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Super Meth From Mexico: What to Know About This Dangerous Drug

Super Meth

As the drug war rages on, the frontlines are always changing. While the last decade was largely defined by the opioid crisis, other drugs, and variants of new forms of established ones, continue to crop up. One that has made the headlines recently is known as super meth, also known as p2p meth. Super meth […]

How Long Does Klonopin Stay in Your System?

How Long Does Klonopin Stay in Your System

Klonopin, also known by its generic name clonazepam, is a prescription medication that belongs to a class of drugs called benzodiazepines. It’s frequently prescribed for the treatment of seizure disorders and panic attacks. Sometimes, doctors also prescribe Klonopin for off-label uses such as insomnia, restless leg syndrome, and alcohol withdrawal. Those wondering how long does […]

What Does Alcoholic Nose Mean?

Alcoholic Nose

What Does Alcoholic Nose Mean? “Alcoholic nose” is a colloquial term for the red, swollen nose popularly associated with alcohol abuse. There is some debate as to how much this phenomenon actually has to do with alcoholism. The scientific term for the condition is “rhinophyma.” Rhinophyma, a skin condition characterized by a large, red, bumpy, […]

Are Shrooms Addictive?

Are Shrooms Addictive

What Are Shrooms? “Shrooms” are a slang term for “magic mushrooms,” a type of mushroom with psychedelic effects. The technical term for these drugs pertains to the psychoactive substance found within them – principally psilocybin and psilocin. There are over 180 species of mushrooms that contain psilocybin or psilocin, with Psilocybe cubensis and Psilocybe semilanceata […]

Does DBT for Depression Work?

DBT for Depression

Dialectical behavior therapy, or DBT, is a well-established therapy used to treat mental health issues. One of the most common mental health issues it treats is depression. In this article, learn how DBT for depression works and whether you can benefit from it. What is Dialectical Behavior Therapy? Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a type […]

Is It Okay to Take Buspirone and Alcohol?

Buspirone and Alcohol

What Is Buspirone? Buspirone, known by its brand name Buspar, is a medication primarily used to treat anxiety disorders. In particular, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Unlike some other medications used for anxiety, such as benzodiazepines, buspirone does not leave the user drowsy. It also has a lower risk of dependency. The way buspirone works is […]

Here’s How to Recognize the Symptoms of Too Much Suboxone

Symptoms of Too Much Suboxone

The opioid crisis has led to much more awareness of the importance of medication-assisted treatment (MAT). That is, using opioid antagonist medications to prevent those addicted to opioids from relapsing. One of the most common and helpful of these drugs is Suboxone. While the medication is specifically designed against abuse, it is possible to take […]

Are You Ready to Stop Drinking Alcohol? Here’s How

Stop Drinking Alcohol

A lot of people have problems with alcohol without realizing it. Drinking problems are often more subtle than our popular conception of the alcoholic, making it hard to realize when we need help. It can also be hard to know how to stop drinking, especially if the problem isn’t to the point of requiring professional […]

How Long Does It Take for Oxycodone to Work?

How Long Does It Take for Oxycodone Take to Work? SCBH

When dealing with powerful opioid painkillers, a key question to know is how long they take to work. Because what you don’t want is to take too much, too soon, and risk getting addicted. This is particularly pertinent when discussing oxycodone, a potent opioid analgesic. The timing of oxycodone’s effect can vary based on several […]

Is a Methadone Clinic the Same Thing as a Treatment Center?

Methadone Clinic

What Is Methadone? Methadone is a synthetic opioid that is commonly used for the treatment of opioid addiction and for pain management. It’s an opioid agonist, meaning it lessens withdrawal symptoms and cravings by acting on the brain’s opioid receptors. Methadone maintenance treatment was first approved for the treatment of opioid use disorder in the […]