shatter weed

Shatter Weed : Dangers and Side Effects

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Most recreational weed users have probably never heard of marijuana extracts or shatter weed. But for marijuana enthusiasts, extracts, especially shatter, are some of the most popular and fastest-growing forms of cannabis on the market. Put simply, a marijuana extract is a hyper-concentrated form of the drug. Extracts are formed by separating the marijuana plant’s essential oils from the plant using heat, pressure and/or chemical solvents. 
xanax bar addiction

Xanax Bars Addiction and Dependency

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XANAX is the brand name for the drug Alprazolam, a drug belonging to the class of medications called benzodiazepines or “benzos”. Xanax itself has a host of nicknames of its own, such as, “zanie-bars”, “z-bars”, “Bars”, “planks” and “bricks” to name a few. Typically prescribed as an anti-anxiety medication, Xanax is the most widely prescribed of all benzodiazepines as a method to alleviate anxiety and treat panic disorders.
Spouse is Secretly Drinking

What to Do if Your Spouse is Secretly Drinking in Recovery

Has your spouse recently been showing the telltale signs of a relapse? If your husband or wife has been in alcohol recovery, and has relapsed, it can surely be upsetting. However, it is a fact that a majority of people will suffer a relapse…
the stages of drug rehab

The Stages of Drug Rehab

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What Are The Stages of Rehab Are you considering going to rehab, but are feeling a bit anxious about the prospect? Sometimes just having some basic knowledge about what to expect in rehab can help reduce much of that stress. To learn about…
How to Admit Someone to Rehab

How to Admit Someone to Rehab

It may be a spouse, adult child, parent, or friend who has all the signs of a substance abuse problem. It is clear this person you care about needs help, but so far they have refused to consider rehab. So, how do you convince them to get the…
Behavioral effects of alcohol

Behavioral Effects of Alcohol

Nobody ever sets out to become an alcoholic. Most alcohol problems start out quite innocently. However, for reasons not yet fully understood, some people are more prone to developing an alcohol use disorder. Alcoholism creeps up slowly. It…
quitting alcohol cold turkey

Why Quitting Alcohol Cold Turkey is Risky

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It’s understandable why you might decide to just quit drinking alcohol on an impulse. Your heavy drinking may be causing some serious problems in your marriage, your job, or even your health. As noble as the intent is to just stop drinking,…
alcohol cravings

How to Battle Alcohol Cravings in Recovery

In recovery, one of the most difficult beasts to tame is that of alcohol cravings. You may have been equipped with a variety of coping tools while in treatment. You might belong to a recovery community and have plenty of support. You might still…
xanax and cocaine

What Happens When You Mix Xanax and Cocaine?

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It shouldn’t be surprising to learn that someone who enjoys cocaine might also like experimenting with other substances. Cocaine is often combined with heroin, meth, fentanyl, and alcohol in the quest to experience an enhanced desired effect. Cocaine…
Residential Treatment Facilities

What to Expect from Residential Treatment Facilities

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When you are ready to enter recovery, you will learn there are two types of addiction treatment programs. Outpatient and residential refer to different levels of care for treating substance use disorder. An outpatient program is one where…
how long is rehab for alcohol

How Long is Rehab for Alcohol Use Disorder?

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Even when it becomes crystal clear that your drinking has reached a dangerous level, going to rehab seems unthinkable. It is easy to come up with excuses to avoid getting treatment and changing your life.  One of the most common concerns…
opiate withdrawal insomnia

What is Opiate Withdrawal Insomnia?

The opiate withdrawal process is the first big step you take toward reclaiming your life in recovery. Going through the detox and withdrawal process, though, is not pleasant. When sleep eludes you, on top of the withdrawal symptoms, it can be…