Looking at The Addicted Brain

Studying the human mind is a difficult and lengthy endeavor for medical scientists, psychologist, psychologists and other fields with interests there. The primary reason is that to untangle many mysteries of how the human brain works we would have to break many laws which guarantee the humane treatment to all people. While it would make Read More

Ranking Substance Addictions

Just the idea of ranking addictions in any way can feel like attempting to figure out who is worse a cheater or a thief? But as science and medicine research continues to advance and the nature of addiction becomes clearer and more precisely understood, it becomes possible to rank substances in several ways. A recent Read More

The Future of Addiction Prevention Starts Today

An old say you may or may not have heard before is “Children are the messages we send into the future.”  But what if we thought about it from a slightly different perspective and make a small adjustment to that saying; “Children are the potential addicts we send into the future”. It certainly gets us Read More

The Filling the Hole Left Behind From Addiction

Substance addiction can take many forms independent of the various substances themselves. The frequent use of alcohol, for instance, can fill up a lot of time quickly while simultaneously coloring the choices you make and even how your interactions with the things you choose to engage in are perceived. Even something simple as watching television Read More

How Does Cocaine Damage The Body?

Sniffing cocaine, often referred to as ‘snorting’, is a method of ingestion in which a person inhales a fine powder form of the drug through the nose. One of the more well-known effects of snorting cocaine is damage to the nose and nasal cavity which leads to loss of smell and nose bleeds. In some Read More