Category: Addiction

Preventing Teen Substance Abuse is More Important Than Ever

Young teenager thinking about Teen Substance Abuse Every year that substance abuse is delayed during the adolescent brain development, the risk of substance abuse disorder decreases. Research shows that substance abuse initiated earlier in adolescence is indicative of a greater prevalence of substance use disorder (SUD) into adulthood. Amid the present epidemic of opioid use disorder and overdose mortality, making the prevention [...]
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How Addiction Affects Families

image of how Addiction Affects Families An individual can be addicted to any number of things such as sex, gambling, pornography, drugs, alcohol, and so forth. In this article, we will focus on how drugs and alcohol affect an individual and the family. Globally, more than 29.5 million individuals suffer from a drug use problem and 76 million people suffer from [...]
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What Should We Do Now to Counter the OUD Epidemic? – Re-focus Prevention Efforts and Separate Pain Patients from Addicts – Article 3

Match Burning Model of Man Dr. Mark Gold’s Research You Can Use As the war on curbing OUDs continue with rising momentum, it is also essential to take a step back and see if we are simply missing something. With all our efforts in overdose reversal and MATs we may be leaving out an important area which was most important [...]
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Middle-Aged Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Couple working through Middle-Aged Alcohol and Drug Abuse Middle-Aged Alcohol and Drug Abuse mortality rates are on the rise, but this bucks the image of it mainly affecting the younger generations. In general, alcohol and drug abuse are thought to be the most problematic among younger generations, as statistics on the prevalence of substance use typically reflect this. For instance, in 2014, only [...]
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