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danger of buying drugs online
09
May

The Dangers of Buying Illegal Drugs Online

From the dark web to social media, teens and adults alike are finding creative ways to buy illegal drugs online. The process is often quick, easy, and seems risk-free. However, this route to illegal drugs can be quite dangerous to both your health and your freedom. Here’s how it works and why you should think...
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what meth looks like
09
May

What Forms Does Meth Come In? Understanding Meth Types and Street Names

Understanding meth in all its forms and uses may be more complicated than most people realize. To really get the full picture, you need to know what it is and its street names, symptoms, and consequences. Once you realize how addictive and destructive meth is, you may be ready to seek help for yourself or...
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How to Detox from Meth
18
Mar

How to Detox from Meth

Although many people try to become sober on their own, professional drug therapy is significantly more likely to result in long-term methamphetamine addiction recovery. A medically assisted program from a detox center in Ohio is the first step in battling methamphetamine addiction. Medical methamphetamine detox clinics offer 24-hour medical treatment to people who are detoxing...
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most addictive drugs
11
Nov

The 5 Most Addictive Drugs: New Addiction Science

There are millions of individuals in the United States who suffer from substance use disorder. A study done by the National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics on general drug use showed that 31.9 million (11.7%) of the population over the age of 12 currently use illegal drugs, and that 20.3 million people admitted to having...
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sleep quality and addiction recovery
18
Mar

What’s the Connection Between Sleep Quality and Addiction Recovery?

Finding long-term addiction recovery involves more than just getting and staying sober. Recovery is a process that involves your mental, emotional, and physical health. However, poor sleep quality can greatly impact your ability to recover.  So, what exactly is the connection between sleep quality and addiction recovery? We’re sharing why it’s so important to have...
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meth abuse
04
Mar

Meth Psychosis: The Hows and Whys of Getting Help

Meth psychosis isn’t something that immediately comes to mind when the general population considers the effects of meth use. Symptoms of meth use, like sores on the face, weight loss, and rotting teeth are more commonly known. However, meth psychosis is a serious symptom of meth use that is estimated to affect up to 40...
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addiction treatment Ohio
18
Feb

Real Addiction Recovery Stories Prove Sober Living Is Possible

If you are currently on your sobriety journey or thinking about joining a recovery program to help you through the struggles of addiction, it’s important to recognize that you are not alone. Sometimes, it can feel like recovery isn’t possible. You might even wonder if it’s worth it. But the addiction recovery stories shared in this...
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Isotonitazene
21
Jan

Isotonitazene Found in Growing Ohio Overdose Deaths

News reports show that the Ohio opioid epidemic continues to spread throughout the state—and it is only becoming deadlier. Recently, the synthetic opioid called isotonitazene has been linked to overdose deaths in Illinois and Indiana, and now it has officially reached Ohio.  If you or a loved one struggles with drug addiction, you could be...
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drug and alcohol rehab
03
Dec

6 Reasons to Get Drug and Alcohol Treatment Before 2021

As we quickly approach the end of 2020, many people are starting to think about resolutions for the new year. For people with substance abuse issues, these resolutions often include entering drug and alcohol treatment programs. But if you are or know somebody who needs mental health, drug, or alcohol treatment, why wait until next...
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suicide prevention
26
Nov

Suicide Survivors: Preventing Suicide in Ohio

Since the start of 2020, there has been a four percent increase in suicides in Franklin County, Ohio. As you might imagine, there are many reasons behind this problem. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a tremendous toll on suicide survivors, people who have lost a loved one to suicide, and those who struggle...
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