Who seeks stimulants addiction help and who is admitted to rehab? In this infographic, you can explore the National trends for stimulant addiction treatment program admissions. Learn more, here.
THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO QUITTING KHAT. Learn how to safely quit Khat for good. We’ll review medical treatment options and what you can expect from rehab. More here.
This is the DEFINITIVE GUIDE on speed addiction, treatment options, and interventions that work. More on the science behind addiction to speed here.
A review of available therapy and rehabilitation options for addiction to bath salts. Learn more on what to expect during treatment in this A-Z GUIDE. Break free from bath salts addiction TODAY!
Dextroamphetamine addiction is a medical condition and is treated medically. In fact, programs all across the nation that can provide you the help you need. Learn more on how you to choose the best rehab program for you…and what to expect. Your DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO ADDICTION TREATMENT here.
Meth belongs to the group of drugs called stimulants and is not a narcotic. Read more about the addictive potential of meth and it’s placement under the Controlled Substances Act, here.
Snorting cocaine causes a euphoric rush to the head and can lead to addiction. But what are the exact dangers of abusing cocaine by insufflating it? Read more about the effects of snorted cocaine here.
Rehab doesn’t have to be scary. Here, we review what happens from the moment you check-in until you leave and set up a longer term recovery plan. Learn more about meth rehab here.
Crack is super addictive! A 28 day stay in rehab is the bare minimum for most people. In fact, some patients may be asked to stay in rehabilitation programs for crack for 3 months, or more. Learn more about the factors that lead to rehab duration, here.
The promises and dangers of smart drugs: Understanding the implications of using “smart drugs” to improve performanceFebruary 3rd, 2016
We explore the abuse of so called “smart drugs” taken to enhance learning abilities by people who are not prescribed. What are the risks for addiction and unwanted side-effects? See more, here.