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The Psychology Behind Craving vs. Wanting By Cheryl Steinberg As recently as 2005, Alan Marlatt and Katie Witkiewitz described craving as "possibly the most widely studied and the most poorly understood concept in the study of drug addiction" in their book Relapse Prevention: Maintenance Strategies in... Learn More
If You Could Erase Your Past, Would You? Eternal Sunshine of an Addicted Mind When I came across an article on called, “Erasing Your Traumas,” I was intrigued. I also immediately thought of the 2004 Oscar-winning movie, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. The basic premise (don’t... Learn More
Substance Showdown: Alcohol v. Marijuana We are going to put alcohol and marijuana to the test. Marijuana and alcohol are two of the most commonly used substances on the face of the planet. In fact, a majority of the world has tried one or both... Learn More
Your Baby’s Brain on Drugs   Your Baby's Brain on Drugs Obviously, exposure to drugs prenatally is bad for a baby’s brain. A baby’s brain is growing and developing while you are pregnant, so when drugs are introduced, it can disrupt this growth. The amount... Learn More
Your Brain On Drugs: Inhalants Your brain on drugs: Inhalants Inhalants are chemical vapors that people inhale to get high. They are also known as air blasts, aimies/ames/amys, bagging, bolt, boppers, bullet, climax, glading, gluing, hardware, hippie crack, huffing, kick, medusa, pearls, poor man’s pot,... Learn More
Your Brain on Drugs: Heroin  Your Brain on Drugs: Heroin Your Brain on Drugs: What is heroin? Heroin is an illicit street drug known as an opiate that is synthesized from morphine. Heroin is a naturally occurring substance that can be extracted from the seed... Learn More
Your Brain on Drugs: Cocaine Your Brain on Drugs: Cocaine Cocaine is a powerful stimulant drug. It increases alertness, causes feelings of euphoria, and enhances energy. Anxiety, paranoia, and restlessness are common, with tremors and convulsions occurring at higher doses. Three routes of administration are... Learn More
Your Brain on Drugs: Meth Meth abuse recently received much media attention when past America’s Next Top Model contestant Jael Strauss appeared on Dr.Phil for an intervention on her addiction. There's also the TV-drama "Breaking Bad" that storylines a teacher who runs a meth lab... Learn More
Your Brain on Drugs: Marijuana Marijuana is the most commonly abused drug in the United States. About 2 in 5 Americans report smoking marijuana. 10% of the population uses marijuana on a daily basis. Marijuana is made up of a mix of dried flowers, stems,... Learn More

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