It’s a known fact that alcohol consumption impairs one’s awareness of self, making the individual a poor judge of their physical abilities and tolerance. With that in mind, it’s quite concerning but not surprising that a new study found upwards of 50% of drinkers believe they are sober enough to drive when they are not.
Out of the worst thing that ever happened to me came the best thing that ever happened to me.
My son started using drugs when he was 15. We struggled trying to help him for years. He overdosed once and again. After his third overdose, his father and I were done. We knew that if we didn’t do anything, he would be dead. Then we found Narconon. Narconon saved my son’s life!
In August of this year, my life was spiraling out of control. I realized that if I continued to live the way I was living, I would soon lose everything I had worked so hard to obtain. My wife, my children, my career and my health were all at risk, and it was time that I “got up from the floor” and fought back.
Addiction doesn’t take the holidays off. There's no better time than now to learn how to cultivate true sources of happiness rather than continuing a painful effort to find it in drugs or alcohol.
One common belief about drug addiction is that such addictions only occur in people who are unemployed, impoverished, or already beset with a serious life crisis. Contrary to that notion, anyone can struggle with addiction, including business professionals and finance experts.
Years have gone by and the myth of prescription stimulant use for “improved college performance“ still exists among college students seeking to boost their test scores. Finally, there is enough scientific data on the real effects of misusing prescription stimulants to firmly indicate what really happens when college students experiment with these drugs.
Substance abuse negatively affects every American industry through critical harms like: Lost productivity. Workplace accidents. Injuries. Missed work. Excessive sick days. Low morale. Interpersonal conflicts. Increased illness.
Narconon raises awareness for drug addiction and Red Ribbon Week by hosting a golf tournament fundraiser.
Drug and alcohol addiction are serious crises of the body and mind that can affect anyone. Even managers and business owners, persons who appear to be doing well in their chosen careers, can fall prey to addiction.