Snapchat is a major social platform for people under the age of 40 and Snapchat media outlets mostly target youth and millennials.
Many people think when they are talking to an addict that they are talking to the addict. Nothing is further from the truth. The addict is in a trap, typically coming down off drugs or thinking of what they can do to get the next high and not feel how they are feeling any longer.
A former Oklahoma police officer tells a real-life story of a girl that ended up in prison for drug charges and lost her 2 kids. The girl’s name was Sarah. She was young and had 2 kids—a 2 month-old baby and a little 4-year-old boy. Sarah moved from Oklahoma to Florida to take on a job.
As the Deputy Executive Director of Narconon Arrowhead , I so often see real effects of drugs. When people talk about drugs, I don’t believe people in general really and truly understand what a “drug” really is by definition. Drugs are poisons.
Steroid use has become very common among athletes to help enhance their performance, but the use has turned to abuse and has severe and dangerous effects.
Inhalant abuse has become increasingly popular as a way to get high, especially among teens, as the substances are more easily attainable. However, like all drugs, withdrawal symptoms can occur with inhalant abuse and can cause emotional, cognitive, and physical problems as well as death.
Cocaine is a heavily addictive and abused drug and it has damaging consequences on the body. The nervous system is greatly affected when doing cocaine as it releases excessive levels of dopamine and the body cannot counter the amount released, due to the cocaine; therefore, creating the high feeling.
Cocaine is a highly addictive, powerful drug that is widely abused as it produces dopamine and increases the pleasure senses, prolonging the addiction. It can cause severe and irreparable damage to the body and it is important that an intervention is done as soon as possible.
Prescription drug abuse is an epidemic and a chronic problem that has highly addictive properties, similar to those in heroin. This abuse can then lead to an addiction to heroin as it is more accessible since you do not need a prescription.
Opiate dependence is a growing problem and addicts are becoming more adept at hiding the dependence from everyone, including loved ones. However, there are a number of signs that indicate your loved one is opiate dependent and it is important to help them seek treatment.