Treatment & Detox Guide
“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….
Fa-la-la! ‘Tis the holiday season, and there’s Nanna getting into the eggnog and batting her eyes. Or Pops, with a face as red as Santa Claus refilling his glass, laughing a little too much. Nice that the old folks are having such a good time! They’ve worked hard for so many years. Now they can….
Drinkers in Leeds are being urged to examine how much booze they are knocking back over Christmas. Giant touch-screens have been erected at Leeds railway station to help people work out their alcohol consumption – and compare West Yorkshire’s drinking levels with the national average. Screens have also been put up in London, Glasgow and….
“Co-occurring disorders”, as the name suggests, is a disorder, in which the person is affected with dual problems like that of an emotional or psychiatric problem along with drug or alcohol addiction. The “co-occurring disorder” has a great effect on the patients “psychological and physical health”. A large part of the global population is experiencing….
Cases of liver cancer have more than tripled in the past 30 years because of binge boozing. Startling figures from Cancer Research UK show the number of patients rocketed from 865 in 1975 to 3,108 in 2006. Experts say the rise in hard drinking is to blame as well as obesity and the blood infection….