Cocaine is one of the most widely abused drugs all over the world. Known as coke or blow, this is an illicit stimulant drug derived from the leaves of coca plants. Read More
Contrary to popular belief, there’s really more to a sex addict than someone who just wants to have sex all the time. Let’s take a closer look at what it really is and if you or someone you know may, in fact, be a sex addict.
Sex is a biological need and let’s admit it–humans enjoy it. If you are like most people who like having sex, then good for you. However, it sex is causing problems in your life, then maybe it’s time to take a step back and see if there’s a serious issue that needs to be addressed, like sex addiction. Read More
Having your heart broken, or going through something overwhelmingly sad in your relationship, can be shattering. For those who are in recovery, you may notice that your old coping mechanisms don’t work–and shouldn’t work–anymore. Read More
These days, more and more countries are approving the use of marijuana for medical use. And, for many marijuana users, this seems to be good news. However, not a lot of these people may know that there’s a huge difference between the marijuana that is used therapeutically against the marijuana that is being recreationally used in almost all parts of the world.
So, what really is the difference between medical marijuana and recreational marijuana? Let’s take a closer look. Read More
How do people get addicted to drugs while others don’t? Some may be using drugs for several years and not be addicted, while there are those who may have tried drugs for just a short while and become hooked almost instantly. Why does this happen?
These are just some of the many questions surrounding drug use and addiction. The truth is, substance addiction is a complex disease, and quitting takes way more than just the will to stop. In fact, drugs change the brain in hard-hitting, often irreversible, ways that many will still find themselves seeking drugs even after recovery. Read More
Magic mushrooms may seem more harmless compared to “harder” drugs or narcotics such as meth, MDMA or heroin. However, it contains psilocybin, which is a controlled substance and can be dangerous as well.
Throughout the centuries and across many civilizations, many people have used plants for their naturally mind-altering effects. These psychoactive plants have been used for recreation and even medicinal purposes in the ancient times. Read More
Depression is one of those mental health diseases that can co-occur with addiction. How you take care of your sleeping habits can greatly impact your mental health and even safeguard you from depression.
Find out how your sleeping habits may be fueling your depression. Read More
When you’re in recovery, you try to commit to a life of sobriety. You change your old ways, especially your attitude. You may also need to change your friends, even move to a different city, if that’s what it takes. The things with recovery is, a change must indeed happen so that it’s harder for you to go back to your life when you were in active addiction. Read More
Getting sober can be indescribably difficult–but keeping that sobriety is a whole new ballgame altogether. While your decision to become sober entails that you make major changes to your life, staying sober means you have to stick to those changes despite all hardship and temptation. It’s staying true to your commitment to yourself. Read More
With the opioid epidemic at an ever-increasing high in the United States, it’s no wonder that doctors are often considered as dealers dressed in white. However, it’s just not in the US that prescription drugs are widely misused. Read More