A visual representation of the amount of time meth remains detectable on urine, hair, saliva, and blood tests.
It is not an easy task to discuss a sensitive subject such as addiction with your boss. How do you start the conversation? Read here how you can safely present the news about your drug addiction problem to your employer.
Recovery support groups provide tangible benefits, but are 12-step groups and A.A. the only way? No! There are many other paths to recovery! Learn more about alternatives to A.A. here.
An all-you-need compilation of knowledge on morphine dependence, why and how it is formed, the signs and symptoms for identification, and ways to address your or a loved one’s dependence to morphine, here.
Do you have a video game problem? Here, we look at how gaming disorder is diagnosed as per the new guidelines published by the World Health Organization. More on how to identify gaming addiction in this guest blog article from clinical therapist, Obi Unaka.
Is group therapy adaptable for treating addiction? Yes! During times of crisis, groups can comfort and guide people who otherwise might be unhappy or lost. More on how groups can work FOR YOU in this article.
Medical detox includes interventions to manage Percocet withdrawal symptoms and make the process more humane. Cold turkey and tapered methods are two options people use when they quit. Find out more here.
Is stress causing your teen to look for ways to cope? More here on the physiological actions behind stress and how to lessen its impacts. For parents and teens!
Entering a structured crystal meth addiction program means you’ll receive medical help and assistance during your recovery journey. Learn more about rehab for crystal meth and start working on your sobriety today.
Learn more about the nature of crack dependence and how it is different from addiction. Then, explore how crack cocaine dependence can be addressed, here.
Does credit belong to the drugs or the writers? A look at how some of the best English language writers have struggled with addiction and often lost.