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Consequences of Cocaine Addiction & the Need for Treatment

cocaine abuse

As one of the strongest Schedule I narcotics around, cocaine carries an incredibly high addiction potential. Most people take to cocaine because of the immediate “jolt” this drug causes. Cocaine’s addiction potential goes into action as of the first time a person tries the drug. When first starting out, cocaine produces increased energy levels, improved….

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The Effects of Binge Drinking

Binge drinking problems

More than 1 in 5 people in the United States over the age of 12 reported binge drinking within the past month. This is consuming alcohol in excess to the degree of having five or more alcoholic drinks within a single event or day. The effects of binge drinking are numerous, and if repeated leads….

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Why drinkers do it all again

Some people drink to forget, but scientists have found that anyone who binge drinks is more likely to forget only the worst experiences of being drunk – which is why alcohol is such an addictive drug. Alcohol has been found to affect memory in a selective manner. Drinking makes it easier to remember the good….

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Living With An Alcoholic

Alcoholism is a disease that plagues America. It is often known as a family disease because it affects the whole family, not just the drinker. It can be tough for non-drinkers to live in the same home as the alcoholic. Often the family tries to deny the problem and continue to pretend that their chaos….

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Why Choose Inpatient Treatment Centers?

According to studies, inpatient treatment centers provide the most effective means of treatment for addiction. Statistics show that the longer a patient remains in inpatient treatment, the longer the patient will remain abstinent from drugs. Inpatient treatment centers are safe and effective. When you decide that it’s time to get help for your addiction, you’ll….

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