A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
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“Drugs” is not a respected word in our dictionary. Scientifically, drugs are small fine substances that are very effective in modifying the normal regular functions of a body. The different types of drugs are identified in three basic categories namely “depressants”, “stimulants” and “hallucinogens”.
Drugs are widely used by doctors and hospitals, in required proportions for the medical treatment which is useful for the body. Legally drugs are allowed to be taken only on prescription, but today drugs are illegally taken by many just to enjoy the after effect which is more appealing. Today teenagers, adults are the main group of population, which are highly drug addicted.
Many people are so fond of taking drugs, that they get addicted and just cannot live a normal life without drugs. The use of any material in excess quantity is always harmful for the body, so when drugs are used in excessive quantity and on regular basis, they are sure to have an adverse effect on the body.
Drug addiction is a “serious disorder” and can only lead to the death of the person, and therefore to avoid such condition and to prevent the person from taking drugs and leading a normal life there are many treatment centers that are coming forward to help these people. At www.treatmentcenters.com, one is sure to find an assuring place to get rid of his drug addiction and lead a healthy life. Remember folks, it is never too late, act today and be happy.
Kaiser Permanente Study Finds Heavier Drinkers Have Worse Health Care Habits Women and men who engage in frequent heavy drinking report significantly worse health-related practices, according to a Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research study in the journal Addiction Research & Theory. For the study, researchers surveyed 7,884 members of the Kaiser Permanente Northwest integrated….
A no-frills bar called Goober’s, just north of Providence, Rhode Island, is probably the last place you’d expect to find a debate over cutting-edge addiction therapy. But this is where Walter Kent, a retired mechanic, spends his Fridays. He helps in the kitchen and hangs out in the bar, catching up with old friends. Most….
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Joe Gerstein, founder of the Smart Recovery treatment programme that is spreading from the US as an alternative to AA, explains why he rejects the myth that alcoholism is a ‘disease’ to be endured rather than cured Alcoholism is a disease that leaves victims powerless and needing to stay in permanent recovery if they are….