10 Common Things Drug Dealers Say and Why It’s All Wrong

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With drug use and drug addiction on the rise, business is definitely booming for drug dealers. However, unlike all other businesses, this kind of business isn’t something you can get out of alive. Even as a drug user, you’ll eventually see how drugs can ruin not just your life but that of your family’s and the community in general.

Here in the Philippines, drug dealers abound. They are even known to hang around schools, enticing young children and students to get a taste of their wares. Read More

Cocaine Overdose: Signs and Symptoms

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Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant that can have a potent effect on your brain. It can affect your physical and mental health as well as your overall well-being. It can be smoked, snorted, ingested, or injected. However it’s used, it can cause an overdose and can have lasting significant consequences.  Read More

The Dangers of Cocaine Abuse and Addiction

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Cocaine abuse is one of the most widespread substance abuse issues faced by society today. Everywhere in the world, cocaine use is widespread, causing problems ranging from individual health issues to increase in crime and drug cartel activities. Read More

SPOTTED: Signs of Cocaine Addiction

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Cocaine addiction can be hard to spot when you don’t know what you’re looking for. Here we’re breaking down the different signs of cocaine addiction.

Illicit drugs, or narcotics, such as cocaine, can alter the brain in many ways. While it can create a pleasant high that makes it attractive and addictive, it has negative effects that can have both short and long term repercussions. Read More

The Difference Between Meth and Cocaine

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Meth and cocaine are both psychostimulant drugs, which means that they have mind-altering effects. Both may come as a white powder, and they are also compared because they have almost the same effects. Meth and cocaine also have a high potential to be abused. Read More

Watch Out: Addiction and Tolerance in Painkillers

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So you’re in chronic pain and your dose of painkillers doesn’t seem to provide you relief. You know you need a higher dose to manage your pain. Are you addicted?

When it comes to painkillers and managing chronic pain, it’s always a good idea to distinguish if you’re addicted or have an increased tolerance.

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The Difference Between Meth and Cocaine

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Methamphetamine and cocaine are highly addictive and illegal drugs that can cause a variety of problems. Abusing these drugs can eventually lead to negative results in terms of your health, relationships, career or education, reputation, and many more.

Many people both smoke, snort, and inject the drug–and they in fact look almost the same–white powdery crystals–with almost the same signs and effects as well. So how is meth and cocaine different from each other?

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Drugs, Alcohol and the Creative Myth

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Whether in show business or in the music scenes, many creative people seems to be using drugs or alcohol. Talk to them and many will say that drugs or alcohol (or both) helps them become more creative compared to when they are sober.

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Tell-Tale Signs of Addiction by Drug Type

Do you have a gnawing feeling about someone close to you because of their sudden change and odd behavior? Do you suspect that they may have a drug addiction? Read on if the tell-tale signs below check out.

Your teenage daughter, your grown-up son, your parent, your sibling, your close friend, or your superior at work. Anyone can be addicted. It’s best to keep your eyes open and alert for any tell-tale signs of addiction, which can show up immediately or through time as they become affected by these mind-altering drugs.

Now let’s find out these so-called tell-tale signs of addiction by the type of drug they use.

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Drugs and Violence: How Stimulants Use Causes Aggression

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Stimulants are known to heighten blood pressure, cause increased focus, and even make one aggressive. Learn what kinds of drugs can cause a person to be violent and what you can do about it.

For some people, their first realization that their loved one has been using drugs is through an all-out battle with someone whom they used to know as calm, reasonable, and caring. They never thought that their loved one would do something to hurt them physically and emotionally, to be so violent and aggressive. It is definitely a terrifying experience.

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