From teenagers in the inner city to the elderly living in rural America, there is no one in this country immune to the dangers of drug addiction. That is because drug addiction does not discriminate. It impacts the lives of men and women of all races, religions and socioeconomic groups. Understanding drug addiction is an important part of helping a loved one who is suffering from the disease. The following information is presented to help those who are living in silence with a drug addiction, or those want to reach out and help another person who is suffering from addiction.

About Alcoholism

The sustained abuse of alcohol has numerous long-term physiological effects including, but not limited to, liver damage, heart disease, brain damage…

About Prescription Drugs

Severe physiological and psychological effects may occur as a result of prescription drug abuse. These effects are extremely broad in scope and ….

About Crack Cocaine

Crack, Cocaine one of the most addictive substances abused in our society today. Crack is unique because unlike other forms of cocaine, which tend to…

About Heroin Cocaine

Heroin is a synthetic opiate, derived from morphine, but 4 times as addictive. It is illegal to manufacture, distribute or possess. Heroin is very…

About Opiates

The term opiate refers to the alkaloids (nitrogen containing organic compounds) found in opium, which is extracted from the seed pods of the opium and…

About Methamphetamine

Meth is an insidious drug. Methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor and as a sympathomimetic. Since it stimulates the…

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