Yes. You can get addicted to Adderall. Are you? Learn more about how Adderall affects the brain and who's most likely to get addicted to amphetamines here.
What contingency management interventions are most common? And most effective? More about using vouchers, gift cards, and cash in drug addiction treatment to improve outcomes here.
Medications for opioid withdrawal such as clonidine, promethazine and loperamide can control withdrawal symptoms during detox. Buprenorphine, methadone, LAAM and naltrexone are used in longer term care for opioid addiction. A comprehensive list of pharmaceutical interventions that can help support opioid withdrawal here.
Nicotine is highly addictive. We explore just how much and why here.
In this real story about addiction, meet Marylee and Cowboy from the Rosebud Reservation in Lakota Country, South Dakota. They share their story about alcoholism and meth addiction in an exclusive interview here.
Coffee (actually caffeine) can be addictive. But how bad is coffee for you in general? We review here.
We review the difference between normal hydrocodone withdrawal symptoms and side effects of hydrocodone detox here.
Yes. You can get to Black and Milds. Actually, the nicotine naturally found in tobacco is addictive. Learn more about how nicotine effects can lead to addiction here.
Native Americans may get drunk faster because of genetic predisposition to low alcohol tolerance. But cultural and environmental aspects of drinking can also affect drinking. Discuss Native American alcohol tolerance here.
Is K2 synthetic weed dangerous? Yes. We review K2 as a gateway drug, its short history and the problems of prohibition here. Your comments and feedback are welcomed.
Yes. Eating weed can get you high. But it usually takes longer and is less intense than inhaling marijuana smoke. More on bioavailability of marijuana smoked vs. eaten here. Plus, what to do if you want to quit weed totally.