill, capsule or liquid. It is also taken rectally by means on a suppository or intravenously. The latter is the...

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