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Adderall Abuse: Who’s Abusing it More?

Adderall addiction is yet another drug issue hurting communities nationwide. More specifically, our students. From high schools to college campuses, Adderall is becoming the drug...

What Are the Five Stages of Addiction?

The five stages of addiction are first use, continued use, tolerance, dependence, and addiction. Addiction affects millions of Americans in the United States every day....

No More Benzos: 5 Holistic Treatment Options for Anxiety

Anxiety can overwhelm your day-to-day life and get in the way of the things in life that really bring you joy. Many may be tempted...

What is “Freebasing” Cocaine? What are the Dangers Associated?

Freebase cocaine is a dangerous and much more potent version of cocaine. Freebasing is the act of smoking this substance, highly increasing the user’s risk...

What About Your Needs? How Family Members of Alcoholics Can Find Support

If you are the loved one of an alcoholic, you know these are not easy shoes to wear. Over 14 million Americans suffer from alcohol abuse...

What to Expect When Dating Someone with an Addictive Personality

You’ve been thinking about it for a while. It’s been filling your thoughts every day and keeping you awake at night. It’s not easy, you...

The Correlation Between PTSD and Substance Abuse: How to Recognize When You Need Help

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, affects people all over the world. Individuals of varying races, from diverse communities, and with different pasts and walks of...

Teenagers on Drugs: 7 Reasons They Start Using

For teens, it can start as experimenting with drugs or alcohol at a party. Then it turns to addiction and abuse later on in life....

OCD and Methamphetamine: Understanding Addiction Causes and Treatment Options

People who suffer from co-occurring disorders often find themselves in a place of helplessness due to the lack of adequate treatment resources. Many addiction treatment...

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