Education is the most effective preventive tool for stopping our youth from ever experimenting with substances. But why is education so effective in halting drug experimentation before it even occurs? And how can we better educate our youth on drugs and alcohol?
These days, people might be more worried than usual about getting sick. But did you know that there are daily steps you can take to improve your immune system? And that doing so can help ward off illness?
For years, the consensus has been that marijuana does not produce withdrawal symptoms. New research suggests otherwise. If marijuana produces withdrawal symptoms, is it time to consider marijuana an addictive drug?
The COVID-19 health crisis is having numerous problems across American society. How are those who struggle with addiction being affected by the pandemic?
Reflect, if you will, on the person you were as a teenager. Who was your first crush? What ideals did you cling to? What fallacies do you invest your belief in? These are the years so many emphatically refer to as the ’blunder years’, when we all made many regrettable choices.
This program did more than just increase my chances of survival, it saved my life. I came in kicking and screaming my head full of psych meds and my body toxified. “The Narconon program gave me my life and body back 100%.
Then, my parents reached out to Narconon in an 11th hour attempt to save me from myself. There were tears, fights and emotional appeals for me to give Narconon a chance. My response to their pleas was that I would rather die than try rehab again. So why did I go?
It’s always important to protect your health. But in the midst of a health crisis, it’s even more critical that steps are taken to improve immune response. What can do to help protect yourself from illness?
Addiction is such a vicious, debilitating crisis that professional help is required to assist addicts in breaking free from their dependencies. To attempt recovery from drugs without professional help is dangerous and often doomed to fail.
The coronavirus pandemic has a lot of people facing hardship and unique challenges. For those in recovery, this may be a difficult time indeed. What can recovering addicts do to ensure that they do not relapse during the health crisis?