Ecstasy (MDMA) Abuse

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Ecstasy is a slang street term for MDMA which is a psychedelic and stimulant man-made drug that's used by many teens and young adults. There are some older adults that use ecstasy but it's much more commonly used by the younger generation. MDMA is used throughout the United States it's just more popular in some states compared to others. MDMA is a shortened way of referring to 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine....

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Long and Short Term Substance Abuse Treatment

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Inpatient treatment centers can provide long and short term inpatient treatment and are run by qualified professionals that understand addiction, know what it takes to maintain abstinence, and work with their patients toward their sobriety and recovery. Treating addiction is very complex because no two people or their addictions are completely alike. Residential treatment centers that offer individualized treatment programs designed for each patient's individual unique needs are very successful. Many long and short term residential treatment programs include medications to help assist a person's recovery from drugs or alcohol....

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SMART Recovery

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SMART Recovery helps people recover from all types of addiction and addictive behaviors. These addictions and behaviors include alcoholism, drug abuse, drug addiction, substance abuse, alcohol abuse, gambling addiction, cocaine addiction, and addiction to other substances and activities....

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Inhalants and Huffing

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Drug abuse is on the rise today and most parents and caregivers are aware of the illegal drugs that are used by people of all ages, from adolescents to older adults. We need to stay equally aware of the dangerous chemicals and substances that are in our homes every day. These common products can be found in every home and it really doesn't matter how old you are, there are people in every age group that huff inhalants to get high....

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