Dissociative drugs are a type of drug that causes hallucinogenic effects such as an altered perception of sight and sound. They are sometimes called hallucinogenic drugs as well. The feeling of detachment from one's self or environment is also a pronounced effect of dissociative drugs....

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There are many different types of depression. Situational depression is an adjustment disorder that is brought about by stressful events. In other words, situational depression is a response to traumatic situations that may make it difficult to go about your everyday life. How Is Situational Depression...

Recovery isn’t just about detoxing and trying to ignore your cravings. While it might seem like all you need to do to sustain sobriety is stop using, recovery is much more complicated than that. You have to treat more than the symptoms and causes of...

Many people who struggle with addiction never get treatment. There are many reasons for this, but one of them is that they worry that they can’t put their life on hold while they go through addiction recovery. We have so many obligations and responsibilities that...

Every child yearns for the freedom and independence of adulthood, but not everyone is ready for the responsibilities. When children grow up, they may realize that looking for a job and paying the bills may not be so fun after all, but what about responsible...

Many people let themselves slide into unhealthy habits during the holidays. That’s one reason why we set New Year’s resolutions. For some, the issue isn’t eating too many cookies, though. During the overwhelming holiday season, it’s easy for those with substance abuse disorders to struggle...

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