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1 Brain circuits and drug use

Brain circuits and drug use

August 31st, 2011

Drugs behave on brain circuits in common ways. Neuroscientist, Dr. Paul Farrow, reviews brain circuits and drug use. What happens in the mind of a drug addict? Find out here.

9 AA founder's original message

AA founder's original message

August 29th, 2011

What did AA founders believe about alcoholism? The founders of AA believed that addiction is a curable disease. More here.

1 DUI assessment questions

DUI assessment questions

August 27th, 2011

Every state has different laws for DUI and DWI convinctions. And the DUI assessment questions are different, too. Common features of DUI assessments here.

9 When you should not stop drinking cold turkey

When you should not stop drinking cold turkey

August 26th, 2011

You should not stop drinking cold turkey if you expect alcohol withdrawal. Alcohol withdrawal requires medical management. We review specific risks of complications during cold turkey withdrawal from alcohol here.

1 Mephedrone effects

Mephedrone effects

August 25th, 2011

What exactly is Mephedrone and what effects does Mephedrone have? 5 facts about mephedrone before you use it here.

75 Can you get high on Suboxone?

Can you get high on Suboxone?

August 24th, 2011

Yes, you can get high on Suboxone if you take it other than prescribed. But crushing Suboxone can trigger withdrawal symptoms. More on Suboxone formula and euphoric effect here.

63 Adderall withdrawal

Adderall withdrawal

August 22nd, 2011

A complete guide on what to expect during Adderall withdrawal. Info on dangers, causes, symptoms and duration of Adderall withdrawal here.

24 Adderall withdrawal treatment

Adderall withdrawal treatment

August 20th, 2011

Help for Adderall withdrawal includes detox, assessment and treatment. No medications exist for Adderall withdrawal yet. Learn more about possible future medicines and recommended therapies for Adderall withdrawal treatment here.

73 Pills to help you stop drinking

Pills to help you stop drinking

August 18th, 2011

Naltrexone, Acamprosate, and Disulfiram are all FDA approved medications to help you stop drinking. More on medications for alcohol use disorder here.

47 Adderall withdrawal symptoms

Adderall withdrawal symptoms

August 17th, 2011

Adderall withdrawal is characterized by drug cravings, sleep problems, slower reflexes and mood disorders. Learn to distinguish normal Adderall withdrawal symptoms from those that require immediate medical attention here.

2 Lemons cure hangover

Lemons cure hangover

August 15th, 2011

Can lemons cure a hangover? Yes, lemon juice MIGHT help hangovers. We review this folk remedy for alcohol hangovers, how lemon juice works in the body, plus a few lemon juice recipes here.

4OxyContin addiction statistics

OxyContin addiction statistics

August 28th, 2011

Top 5 annual .gov reports with statistics on OxyContin use, abuse and addiction facts. Plus, where to find OxyContin addiction statistics on the web.

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What drugs help with OxyContin addiction?

August 23rd, 2011

Two opioid drugs are approved for the treatment of OxyContin addiction: methadone and buprenorphine. But clonidine and naltrexone can help, too. More on drugs for OxyContin addiction here.

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6Does Ultram make you tired?

Does Ultram make you tired?

August 19th, 2011

Yes, Ultram can make you tired. Up to 25% of people who take Ultram and Ultram ER report extreme sleepiness. What can you do about it? We review here.

17Can you get high off nutmeg?

Can you get high off nutmeg?

August 16th, 2011

Yes, you can get high off nutmeg. But nutmeg also causes hallucinations, delusion and even death. More on nutmeg's psychotropic effects here.

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