The U.S. National Survey on Drug Use and Health has found that about 8.6 million citizens aged 12+ have admitted to using crack. But, what does the typical person using crack cocaine look like? This infographic is based on trusted governmental statistics and can answer your questions. Check it out!
How much does using methamphetamines (meth) cost you compared to the cost of investing in treatment? A snapshot of the cost-benefit analysis this infographic.
Who seeks heroin addiction treatment and rehabilitation services within the United States? Discover national trends and statistics in pour infographic, and learn more about who seeks help for heroin, here.
Who asks for meth addiction help and who gets treated? In this infographic, you can explore the National trends for meth abuse treatment admissions. Learn more, here.
Consuming larger quantities of alcoholic drinks, frequently and for a long period of time can cause significant physical and mental changes. More in this infographic.
What is the face of cocaine users in the U.S.? Discover the number of male and female cocaine abusers, their average age at first use, how many snort or inject the drug, and many more cocaine use statistics. Check out this infographic to learn more.
Long-term use or illicit abuse of oxycodone can impact your psychological and physiological well-being. Some negative effects include dependency, feeling high, occurrence or worsening of anxiety and/or depression. Learn about the unwanted consequences of Oxy in our detailed infographic, here.
Percocet has a high habit-forming potential for anyone who uses it continuously over the long therm, or abuses it illegally. Explore the effects of Percocet addiction, here.
Excessive drinking costs the U.S. $249 billion a year in lost work productivity, healthcare, and social expenses. More here on these costs compared to alcoholism treatment. Text and graphics to help you make sense of the stats.
Using hydrocodone for extended periods can lead to some sexual issues. However, the effects of hydrocodone on men’s and women’s sexuality are resolved after the medication is stopped for a while. Learn more here.