Meth Mouth

What Is Meth Mouth? Meth mouth is the tooth decay and poor dental strength that typically occur when someone is addicted to meth or methamphetamines. Meth mouth has been dubbed a “dentist’s worst nightmare” and is the result of a… Read More »Meth Mouth

Nicotine Addiction

What is Nicotine? Nicotine is a highly addictive chemical found in the tobacco plant. The addiction is physical, meaning habitual users crave the chemical, and mental, meaning users consciously desire nicotine’s effects. People become dependent on the actions involved with… Read More »Nicotine Addiction

Benzo Addiction

What is Benzo Addiction Benzo addiction is a disease that makes a person compulsively use benzos even though the drugs are harming their health and well-being. Quitting benzos suddenly can cause life-threatening withdrawal symptoms. Rehab helps people safely stop taking… Read More »Benzo Addiction

Xanax Addiction

What is Xanax Xanax is a benzodiazepine, a class of drugs that are known as central nervous system depressants because they produce a sedative effect [1]. Xanax comes in tablet form and is used to treat seizure disorders and specific… Read More »Xanax Addiction

GHB Drug

GHB Drug Abuse – What is GHB Drug? GHB or Gamma Hydroxybutyrate (C4H8O3) is a central nervous system (CNS) depressant that is commonly referred to as a “club drug” or “date rape” drug. GHB is abused by young adults at… Read More »GHB Drug


Nasal Spray is the first nasal formulation of naloxone to be FDA approved to treat known or suspected opioid overdose. When naloxone was first approved to reverse opioid overdoses, its brand name was “Narcan.” There are now many other formulations… Read More »Narcan


Quaaludes are the brand name for the sedative-hypnotic drug Methaqualone, which function in the body as a general central nervous system depressant. They were first introduced in the United States by pharmaceutical companies in the 1960s, marketed as a non-addictive… Read More »Quaaludes

Ketamine Addiction

Ketamine addiction is the physical or psychological tolerance that develops when a user takes this drug repeatedly. Such patience makes the user crave the drug, want more of the drug, and do more of the drug. This addiction can lead… Read More »Ketamine Addiction