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Orthomolecular Drug Rehab Treatment

Written on: April 23rd, 2009 By:

Orthomolecular is a medicine which deals with rebalancing the bodies natural nutritional protocol. This is extremely important in treating drug and alcohol addiction as the body of the addicted individual has been robbed of its organic abilities to produce substances which themselves promote healing and wellness. This form of medicine is highly pertinent to the […]

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Opiate overdose is possible from any derivative of the drug including prescribed medications such as codeine and hydro-codone. Any patient who presents with symptoms of opiate overdose, should be treated with the opioid antagonist drug naloxone. Opiate addiction affects central nervous system and causes respiratory depression. Supportive ventilation is usually sufficient to prevent death, but […]

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Drug Addiction Treatment in Couple of Weeks

Written on: April 21st, 2009 By:

Drug addiction treatment is something that takes more than a couple of  weeks. To find exact way to recovery and to keep recovery is to spend the time necessary to truly battle of the addictions treatment. Detoxifying the body is absolutely an important step to cleansing the person of the toxins and poisons built up […]

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The dual diagnosis program will use both medical and psychiatric approaches to treat the addiction and the mental illness. First the person is led into a detox program. Once the detox program is completed, the patient is led into a psychiatric care program. Here the patient’s mental condition is checked by a mental health expert. […]

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Way to Stop Drug Abuse

Written on: April 20th, 2009 By:

The longer abuse is allowed to continue, the more difficult and comprehensive the ultimate treatment needs be. Once an alcohol or drug abuser has achieved a level of dependency, there are unfortunately few easy paths to abstinence, and better living will almost always require professional help and a determined and life changing commitment to sobriety; […]

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Statistics on Cocaine Addiction

Written on: April 20th, 2009 By:

After marijuana and amphetamines, cocaine is considered to be the most widely available drug on high school and college campuses in the United States. Over 600,000 Americans are currently cocaine addicted. Given the smaller number of individuals who smoke the “rock” form of the drug, this makes it one of the most addictive forms of […]

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Helping Patients to Overcome

Written on: April 16th, 2009 By:

Alcohol and Drug rehab treatment centers out there that can help you deal with the problem of addiction. Some drug rehab center are good in making in helping patients to overcome one of the problems, there are several others that can help you deal with both drawbacks. This is the center that you should look […]

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Whether Drug addiction is a Brain Disease?

Written on: April 15th, 2009 By:

Drug addiction is a brain disease. Every type of drug of abuse has its own individual mechanism for changing how the brain functions. But regardless of which drug a person is addicted to, many of the effects it has on the brain are similar: they range from changes in the molecules and cells that make […]

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Drug Rehab is Not Enjoyable?

Written on: April 13th, 2009 By:

Why do you thing Drug Rehab is not enjoyable? A good drug rehab program will centers strongly not only on the mind but also on the physical issues surrounding the breaking of an addiction. Fundamentally important to an excellent drug rehab procedure is a good and meticulous drug detoxification program. Needless to mention but important […]

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Why You should Quit Smoking

Written on: April 9th, 2009 By:

Multiple sources reveal the extent of harm that smoking can cause. For instance, many people who smoke experience a variety of upper respiratory problems, lung cancer, or heart disease. However, it is never too late to quit. People who smoke experience all kinds of health problems. Some of the most severe of these include chronic […]

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