Stimulants work in the body by affecting the central nervous system. More on how long it takes for stimulants to start acting and how stimulants work in the body and brain here.
What are the effects of mixing marijuana and alcohol? More here on possible harms and warnings for mixing marijuana with alcohol.
Insight into simple universal truths to apply to your life to change how you feel, not only about yourself, but about the world around you. Emotional sobriety and more here.
There is no current medication specifically recommended for crack withdrawal. And stopping crack can manifest withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, depression, cravings, body aches, chills and tremors. More here on what to expect during crack withdrawal and how to manage symptoms with a section at the end for your questions.
Learning to overcome addiction and related mental health issues is a huge challenge. Here, we review tools you may NEVER HAVE HEARD ABOUT. Then, we invite your questions and comments at the end.
A vivid description of what it’s like to be addicted to morphine and get off it, from Liam Farrell… a former family doctor from Ireland and a recovering morphine addict.
Crack withdrawal include physical and psychological symptoms that manifest when you stop using crack after a period of dependence. More on what to expect during crack withdrawal here.
Are you a co-addict? Read on to learn about enabling and co-addiction here.
Withdrawal from morphine symptoms can include malaise, depression, and restlessness. How can you address morphine withdrawal symptoms when they occur? More on morphine withdrawal symptoms and their treatment here.
The best way to withdraw from ecstasy includes tapering (for heavy users) and with the help of both a psychological and nutritional counselor. More here.