Addictions

Inhalant Addiction

Inhalant Addiction

Inhalant Addiction There are two types of inhalant addiction: physical inhalation of the drug or compound being abused and emotional reliance on the substance. The most dangerous inhalant is chlorogenic acid and amyl nitrate, better recognized as whipping or snappers. In Harmony Hills, know that serious physical addiction results from this type of substance abuse. …

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Sonata High

Sonata High

sonata high Sonata high drug  addiction is characterized by the physical and psychological dependence to cocaine. The intensity of the drug addiction varies from case to case but in most of the cases, the sufferer will compulsively need the drug. It has been noted that when the regular user starts taking the drug he craves …

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Am I An Addict

Am I An Addict

Am I An Addict? Are you wondering, “Am I an addict?” Addiction is a neuropsychological disorder characterized by an intense urge to perform certain behaviors, most often drug use. These behaviors often involve significant harm and negative consequences. As a result, repeated use of these substances alters brain functioning and erodes self-control. Quiz Addiction is …

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Broncleer

Broncleer

broncleer If you are an addict of codeine, you will be familiar with the name broncleer addiction. You will probably also know that bronchodilators such as codeine work by relieving congestion in the lungs and airways. When you take the drug, it will make your air passages less rigid, resulting in more efficient ventilation of …

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Synthetic Weed

Synthetic Weed

synthetic weed Synthetic weed has become more popular today many have become addicted, however the risk are terrible.  Synthetic Weed​ Dangers According to recent reports, some very real synthetic weed dangers include: * Indications of Lung Problems – Anecdotal evidence and research indicates that using synthetic weed can cause the onset of asthma and other …

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