Buprenorphine is a painkilling drug used to reduce any withdrawal symptoms that might happen during a medical detoxification of an opiate drug such as heroin.
A bad trip can be defined as someone having a horrible mental or physical experience due to use of the LSD (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide). These experiences can also include hallucinations and physical pain.
Use of alcoholic beverages to excess, either on individual occasions (“binge drinking“) or as a regular practice. Abusing alcohol in a manner that repeatedly causes harm to financial, emotional, social, and physical or career performance. Abuse of alcohol uses drinking in a destructive manner for the physical and mind altering effects, instead of for the taste,…
Antabuse: is the brand name for the chemical known as disulfiram and is a white to off-white, odorless, and almost tasteless powder, soluble in water, which causes a severe reaction if alcohol is also subsequently consumed. Used in treating alcoholism. Antabuse is prescribed to recovering alcoholics because it induces nausea and vomiting if they drink alcohol…
Binge Drinking: a term used to describe excessive drinking, usually within a short time frame. Five or more drinks for a male and four or more drinks for a female. If alcohol abuse (binge drinking) continues it may progress into full blown alcoholism and need detoxification, rehabilitation and treatment.
Dual diagnosis: when a person has a severe mental illness–such as major depression, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia–and a co-existing alcohol or drug abuse problem.