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Ambien and Alcohol

Ambien is often seen as a less-harmful benzodiazepine alternative, but it can still be addictive, Itt can also interact dangerously with alcohol and other substances.

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Recognizing ETOH Abuse

ETOH Meaning ETOH is an abbreviation for the chemical composition of ethyl alcohol or ethanol. All of these terms are titles for what most people refer to as simply “alcohol.” Alcohol is a substance used in beverages to enhance their flavor & affect the drinker’s inhibitions. It is a legal substance, often used in social […]

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Ketamine Addiction

Ketamine is a common anesthetic for painful medical procedures. Additionally, it has also been approved as an option for patients suffering from severe depression that do not respond to other treatments. Brand names for these applications of ketamine include Ketalar, Spravato, or Ketaset. Ketamine is derived from phencyclidine (PCP) and considered a dissociative drug. This […]

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Meth Psychosis

Meth, short for methamphetamine, is a stimulant drug. It primarily affects the central nervous system, but also has a variety of short and long-term effects on the body. It is a synthetically produced chemical, and is a variant of the medication amphetamine. The main difference between the two lies in how they affect people. While […]

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Why is Fentanyl so Dangerous?

Fentanyl is a synthetic drug in the opioid family. Like morphine, doctors may prescribe fentanyl to treat pain. While more often manufactured in tablet form, fentanyl also comes as a patch, spray, or injectable solution. Some common brand names of fentanyl include Actiq, Abstral, Lazanda, Duragesic, and Sublimaze. As an opioid, fentanyl binds with receptors […]

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Speedballing

Speedballing is a slang term that refers to the mixing of cocaine with heroin or benzodiazepines. Cocaine, a stimulant, combined with heroin, an opioid, yields a mixture that users usually inject directly into their bloodstream, or one after the other. Cocaine energizes the user with a sudden rush of energy and dopamine; heroin conversely slows […]

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Living in Colorado

Living in Colorado offers an incredible opportunity to experience many beautiful natural wonders. For those in recovery, it is a chance to focus on their well-being in a peaceful, restorative place.

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Meth Overdose

Meth Overdose Methamphetamine, also known simply as “meth”, is a dangerous and highly addictive drug. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reported from a 2017 survey that approximately 1.6 million people had reported methamphetamine use and approximately 964,000 people had a methamphetamine use disorder. Further, NIDA reports that the highest availability of meth is in the […]

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Hydrocodone and Alcohol

Polysubstance Abuse is the abuse of two or more substances. While this can involve any separate class of drugs, alcohol is often one of the substances.

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Trazodone High

TRAZODONE HIGH There are many different reasons why people misuse and abuse drugs. For some, there is the desire to cope with underlying issues. Others are possibly looking to experiment with drugs to experience a high – which could also potentially stem from a desire to cope with underlying issues. Whatever the case, misuse and […]

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