Quitting Drugs and Alcohol

It is easier said than done…but quitting an addiction to drugs and alcohol can be accomplished. Although research supports the fact that many alcoholics and addicts have a difficult time of resisting the urge to use and “just say no” to their substance abuse; it is possible to have a life that is free from addiction.

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Detox for High Dose Methadone Dependency

Since 1947, Methadone has been used in opiate dependency and addiction treatment and also as a pain reliever. This is not to say that Methadone has not been without a certain amount of criticism and consequences including dramatic increases in daily doses from 15 mg to as much as 300 mg. Individuals wanting to quit find themselves at a crossroads of whether tapering or detox for high does methadone dependency is the best solution.

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Is There A Cure for Alcoholism?

If you or a loved one have struggled with alcoholism, there have probably been moments that you thought, “if they (I) would just stop drinking then the problem would end” – however, it is not that simple. Alcoholism is not as simple to fix as wishing someone could stop drinking and unfortunately it is something that affects everyone involved in the alcoholic’s life.

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Longterm Effects of College Alcohol Abuse

College is a time to discover new ways of looking at things, to explore your horizons and for many it is the opportunity to engage in athletics, participate in “Greek life”, join a club or be involved in student government. Unfortunately, college life has also been linked to alcohol abuse including hazing and binge drinking. The fact is that the lifetime effects of alcohol abuse in college may include a shortened lifetime span.

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