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Ativan - is the brand name for the chemical Lorazepam, a benzodiazepine tranquilizer and is used to treat anxiety by attempting to effect chemicals in the brain that are perceived to be unbalanced and thereby cause anxiety. It’s important not to take drugs like Ativan...

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Vivitrol, also known as naltrexone is an opioid antagonist medicine used in the treatment of alcohol and opiate (most commonly heroin) addictions. Vivitrol medicine decreases cravings for alcohol by reducing the effect of the brains natural opiate-like chemicals,...

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Values Clarification

Values clarification is a strategy used by drug and alcohol prevention programs where social values and positive attitudes are taught.

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Thai Sticks

Thai Sticks are a potent form of cannabis used in Southeast Asia that consists of marijuana laced with opium usually packaged / tied up with bamboo.

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Syndrome can be defined as a set of symptoms and behaviour of a disease.

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Stop Drinking

There are very few things that improve one’s sociability and provide a relaxing effect on an individual and alcohol is one of them. It is those effects that trigger the excessive use and abuse of alcohol. Alcohol has detrimental effects on an individual and society as...

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Service Work

Service work can be defined within a 12 step recovery context as the involvement of spreading the word about recovery from narcotic substances.

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Sensitization refers to the amplified reaction to a drug after excessive use.

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The misconception that the use of prescription drugs is completely safe is a modern fallacy. Although doctors prescribe these drugs over the counter, the opportunities for addicts to abuse them are abundant. Prescription drug abuse occurs when anyone takes a scheduled drug in any capacity over and above the dosage prescribed by a doctor.Whether to achieve a high or to increase the tolerance to a particular drug, prescription drug abuse is rife in South Africa, and around the world. The danger presents itself when an addict, in an effort to stop the addiction, negates the prescription drug altogether.Rebound effects and chemical withdrawals often exacerbate the problem and expert medical help should be sought before one takes matters into their own hands to resolve an addiction. Just like illicit drugs, it is extremely dangerous to attempt detoxification from prescription drugs without professional aid.Read more on the dangers of prescription drug use here: ... See MoreSee Less
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