Treatment & Detox Guide
Jesse is 23-years-old and should be able to have a beer with his mates. Instead he is an alcoholic. After leaving school at 16 to take up a chef apprenticeship, he began regularly drinking with his older work mates, then slowly watched his life spiral out of control as he went on three or four….
Alcohol is by far the most widely abused drug in the entire world. Socially accepted and legal throughout the world, alcohol is the preferred drug of choice for millions of people across the world which is no wonder why so many people suffer from alcohol addiction. Unfortunately, individuals who drink alcohol regularly are subject to….
Opiate intake regularly can lead to disorders related to the central nervous system. In an opiate addiction, the person is habitual to taking opiate drugs for “pain management”. This constant use of the opiates, affects the functioning of the nerve cells that results in the end of the “natural endorphins” production, which are capable of….
Alcohol-related deaths among First Nations in B.C. are a staggering five times higher than for other British Columbians, says a prominent First Nations doctor, who argues aboriginal leaders need to start working on an alcohol strategy to save lives. Dr. Evan Adams, aboriginal health physician adviser in the office of the Provincial Health Officer, believes….
We used to laugh at those zany friends and relatives who would make one too many trips to the holiday punch bowl and end up wearing a lamp shade by the end of the party. Today, we know the destruction alcohol can wreak on families, marriages, health, the workplace and on the road. Today that….