I used to have this idea in my head that no matter what I did, substances always enhanced the experience. If I was going to the beach or fishing on a boat, cold beer was a necessity.
As October approaches, Halloween approaches with it. It’s admittedly a fun time of year, where kids and grown-ups alike can ditch their everyday attire, get their creative juices flowing and try to out-do their classmates, friends, or co-workers as they dress up in costumes of their favorite characters.
I remember how excited I was when I first heard about Vivitrol—an opiate blocker that is only administered once a month and comes without the horrible withdrawal side effects that accompany Suboxone and Subutex when discontinued. I loved the idea.
Almost everyone seems to have an opinion when it comes to the drug crisis . It’s a major societal issue that’s been around for over 20 years and shows no signs of stopping or slowing down.
If there’s one comment I get from families on a regular basis, it’s “he (or she) doesn’t think they have a problem so there’s really nothing I can do.”…
Well, New Jersey just set an overdose death record for the fourth year in a row. Everything is “extra” in New Jersey, even their amount of overdose deaths caused by the usual suspect, fentanyl.
Let’s face it… Americans love their opiates. Even though the U.S. only comprises of a small percentage of the world’s population, we consume most of the world’s opiate supply. It appears as though the United States has an unrelenting hunger for drugs.
Narconon Suncoast Spreads Message of Freedom On January 16th, 2017, Narconon Suncoast joined community leaders, activists and neighbors on Monday to celebrate the 33rd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at Coachman Park in Clearwater Florida...
My addiction has affected my life by destroying my health, my relationships with my family and friends, as well as destroying my body and mind. I was an Adderall addict for 5 years.
Before I came to Narconon Suncoast, I was homeless, sleeping on the ground in a cardboard box. The only way I could fall asleep was if I was high. My addiction started innocently enough, or so I thought. I was smoking weed and drinking occasionally.