Mental health technicians are individuals who help people with mental or emotional problems and can be found at various alcohol and drug abuse or addiction centers. Mental health technicians are responsible for providing support, hosting community meetings and to help...
LAAM (Levo-alpha-acetylmethadol) is a type of medicine used in the treatment of opiate addiction. Laam is a powerful drug and dosages are done in moderation.
The term ‘jones’, can be described as having a yearning for a narcotic substance.
Isolation can be defined as being separated with family, friends and the world.
Intoxication refers to an individual being under the influence of a narcotic substance.
Good sick is a term that defines the reaction of nausea or vomiting after the use of the opiate drug, heroin.
Go fast is another nickname for the narcotic substance crystal meth.
Flashbacks can be defined as dramatic imagery or auditory hallucinations that individuals who misuse a narcotic substance (common in LSD users) can experience long after they used LSD. These flashbacks can consist of sensations such as smell, touch and taste.
FAS (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome) are patterns of birth defects and abnormalities caused by a mother’s use of alcohol during pregnancy.
“Fake it till you make it” is a strategy that new comers to 12 step fellowships are sometimes advised to use as a means of developing healthier recovery related behaviour. The person new to addiction recovery feels that the new and necessary behaviours they need to...
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