Understanding The Difference Between Heroin & Morphine 23 March, 2020
Prescription opioids are probably one of the most well-known types of drug abused. While most people think of Oxycontin and its brothers and sisters, heroin and morphine are also commonly abused opiates. Despite their chemical similarities, one of them is actually a lot more d.
A Guide To Substance Induced Mental Disorders 14 March, 2020
Substance abuse and addiction are ever-growing concerns for health authorities around the world. According to Dr Kima Joy Taylor (director of the CATG Initiative) around 12% of the population, are currently fighting drug or alcohol addiction. This statistic is worrying .
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy VS Dialectical Behavioural Therapy 7 March, 2020
There are two types of behavioural therapy that can treat common cognitive disorders such as depression, anxiety, and OCD. Over the past few decades, thousands of patients have benefitted from these two forms of treatments which involve understanding thoughts and feelings and l.
Signs and Symptoms Of A Functioning Alcoholic 29 February, 2020
A high-functioning alcoholic is an alcoholic who still appears to function normally in day-to-day life, despite their drinking problems. Some may hide their drinking, or it may simply not appear to be a hindrance to others. Often, high-functioning alcoholics can convince thems.
The Safe Way to End Valium Addiction And Dependency 23 February, 2020
Valium is a drug that suppresses the central nervous system, which means that some of the brain's functions are slowed down. When prescribed by a doctor, Valium is used to treat things such as anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and seizures. Table of Contents 1. Dev.
Cocaethylene: The Dangers & Risks 17 February, 2020
Cocaine and alcohol together are both very powerful drugs that can lead to dependency. Understanding the dangers of mixing drugs and alcohol can improve the likelihood of an individual getting the proper treatment. Using cocaine and alcohol together can create a dangerous toxi.
Thinking Beyond Dry January 10 February, 2020
It's the beginning of February. Dry January might already be over, but it's still a super important part of the year. For millions of people a year, Dry January is the first step to overcoming their addiction to alcohol. If you feel that your alcohol consumption is getting .
Trauma Releasing Exercises for Anxiety and Depression 30 January, 2020
Trauma is when any person, at any age, goes through an event that they perceive to be life-threatening or severely dangerous to their well-being. This means that it does not have to be an experience that is life-threatening, but instead only perceived as, consciously or unco.
The Link Between Alcohol and Hemorrhoids 20 January, 2020
If you tend to drink heavily, you might be at risk of developing hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are the most common cause of rectal bleeding which can be painful. When you experience hemorrhoids, the veins in the lowest part of your anus and rectum are swollen. While defecating, the.
The Dangers of Drinking Alone 9 January, 2020
Do you or someone you know drink alone? If your answer to this question is yes, you might be putting yourself in unnecessary danger. While drinking a beer or two every week or so isn’t anything to be worried about, being secretive about your drinking or doing it by yourself .