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Substance abuse rates within the United States continue to rise, with 8.3 percent of the population reporting active drug use in 2002 compared to 9.2 percent of the population in 2012, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Out of the 9.2 percent, as much as 8.9 percent of active users fall under the….
Prescription medication bottles frequently warn against the use of alcohol or other medications when taking certain drugs but despite these warnings, thousands of users do not heed the advice of the drug manufacturers or of the doctors who prescribed the drugs. Unfortunately, millions of people do not take the risks that are associated with certain….
Opiates encompass a wide class of both legal and illegal drugs. Nonetheless, opiate drug effects remain the same regardless of whether the drug comes from the streets or from the pharmacy. Prescription pain relief medications and heroin both fall within the opiate class of drugs and, as of 2014, remain the fastest growing addictions in….
Whether embarking on a new relationship with a recovering alcoholic or addict, or attempting to rebuild one that survived the perils of addiction, rebuilding intimacy is key. For addicts in recovery, learning to manage emotions and build healthy, intimate relationships can be a struggle. There are, however, some simple activities, based on Erikson’s Stages of….