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Opioid-Induced Androgen Deficiency Opioid-Induced Androgen Deficiency

Opioid-induced androgen deficiency is one negative side effect of long-term opioid abuse. Though managing pain with opioids is highly effective, it can result in hormone deficiencies. What Is Opioid-Induced Androgen Deficiency? Opioid-Induced Androgen Deficiency (OPIAD) was discovered to be a possible consequence of opioid use about four decades ago. OPIAD is a syndrome caused by […]

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Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Timeline

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The benzodiazepine withdrawal timeline shows different severities of symptoms likely lasting over the course of weeks. Professional treatment may help a person cope with this often painful process. What Is Benzodiazepine Withdrawal? Benzodiazepine withdrawal is the period of sickness that occurs when a person dependent to benzodiazepines stops using them. Benzodiazepine dependence means a person’s […]

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The Dangers Of Using Tin Foil To Smoke Drugs

The Dangers Of Using Tin Foil To Smoke Drugs

In pursuit of the next fix or high, some individuals go to great lengths to be able to use a drug, including fashioning tin foil (aluminum foil) into a smoking apparatus. Smoking a drug this way can make an already dangerous practice even more risky. Drug abuse, regardless of the drug of choice or method […]

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Commonly Abused Over-The-Counter (OTC) Medications


Certain over-the-counter medications can be very dangerous when abused. This is especially true when they’re combined with alcohol or other drugs, a common practice in patterns of abuse and addiction. Many people may believe over-the-counter medications are safer than abused prescription medications or illicit drugs. Yet abuse of these drugs can lead to a variety […]

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Amphetamine Withdrawal And Detox Amphetamine Withdrawal And Detox

Abuse of amphetamines, a class of prescription stimulants, may lead to addiction. Once a person is addicted, stopping use of amphetamines can be difficult, and may cause a person to feel sick, depressed, and unmotivated. These feelings arise from misusing amphetamines and likely result from a condition called dependence. Dependence occurs when a person’s body […]

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Loneliness and Addiction Loneliness and Addiction

Loneliness is strongly connected to addiction, as is the isolation which accompanies loneliness. Sometimes loneliness can lead to addiction or result from it. If these issues are left unresolved, addiction and loneliness can create a dangerous relationship where one feeds the other. The Loneliness Epidemic Loneliness has been referred to as a modern-day epidemic. Some […]

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Using The Marchman Act To Get Your Loved One Into Rehab Involuntarily

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A person suffering with an addiction may be unwilling to admit they have a problem, and seek help. The Marchman Act may help family members get loved ones into drug rehab even if he or she refuses treatment. Understanding The Marchman Act Florida’s Substance Abuse Impairment Act (Marchman Act) is part of a Florida statute […]

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Treating Cocaine Addiction In Pregnant Women

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How Is Cocaine Addiction Treatment In Pregnant Women Different? There are a few things that make getting treatment for cocaine addiction more difficult for pregnant women. These can include: increased negative social stigma around drug addiction, fear of losing custody of their children, lack of insurance coverage, lack of transportation and child care, and difficulty […]

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Opioid Overdoses Decrease Life Expectancy In The United States

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Life expectancy in the U.S. dropped due to the increased rate of opioid overdose deaths. Treating opioid dependence and addiction is the best way to help combat this ongoing epidemic. Opioid Overdose Deaths Reach New Highs As drug overdose deaths increased at an alarming rate of 21 percent in 2016, life expectancy dropped two and […]

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Adderall Withdrawal And Detoxification Adderall Withdrawal And Detoxification

Adderall withdrawal symptoms occur in people who have abused Adderall by taking much larger doses than prescribed. Consuming increased doses of Adderall over a long-time period (a month or more) causes a tolerance to build within the body. Once a person develops tolerance to Adderall, her or she will need to take larger doses of […]

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