Polysubstance abuse refers to the simultaneous use of three or more narcotic substances.
Remission can be defined as a time frame where physical and mental signs symptoms of an addiction have vanished.
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Are you or a loved one struggling to control your Adderall usage? If so, then an addiction to the drug may be present. If you are unsure of what an addiction to Adderall is, continue reading and you will be able to find out what the drug is, what are signs to look out for…
Decriminalization is a different form of drug liberalization, which aims to remove or reduce drug prohibition laws.
Polydrug dependence can be defined as the use of two or more narcotic substances that causes major changes in an individual’s physical and mental state. Dependence is the clinical or formal term for addiction to alcohol or other drugs.
Tranquilizers are sedative medications that are taken to reduce feelings of stress or anxiety. They are highly addictive; see our page on tranquilizer addiction.
Ups is a term used to describe stimulating drugs, such as amphetamines.
Withdrawal syndrome can be defined as signs and symptoms that occur with the cessation of using a narcotic substance that an individual has become dependent on. These symptoms can include stress, sleeplessness, vomiting, thirst, lack of energy and sweating. To avoid Withdrawal Syndrome safely and comfortably it is best to seek medical advice