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Dust Off Addiction in South Florida
Dust Off is a popular brand of dust cleaner that contains difluoroethane; a colorless, compressed gas and individuals have found that huffing Dust Off produces a euphoric affect.  With huffing growing increasingly more popular over the past few years with kids and young adults, it is very easy to understand why there has been an increase in people struggling with a Dust Off addiction in...
Ultram Addiction in West Palm Beach
If you’ve turned on the news at some point in the last couple of years, or opened a newspaper, you already know prescription pain killer abuse and addiction is on the rise.  To combat this, doctors have attempted to turn to medications deemed to have less abuse potential.  One of those medications doctors often consider is ultram; a lower abuse risk alternative that can still...
Opiate Addiction in Delray Beach
Recognized as a central nervous system disorder caused by continuous opiate intake, opiate addiction in Delray Beach is a growing problem, as well as in other parts of South Florida.  Due to prolonged use of opiates, nerve cells in the brain which normally produce natural endorphins and/or painkillers, cease to function as they normally would.  Your body halts endorphin production because it is...
Amphetamine Addiction in Delray Beach
Amphetamine is a psycho stimulant drug that, when prescribed by a physician, produces an increase in wakefulness and focus and is associated with decreased fatigue and appetite.  When used recreationally however, it is done so as a performance enhancer. Amphetamine addiction in Delray Beach, as well as around the rest of the world, is caused by habitual and ongoing use of the drug as they are...
Valium Addiction in South Florida
Shown to lead to the development of tolerance, psychological and physiological dependency when used for long periods, valium addiction in South Florida (as well as all over the United States) is a growing problem.  With properties ranging from that of  a sedative, hypnotic and muscle relaxant drug, valium is generally used to treat short term insomnia and moderate to severe anxiety. Although valium is invaluable in...
Treating Adderall Addiction in South Florida
The treatment of Adderall addiction in South Florida is plentiful. And while there is a fine line between substance abuse and addiction, abuse is often the precursor for addiction. Spotting the signs of Adderall abuse in yourself or others is the first step in heading off a bigger problem. Adderall acts by changing the brain’s chemistry in a way that helps ADHD...
Ambien Addiction in Delray Beach
Ambien is a hypnotic sedative whose effects are similar to Valium or Xanax and is generally prescribed to people for short term treatment of insomnia. Although the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently categorizes Ambien with a relatively low potential for abuse, there is no denying Ambien addiction is a growing problem. As a result of its popularity in legitimate medicine, more is available for...
Prescription drugs & alcohol
The 3 most common types of prescription drugs combined with alcohol: 1)    Opiates (Oxycontin, Vicodin, etc.) 2)    Stimulants (Ritatlin, Adderall, etc.) 3)    Anti-anxiety (Xanax, Valium, etc). With approximately 70% of the adult population consuming alcohol at least occasionally and more than 2,800 prescription drugs available in the United States it iss easy to see why nonmedical use of prescription drugs combined with alcohol abuse is a growing problem. Studies show...