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Drug Abuse
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Addiction to Prescription Drugs

Are you or a loved one addicted to prescription drugs? If so, you’re not alone. In 2011, 52 million people in the U.S. over the age of 12 used prescription drugs non-medically at least once in their lifetime, 6.2 million in the past month (Prescription Drug Addiction). Using prescription drugs recreationally can quickly lead to...
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Chemical Dependency versus Substance Abuse

The line between chemical dependency and substance use disorder is very fine. Addiction is defined by the American Society of Addiction Medicine as a “a treatable, chronic medical disease involving complex interactions among brain circuits, genetics, the environment, and an individual’s life experiences.”
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Social Acceptance of Drug Use

Reality television sensationalism and the detachment from reality in social media can make it seem as if drug use is socially acceptable. Many people deal with depression and the overwhelming pressures of their peers to fit in. It is one of the most heartbreaking feelings in the world to try to reach through to someone...
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Social Media and Substance Abuse

Social media can bring people together. But it also has a downside: it barrages us with misinformation, including inaccurate portrayals of substance abuse. Technology has completely changed the way we socialize, especially the younger generations. According to the 2011 National Teen Survey, “American teens ages 12-17 who spend any time on social networking sites are...
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Signs of Substance Abuse in a Loved One

If you think someone you love may be involved with drugs or alcohol, you can look for specific physical and behavioral cues. Despite the wide range of drugs available, they share some common outcomes that can be observed.
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Addiction Consquences

The consequences of addiction can be emotionally devastating and physically deadly. To understand addiction consequences, it’s important to recognize that addiction is a disease of the brain. In 2011, The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) released a new definition of addiction highlighting that addiction is a chronic brain disorder and not simply a behavioral...
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National Recovery Month

America’s communities are suffering from the consequences brought on by the ever-growing epidemic of addiction and mental illness. With the high price of treatment, many families and individuals are left without ever getting the help they need. According to The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), statistics show that last year close to...
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Is a DUI or DWI a Sign of Addiction?

Is being charged with a DUI or DWI a sign of addiction? The charge of a DUI or DWI can definitely bring on devastating consequences. From financial costs to having your driver’s license suspended or revoked to the social embarrassment, driving while under the influence can wreak havoc on you and your loved ones’ lives....
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Why do we try drugs?

The dangers of drug abuse are well known and widely discussed. It’s talked about everywhere from schools to TV to social media platforms. From an early age we are taught that drugs are bad and will, ultimately, only have a negative effect on our lives. So why do we try drugs? One reason we try...
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Benefits of Sober Monitoring

Re-entering the world after addiction recovery at a treatment facility can be frightening. But despite the dismal relapse statistics, you really can beat the odds. Say hello to a new recovery buzzword: Sober Monitoring. Sober monitoring can be paralleled to an architectural blueprint or structured plan to assist the newly recovered person live sober in...
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