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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Laudanum Withdrawal

2017-11-10T09:55:01-06:00 By |Illicit Drugs|

There are a number of reasons for which Laudanum might be prescribed today, including the treatment of pain, neonatal abstinence syndrome, diarrhea and similar ailments as well. Because it is one of the most potent of all oral forms of morphine available, the most common mechanism for abuse is overdose. Many people have overdosed on Laudanum simply because it is so highly concentrated. A single dose administered orally of between 100 mg and 150 mg in a normal, healthy adult can cause overdose and death.

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What is PCP?

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

PCP is a synthetic drug that was developed during the 1950s; it was originally developed to serve as an anesthetic that would be delivered by IV. Today people are abusing the use of PCP for completely different reasons. It produces mind altering and hallucinogenic effects and this is the largest allure that causes people to try using it. PCP as an intravenous anesthetic was completely discontinued for use in humans because it was causing delusions, agitation and irrationality.

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What is Rohypnol?

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

Rohypnol is manufactured in a capsule form. The original versions of the pill were white or off white, and they could easily be dissolved into any drink and be undetectable. The manufacturers of the product responded to concerns and began to produce colored versions of the pill that allowed it to dye the drink blue or green. This drug is especially popular when it comes to high school campuses and college campuses, and it often finds its way into night clubs and raves.

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