Fentanyl Overdose, Cocaine, Drug Addiction & Alcoholism

by Candace Bruce | March 10, 2019

When I was 5 years old I never envisioned myself at 22 years old in fentanyl overdose, using cocaine, with a drug addiction and alcoholism. In fact, I thought I would be a veterinarian because I liked animals. I was using drugs in high school and drinking quite a bit, but I was still good […]

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Kratom Withdrawal Timeline

by Balboa Horizons | February 6, 2018

Kratom Withdrawal Timeline: What to Expect The Kratom withdrawal timeline can be similar, though less intense than that of an opiate withdrawal. Kratom withdrawal largely is dependent upon the user and how much they have been consuming. For those who frequently use Kratom, it can be challenging to stop, especially after consuming large doses. The […]

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5 Ways To Prepare For A Family Intervention

by baladmin | October 23, 2013

When someone you love has been abusing drugs and alcohol, and you are ready to step in, a family intervention, coming from a place of love and concern, is an effective way to guide him or her toward rehab. 1. Create a Cohesive Group When you think about all the people that care for the […]

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5 Ways To Prepare For an Intervention

by Balboa Horizons |

Addiction is something no one should have to face alone. It can sneak up on people. Experimentation with drugs leads to continued use. As a result, a tolerance to the drug of choice develops and the user takes more to counter the increased tolerance. This develops a dependence on the drug and the user becomes […]

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