From the minute their children arrive, most parents have a strong instinct to protect them and keep them safe. So, when those children become teenagers, they’re likely to worry about the dangers of alcohol. What can you do to protect your kids? How do you answer their questions and avoid sending mixed messages? The good … Continue reading The Alcohol Discussion: Talking to Your Teens Without Sending Mixed Messages
Getting treatment for addiction can be complicated. Finding the right recovery program, dealing with insurance coverage and committing to a plan is a process, and that’s after overcoming the hurdle of making the initial decision to get help. Unfortunately, for those fighting addiction while in jail or going through legal proceedings, the process can be … Continue reading How to Balance Legal Proceedings With Addiction TreatmentRead More
Someone struggling with an alcohol use disorder may have a strong, physical urge to drink which may inform the way certain decisions are made.1 All the things that make a person who she is may take a back seat to the need to satisfy the alcohol craving, and that includes honesty. Spouses, family, friends, faith … Continue reading Why Do Alcoholics Lie?Read More
Although there are not many benefits to Rohypnol, there are some. In other countries, doctors often prescribe Rohypnol for the treatment of sleeping disorders such as insomnia. It is also used for patients preparing for surgery to help induce anesthesia.1 Many people in the United States often buy Rohypnol illegally from pharmacies overseas to help … Continue reading Benefits and Risks of Using Rohpynol
Rohypnol is a benzodiazepine drug, which means it has a hypnotic and sedative effect and can be used as an anti-anxiety medication. Casual abuse of Rohypnol, also known as flunitrazepam, may not seem dangerous, but it is a high-risk drug that has serious side effects. People may underestimate the possible consequences of Rohypnol abuse, but … Continue reading Dangers of Recreational Rohypnol Use
Methadone is a narcotic pain reliever that is most commonly used for the treatment of opioid dependence and addiction. Under medical supervision methadone can allow someone addicted to opioids to undergo detox and withdrawal with minimal or reduced symptoms.1 Methadone typically comes in pill form with varying dosage strengths. There are numerous companies that manufacture … Continue reading How Do I Identify Methadone?
Methadone is a medication prescribed for severe pain. It is also given to individuals recovering from heroin and prescription drug addiction.1 People who abuse these substances often change their brain chemistry. Drugs such as heroin and prescription painkillers attach to opiate receptors in the brain and intestinal system. Over time, the receptors become less and … Continue reading Can Methadone Affect My Memory?
Police men and women make our communities stronger and safer every day. In doing so, they see daily conflicts, incidents, accidents and violence. This stress and pressure add up. Trauma can begin to impact the health and lives of law enforcement officers. However this trauma and its effects are highly treatable. What Is Trauma? … Continue reading Trauma Therapy for Police Officers
Rohypnol is the brand name for the generic drug flunitrazepam. Rohypnol is a benzodiazepine that works to depress the brain’s central nervous system. Rohypnol is also known under the names: Roofies La roche Rib R2 Roofenol Rope This drug is illegal in the United States and has even been banned from medical settings. Rohypnol is … Continue reading Rohypnol Use in Different Cultures
Mental health issues and drug abuse are so strongly linked that in many cases of addiction it can be difficult to tell which one might have led to the other. People who struggle with mental illness are at a higher risk to develop a substance abuse problem. Those who abuse alcohol or drugs put themselves … Continue reading Mental Health Effects of Rohypnol