The National Survey on Drug Use and Health reports that about 584.000 people have sought treatment for a cocaine problem within the past year. Check out this infographic to learn who needs and seeks cocaine addiction treatment help in the U.S.
Looking for cocaine rehab treatment? Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of inpatient and outpatient cocaine rehabilitation to help you make the best choice for yourself. Read more, here.
Serious problems manifest in the brain and body of heroin users. The immune system is in serious danger, and heart and respiratory are common. More on the effects of heroin, here.
The best way to come off Ativan is to consult your doctor about it. Stopping abruptly can be dangerous and can cause a number of unpleasant withdrawal effects. Read this article to find out how to safely stop using Ativan.
You can get addicted to Valium if you take the medication for its effects on the brain. Learn more here about how Valium addiction is formed. By the end of the article, you should be able recognize the signs and symptoms of addiction. Questions are welcomed at the end.
The GUIDE TO HEROIN WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS. More on duration of symptoms and what to expect, when. A visual guide here.
The onset of cocaine effects can be felt within 5 to 10 minutes after you take the drug. But have you ever wondered which factors can influence cocaine onset time? We explain, here.
A friend or a loved one is using ecstasy too often and too much? So much so that it’s starting to influence other aspects of their life and is worrying you. Discover here what you can do about it.
Are you an addict looking for a practical handbook on dealing with negative thinking patterns? Check out this workbook for Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) to put an end to self-imposed suffering. More on why we recommend this applicable and easy to read e-book here.
What does the typical meth user look like? In this infographic you can explore the age, gender, past year and past month meth use, mode of methamphetamine administration and emergency room visits.