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The Consequences of Mixing Stimulants and Depressants

Stimulants and depressants are two drug types that are considered opposites of each other. As it stands, there is virtually no reason a person should mix these two drug types together. Like in most polydrug...

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The Trouble with Wine Mom Culture

One thing that often brings people together in American society today is wine. That’s right, wine. This is partly due to American media marketing drinking as being “cool” and “fun.” With such promotion, it’s no...

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Is Nicotine a Stimulant or Depressant?

If a substance is legal, then it’s not dangerous, right? Wrong! Nicotine is found in plenty of legal products that Americans consume by the millions. However, 1 out of every 5 Americans dies each year...

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Ways to Boost Serotonin and Dopamine Naturally

Sometimes treatment is the best way to maximize recovery from a mental illness, but what happens when treatment isn’t an option, or you want to try something else first? When it comes to the chemicals...

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World Mental Health Day 2020

Defining Mental Health Mental health is about your mind being healthy. This includes thoughts, feelings, and actions. Negative thoughts about yourself, lack of motivation to accomplish things, and decreased interaction with others are common symptoms...

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Understanding Relapse: Common Triggers in Recovery

One of the most sensitive subjects among those in recovery is the subject of relapse. It holds with it feelings of failure and wasted effort. It comes with expressions of shame and embarrassment. However, during...

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Do Suboxone Clinics Accept Insurance?

What is Suboxone? Suboxone is a type of medication used to treat heroin and opioid addiction withdrawals and symptoms. Within Suboxone are two different forms of addiction recovery medications: buprenorphine and naloxone. Essentially, Suboxone is...

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The Risks of Binge Drinking You Should Know

Do you gulp five or more glasses of alcohol in less than two hours? If yes, then you're a binge drinker. Binge drinking refers to a drinking pattern that raises an individual's blood alcohol concentration...

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Does My Loved One Need Drug Addiction Treatment?

You should know that addiction kills if you're always wondering; does my loved one need drug addiction treatment? In the US, people use various drugs, including alcohol, cocaine, and opioids. Addiction is a mental disorder...

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Signs Of Codependency

A codependent relationship occurs when a person is reliant on another to fulfill their needs. Specifically, these needs can be spiritual fulfillment, emotional wellness, self-esteem, finances, and even physical needs. Understanding the signs of codependency...

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