Methadone Abuse, Signs, Symptoms, and Addiction Treatment

2017-11-10T09:54:43-06:00 By |Illicit Drug Addiction, Prescription Drug Addiction, Prescription Drugs|

One of the biggest risks associated with this medication is misuse. Methadone is an extremely physically addictive drug,” which is why its use is highly regulated in specifically licensed clinics. Certain effects associated with methadone can be very dangerous. Because the drug is an opioid, a person can still overdose on it, which means that shallow or no breathing, coma, and extreme drowsiness are all signs of an overdose. Idividuals may experience seizures as a result of this medication.

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Speed Abuse, Signs, Symptoms, and Addiction Treatment

2017-11-10T09:54:44-06:00 By |Illicit Drug Addiction, Illicit Drugs|

Speed can cause severe physical and psychological effects when used recreationally, and many individuals who choose to use it this way commonly become addicted to the effects of this drug class. A person will likely become more animated, excited, and talkative while on the drug. Many people also experience severe weight loss that can lead to malnourishment. Decreased sleep that occurs while a person is on the drug only intensifies the severity of its psychotic effects.

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Psychedelic Mushrooms Abuse and Treatment Information

2017-11-10T09:54:55-06:00 By |Illicit Drug Addiction, Illicit Drugs|

Psychedelic mushrooms are a type of dangerous hallucinogenic drug. When people abuse psychedelic mushrooms, they put themselves at serious risk of deadly consequences. Drug mushrooms contain a psychedelic chemical known as psilocybin. Hallucinogens often affect the body by causing delirium, and intensification of the senses. People are also more likely to commit dangerous acts during a bad trip, and this is often the cause of hallucinogen-related deaths.

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What are Hallucinogens?

2017-11-10T09:55:07-06:00 By |Illicit Drug Addiction|

Hallucinogens are one of the most abused drugs due to their ability to alter the individual’s perception of what is real. They cause individuals to see, hear and feel things that are not there. The emotions are overly dramatic for individuals who are under the influence of hallucinogens and swing rapidly with no warning. Hallucinogens offer those who use them the ability to lost track of time and reality. hallucinogens cause individuals to do unexpected things and not think clearly.

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What are Predatory Drugs?

2017-11-10T09:55:07-06:00 By |Illicit Drug Addiction|

Date Rape Drugs are capable of rendering the person using them or the victim, completely incapable of resisting physical or sexual advances. Sexual assaults that are facilitated by these drugs are unfortunately quite difficult to recognize and even prosecute, because many of the victims are completely unaware of the fact that they ingested a drug at all. These drugs are all odorless and invisible once they are dissolved into a drink.

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Heroin Abuse Treatment and Addiction Reference

2017-11-10T09:55:31-06:00 By |Illicit Drug Addiction|

Heroin is one of many commonly abused drugs in the United States. It causes significant impact on the health and crime rate. Heroin use is dangerous, not only to the drug user, but to others as well. Heroin is also one of the hardest drugs to recover from once addiction sets in and unfortunately, highly addictive. Heroin abuse also includes a variety of side effects and dangers. These dangers can be physical, emotional, behavioral and psychological.

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