Ever wonder what to call a cigarette laced with cocaine? Here are Top 10 street names and descriptions for drugs mixed with cigarettes. Smoke smoke smoke that cigarette, plus some.
Tramadol is medically indicated for pain relief of many medical conditions. Learn how, when, and why doctors prescribe Tramadol, and why people have started to use Tramadol recreationally. Plus, review possible Tramadol addiction symptoms. More here.
The real life of a heroin addict is not pretty. This diary entry is a brief look at the immediate needs of a heroin addict on a day-to-day basis. From his latest book "What's Left of Us", Richie Farrell tells it what it's like to be a heroin addict in real and scary terms.
Yes and No. The DEA and FDA don't think that Tramadol's potential for abuse is high enough to make it a narcotic. But its qualities are narcotic-like. Should Tramadol become an official narcotic? We discuss here.
How does the DEA classify Ambien? Narcotic or not? Learn more about Ambien, what is does and its potential for prescription drug addiction here. Also, we discuss whether Ambien should be considered a narcotic, or not here. Join the dialogue.
This memoir aims to educate people about addiction and its treatment, help addicts move beyond the past, and inspire them to fulfill their potential. But it totally misses the mark. As always, my honest opinion about what to add (OR NOT) to your recovery library.
The U.S. government's Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) just updated their website. Yay. Although their core mission is to reduce the impact of drug and alcohol abuse and mental illness on our communities, their technological tools and marketing efforts are sadly behind the times. We explore here.
Should video gamers totally abstain from gaming in order to recover from gaming addiction? We look at what the experts recommend and discuss possible recovery strategies for video game addiction here.
This autobiographical tale of a seven day detox for heroin is an honest, candid and surprising look into what motivates a drug and sex addict. More here on why you should buy this book!
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has created a fact guide about prescription and obver-the-counter medications. We review the top three classes of prescription drugs typically misused, and their side effects in this brief synopsis.
This book promises to tell you how to keep "secret alcoholics" from hurting your business. Does it live up to its promises to help you protect the workplace? As always, an honest review here.