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Get Addiction Help ASAP for New Designer Drug ‘Cloud 9’

Posted under Addiction Help, Drug Rehab, Ecstasy, Hallucinogen, Stimulants, Wyoming

There’s a new, nasty, so-called ‘designer drug’ in town. It’s known as Cloud 9, or C-9. Why it’s called Cloud 9 is beyond me – because the effects of it are anything but what we would normally think of when someone says they’re ‘on Cloud 9.’ It’s dangerous, addictive and deadly, and anyone using it more…

Get Addiction Help Fast for Bath Salts

Posted under Addiction Help, Drug Addiction, Drug Rehab, Methamphetamine, Stimulants

In case you’ve been wondering about the new drug called ‘bath salts’, here’s some additional information. By the way, if you have kids or friends who use drugs, you have to warn them about bath salts. A guy who’s been using the drug since December just murdered his girlfriend. Bath salts can cause very strange, more…

Study Drugs: Does This Sound Like Your Daughter?

Posted under Adderall, Addiction Help, Massachusetts, Stimulants

If you’re thinking that all the college kids taking Adderall and other stimulants as study drugs are sincerely trying to get more out of their education, check out the recent statement made by a University of Massachusetts sophomore: “I love Adderall,” she said. “I love it. I can write papers in, like, an hour and more…

New Drug In Town – Ivory Wave Bath Salts. Watch Out!

Posted under Addiction Help, Hallucinogen, Stimulants

There’s a new drug in town. It’s sold as bath salts called Ivory Wave. It contains a mixture of lidocaine, the local anesthetic used in dental offices and other medical settings, and pyrovalerone, a hallucinogenic stimulant prescribed for weight loss and chronic fatigue or lethargy. Side effects of pyrovalerone include anxiety, anorexia, shaking, trembling, tremors, more…

Do I go to detox or rehab?

Posted under Addiction Help, Benzodiazepines, Drug Detox, Drug Rehab, Opiates, Prescription Drugs, Stimulants, Valium, Xanax

Detoxification is defined by most people as simply just withdrawing from drugs. In a lot of cases, a withdrawal that is medically supervised isn’t necessary and can just be done at home. This is especially true with most stimulants, painkillers and even heroin, although it is often preferred with the latter two to do a more…

Addiction Vs. Dependence, are they the same?

Posted under Addiction Help, Ritalin, Stimulants

Without going into a lot of details, the short answer is probably no, and unfortunately the line between the two is pretty grey, but there is a definitely more to it… A drug “addiction” is generally defined as compulsive, drug-seeking behavior which is due to physical and/or mental dependency on a drug, despite knowingly causing more…

Exams Drive College Students to Prescription Drugs

Posted under Addiction Help, Drug Addiction, Prescription Drugs, Stimulants

Are we making progress in colleges? Several studies have verified that more college kids are using prescription drugs than ever before. And they’re very easy to get. In a recent interview, a college student estimated that anyone in school would know at least 20 people who are either prescribed Adderall or other stimulants or can easily get more…

Stimulants Drive Need for Addiction Help

Posted under Addiction Help, Drug Addiction, Prescription Drugs, Ritalin, Steroids, Stimulants

Some time ago I had an allergic reaction to something I ate and my face got so badly swollen you could barely see my eyes. After a couple of days my doctor put me on steroids to get the swelling down before my face exploded. They worked, but they also had other rather intense effects in that more…

More Addiction Help Desparately Needed for Prescription Painkillers, Stimulants and Sleeping Aids

Posted under Addiction Help, Drug Addiction, Painkillers, Prescription Drugs, Stimulants, Tranquilizers

Officials have determined that Heath Ledger died of an overdose involving a combination of six prescription drugs – painkillers, tranquilizers and sleeping aids. “We have concluded that the manner of death is accident, resulting from the abuse of prescription medications,” the New York City Medical Examiner’s office said in a statement. Could addiction help have more…