Meth withdrawal is treated mainly with behavioral therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral and contingency-management interventions. Learn more about what to expect and where to find help during meth withdrawal here.
What happens to the body and mind when you stop taking cocaine? A review of primary and secondary side effects during cocaine withdrawal here.
Spice is abused mainly through smoking, but can also be used in baked goods or taken as a tea. More on Spice, its abuse potential and its effects here.
Ecstasy peak levels occur about 45 minutes after consumption, while effects last from 3-6 hours. More on the pharmokinetics of ecstasy (MDMA) here.
Signs of cocaine withdrawal include a “crash” period of fatigue, dysphoria, and decreased interest followed by changes in mood and possible mood disorders. More on cocaine withdrawal and its signs here.
The way marijuana is administered determines its onset of effects. Smoked marijuana = seconds or minutes to kick in. Oral consumption of weed = 20-45 minutes to onset. More here.
5 things that can cause relapse include: old haunts and friends, internal justifications, toxic relationhips, unhealthy choices, and stress. More on how to manage these triggers here.
Yes, you can OD on Spice. We review common symptoms and their treatment here.
When you should seek emergency or medical help during meth withdrawal? A review of problematic symptoms and protocol for their treatment here.
In the event of a crisis in your life, what do you do? Get prepared here.