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An overview of the general effects of cocaine abuse on the user.
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We will discuss the basics of amphetamine abuse and how they produce their effects.
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Key points in harm-reduction that ensure as much safety as one feasibly can while using heroin.
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An alternate and more personal method of detox as opposed to a rehab center, hospital or self-detox.
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Recording And Confronting Substance Abuse Habits NotAJediOrSith
A resource to help you format a log to keep track of your drug use.
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An examination of the dangers associated with the presence of cocaethylene.
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The very basic physiological consequences of cocaethylene.
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Introducing the not-as-well known cousin of cocaine. The exclusive metabolite with a big bite.
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A general brochure that covers benzodiazepine class pharmaceuticals.
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The Substance Information Network Foundation is a small non profit who relies on donations to operate. We do not run banners or advertising. Our costs include: bandwidth costs hosting costs URL costs software costs hardware costs banking costs subscriptions custom software development...
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Methamphetamine is widely regarded as the most powerful central nervous system (CNS) stimulant known to man. Not only is it extremely hazardous to the human body, it is also tremendously hazardous to produce. To make matters even more toxic it is notoriously difficult for one to stop using...
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Historically many of the terms used to describe what we most commonly refer to as addiction have been used interchangeably. The American Psychiatric Association has flirted with all of these terms at various times. Concern was raised that the terms addiction and dependence carried a negative...
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Before I get into this subject, I need to first clarify something. Some people draw a distinction between spirituality and religion, others see them as the same thing, and others still do not believe in either concept. Throughout this article when I refer to spirituality I am talking about what...
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Smoking Cessation Products: There are a vast array of smoking cessation products available, however, availability differs from country to country. These products include: Transdermal patches (16 and 24-hour in varying strengths.) Chewing Gum (varying strengths) Lozenges that are dissolved...
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Quitlines Quitlines are a phone support service which can help in the process of quitting nicotine addiction: Country Organization Website Telephone Australia Australian National Preventative Health Agency quitnow 131 848 137 848 Austria Rauchertelefon rauchertelefon.at 0810810 013 Monday to...
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I would like to share with you with the results of a very viral survey that I found in the internet. It is no scientific study but still, I think it is worth discussing. The question of this survey was simple: Is addiction a mental disorder or a disease? The results are as follows and I find...
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a) Benzodiazepines. These are very often used to assist with the anxiety and sleeplessness of withdrawal. I have not seen conclusive evidence to sway me either way as to their efficacy. They will not help you sleep in serious withdrawal, at least not in "sensible" or even moderately stupid...
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My own view is no; ideally not. Stimulant use is utterly contraindicated, as although it might temporarily relieve the stress and boredom, the comedown and/or anxiety will seek a natural resolution in opiate use. Alcohol is for the most part a no-no, as it lowers inhibitions and consequently...
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Because 5 days is enough, by my reckoning, to adjust to a 5mg drop in dose. Ideally a slow taper should contain good days (i.e. the 5th day after a drop) but no "stagnation days"; hence I haven't said drop 5mg and stay on that for two weeks or a month, before making the next drop. In such a case...
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