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Coming Off Drugs – Feeling Bad To Get Better

Coming Off Drugs – It is no use beating about the bush, those who are abusing drugs will at some stage need to withdraw, and this withdrawal comes with symptoms that are at best unpleasant and at worst can be life-threatening. A challenging period of your life: There comes a stage in all drug users…

What Exactly Is Alcohol & What Can It Do?

What Is Alcohol – Ethanol is the active ingredient in alcoholic drinks. Here is what it is, and why it is so popular. Ethanol: Ethanol is produced by yeasts from rich foods. Examples being grapes that go to make wine and grain that goes to produce beer. Legal in many countries across the globe, alcohol…

Opiate Overdose Signs

Opiate Overdose – The amount of people dying from opiate overdoses is tragic. What is even more tragic is that many of these deaths could be avoided. We will not get into the tighter restrictions that need to be imposed on prescription medication, the black market for prescribed drugs, or the amounts of illegal opioids…

Technology Can Help Maintain Sobriety – Part 3

Recovering from Addiction – This is the final article in a 3-part series aimed at pointing out how technology can be of great benefit to a recovering addict. Searching Instagram hashtags: This may seem like a strange way of helping those in recovery, but please believe there is a thriving community that use Instagram to…

Technology Can Help Maintain Sobriety – Part 2

This is the 2nd part of a 3-series set of articles on how technology can help a person recovering from addiction to maintain sobriety. The use of such resources can add to the determination in terms of leading a life that is free from substance abuse and the associated problems it brings. Facebook recovery groups:…