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Archive for May, 2010

Heroin Addiction

May 17th, 2010 | By

Heroin is considered to be one of the most addictive drugs sold illegally today. Someone who is addicted to Heroin will go to any length to obtain it. Moreover, when such a person stops taking the drug he or she will suffer serious physical consequences of withdrawal. A detoxification for heroin addiction is usually necessary to get this drug out of the users system. There are many excellent detoxes for
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Consequences Of Using Marijuana

May 14th, 2010 | By

To start with, all types of marijuana are defined as psychoactive drugs. The active ingredient tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC affects the functioning of the brain. They alter the mind. THC, unlike almost all other drugs is fat soluble rather than water soluble which means it stays in the body longer. THC in marijuana is quickly absorbed by fatty tissues in many organs. Generally, traces of THC can be detected
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Getting Drug And Alcohol Treatment: 5 Reasons To Do It Now

May 14th, 2010 | By

1. Your life is at stake. Addiction is a serious and often fatal disease. There are effective courses of treatment, unfortunately most people wait until a personal crisis ‘forces’ them into treatment. A lot of pain and suffering and be avoided by getting treatment before the crisis, not after. 2. Treatment can change your world and world view. Many people in active addiction have a very bleak point if few,
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Sexual Addiction. Is it Real ?

May 13th, 2010 | By

What Is Sexual Addiction? Sexual addiction became a hot topic in the wake of Tiger Wood’s infidelity scandal. During the 2010 Masters in Augusta, Georgia, a man paid for an airplane to fly a message over the course that said “Sex Addict? Yeah. Right. Sure. Me Too!” Another message said “Did You Mean Bootyism?” in reference to Tiger Woods’ proclamation that he was turning to Buddhism to cope with his
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Does Biplolar Disorder Have a Positive Side ?

May 12th, 2010 | By

Biplolar disorder, also referred to as manic depression is a serious condition that causes massive swings in one’s mood. At one point the sufferer may be involved in a spell of serious depression. These lows can include many symptoms that hinder a person’s life. They may have trouble sleeping, thoughts of suicide, fatigue, problems concentrating, and absenteeism from work or school. On the other side of the bipolar disorder spectrum
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