Alcohol And Drug Rehabilitation: A Historical Perspective

Word Count: 1062 Summary: Every year, the stress of daily life seems to grow more complicated. Cell phones constantly ring; palm-pilots overflow with demanding schedules. Personal lives become complex and unmanageable. The self becomes lost within this whirlwind of relationships, commitments and deadlines. Eventually, pressures become overbearing for both body and mind. This is a major reason why personal health and fitness are so crucial. However, health food and personal trainers are incapable of re… Keywords: Alcohol,HDrug,Rehabilitation,Centers,Passages Malibu,Treatment ,addiction Article Body: Every year, the stress of daily life seems to grow more complicated. Cell phones constantly ring; palm-pilots overflow with demanding schedules. Personal lives become complex and unmanageable. The self becomes lost within this whirlwind of relationships, commitments and deadlines. …

Alcohol And Drug Abuse In Mental Health

Word Count: 690 Summary: Alcohol abuse is overrated, while drug abuse is underrated. The DSM manual suggests that substance abuse there are differences in the definition of drug and alcohol use. To confuse matters worse the law has its own version of who is an alcoholic or drug addict. Some of the symptoms that help professionals determine if alcohol and drugs are a problem include, excessive drinking/drugging, problems with the law, withdrawal symptoms, shaking of the hands, and so forth. If a p… Keywords: Alcohol,drugs Article Body: Alcohol abuse is overrated, while drug abuse is underrated. The DSM manual suggests that substance abuse there are differences in the definition of drug and alcohol use. To confuse matters worse the law …

Alcohol – Is there a comparison with hard drugs?

Word Count: 330 Summary: Alcohol is addictive. You will find many people who will argue with this statement, but alcohol fits all the definitions of a harmful and addictive drug. Given the toxic nature of alcohol, if the substance was discovered today, it would never be licensed as a drug or food. Keywords: alcoholic, alcohol abuse, liver disease, alcoholism, alcoholics anonymous, AA, alcohol addiction Article Body: Alcohol is addictive. You will find many people who will argue with this statement, but alcohol fits all the definitions of a harmful and addictive drug; 1. You need to take more and more of it to get the same effect 2. Your body becomes physically dependent on alcohol. 3. People die from alcohol …

Abuse Drug Treatment Program

Word Count: 915 Summary: Abuse Drug Treatment – Guaranteed! Quickly and Easily! Keywords: Abuse Drug Treatment Article Body: Alternative programs that divert felony drug offenders to substance abuse treatment programs rather than prison terms could save the U.S. * Implementation-educate parents, staff, and students; sponsor drug-free activities; identify and refer substance abusers for treatment; establish peer support and followup systems. This paper examines factors associated with a lifetime history of substance abuse treatment among women with drug abuse or dependence.” B. Providing comprehensive substance abuse advice and education regarding options for intervention, drug treatment, and continuing care. JCAHO is the gold standard in accreditation for drug and substance abuse treatment facilities. Our substance abuse treatment campus extends over a 40-acre …

A Step Closer to Drug Addiction and Phobia Treatment

Word Count: 542 Summary: This article tackles a research study on a drug that seemingly can treat phobias. This drug, an antibiotic, can also make way in treating drug addiction, such as cocaine. Studies were made in mice, and results promises addiction treatment. Further studies will make this drug usable in the near future. Keywords: treatment, phobia, drug abuse Article Body: Scientists are now looking into solving drug abuse cases by studying on a certain medication that could possibly be the most effective drug for treating addiction. This specific drug is also known to control phobias. The US Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory provides further evidence that a drug known as D- cycloserine could play a role in helping …