Despite evidence of long term consequences, psychedelics are becoming more accepted in many countries around the world.
Do you feel lost? Desperate? Hopeless? With no end to this never-ending nightmare in sight? Having a son or daughter battling with drug or alcohol addiction and wreaking havoc on their lives and the lives of those that love them, is, without question, one of the most excruciatingly painful experience.
Public reports indicate the U.S. drug overdoses declined slightly in 2018. Was this the result of public policy, or was it the result of foreign nations cracking down on drug trafficking?
Though alcohol consumption has been all but completely normalized in American society, every year it seems we find more harmful effects connected to drinking. For example, research shows that heavy drinking in one's youth can lead to dementia in one's elderly years, only one of a host of other mental and physical problems that can occur.
My heart didn’t ache because of a medical condition, it ached because I no longer loved myself and I couldn’t feel love from others. I was constantly numb, all except for my aching heart. I prayed to feel love, I prayed to feel Joy but all I felt was an empty void.
One of the harmful side-effects of addiction is that being hooked on drugs and alcohol makes one more susceptible to contracting various illnesses. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, that puts addicts at even greater risk.
Common drugs found in over-the-counter cough medicines can easily be abused. Do you know what to look for?
I’m very happy to be a graduate of the Narconon program as this program gave me the gift of a new life! I got tons of wins on each step of the program which I would like to share. Though I live in the US, as I am originally from Kazakhstan, I started my program in the Narconon of Moscow.
When addicts try to get off drugs and alcohol, they often find themselves coming up against challenges and difficulties. Getting rid of an addiction is not an easy thing to do. Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic is making conditions even more challenging for addicts.
For the first time in three decades, the United States experienced a dip in drug overdose deaths. It was short-lived, though, as preliminary data from the CDC now indicates that overdoses are back on the rise. What will it take to halt a growing health crisis that has plagued Americans for one-third of a century?