Micro-dosing can be considered taking a sub-perceptual dose of a substance. This means that you won’t necessarily feel the effects of the drug, but it may still influence your mood and behavior. Microdosing is common among people who use psychedelics recreationally, but it can also be used as a tool for self-improvement or therapeutic purposes.… Continue Reading What is Microdosing LSD/Mushrooms?
Overdosing on trazodone can be dangerous and even deadly. In this article, we’ll discuss what Trazadone is, how it can lead to an overdose, and what to do if someone overdoses on Trazadone. Trazadone is a medication that is used to treat: Depression Anxiety Insomnia It can also be an f-label treatment for migraines and… Continue Reading Can You Overdose on Trazodone?
In the United States, race is defined as “the classification of humans into groups on the basis of physical characteristics.” There are four main racial categories in the U.S.: White Black or African American Asian Native American or Alaska Native. There are also many other subcategories within these main categories. According to the National Survey… Continue Reading Substance Abuse By Race
Considering the hectic and stressful pace with which the world moves today, it is no wonder some are drawn to substances just to be able to cope with daily life. There are those who end up being so highly strung that they need narcotics or depressants just to relax, while others try to keep up… Continue Reading Adderall Addiction
While there is no single cause of addiction, it is clear that both genetic and environmental factors play a role. If you have a family history of addiction, you may be more at risk for developing the condition yourself. There are several reasons why a person may be more likely to develop an addiction if… Continue Reading Is Addiction Genetic or Environmental?
If you’re worried about how to stage an intervention, there are plenty of resources available to help. You can find professional interventionists who can guide you through the process, or look for books or articles that offer advice on how to proceed. The most important thing is to be prepared and to have a clear… Continue Reading How to Stage an Intervention
At first thought, you may believe that if someone you love had an addiction, you would be able to tell. You would believe that there are signs or behaviors that would give you a clue that addiction is there. After all, you’ve read the news, and you’ve heard the media. You know what addiction looks… Continue Reading 9 Hidden Symptoms of Addiction
If you have overcome addiction and are working hard on your recovery, you have most likely learned that you are always one step away from relapse. Relapse is real but is not an endpoint. It is a step in the right direction after a small bump in the road. The only ones to truly understand… Continue Reading 7 Myths About Relapse We’re Here to Debunk
You have been through treatment, and you have heard time and time again that being bored or having time on your hands can easily lead you back down a road that you don’t want to take. So, what do you do? How do you avoid a relapse that may occur simply out of boredom?
Recovery from an addiction is a difficult journey, but not an impossible one. Establishing the first steps in recovery will set a path towards a permanent, sustainable, and healthy life, free from addiction and pain. Whether seeking treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction, counseling, treatment, and support are necessary for living an addiction-free life.… Continue Reading Finding Your First Steps in Recovery