When recovering from addiction, most people experience a wide range of emotions, including fear, frustration, excitement, and boredom. They may also feel euphoria (extreme joy). Euphoria most often occurs at..
Many people celebrate Christmas and welcome the new year by attending parties with family, friends, or coworkers, where alcohol is often served to party-goers. However, people with an alcohol use..
Thousands of people in Ohio live with alcohol or drug addiction (also called substance use disorder). Many of them seek help at 12-step programs. Here’s what you should know about..
In the last few years, many Ohioans have started taking palmitoylethanolamide (PEA). This dietary supplement acts as an analgesic (painkiller) and anti-inflammatory agent. It has not been approved by the..
The holiday season brings with it opportunities to relax, reconnect with family and friends, and enjoy traditional meals. However, some people find the holidays to be stressful. This can be..
Many Ohioans use pre-workout supplements (also called “pre-workouts”) to help them achieve their fitness goals. These substances are said to enhance your workout by improving your energy, focus, and blood..
Stimulant drugs (also called psychostimulants) are substances that speed up your central nervous system. The most commonly abused stimulants in Ohio include illegal drugs like cocaine and methamphetamine as well..
When drug addiction gets to the point of requiring medical treatment, the next step is to find a rehabilitation center. People may be unaware of the different types of addiction..
Fentanyl is a controlled substance linked to numerous drug overdose deaths. As a synthetic opioid, it’s up to 100 times stronger than the opiate (natural opioid) morphine. Throughout the opioid..
While many Ohioans abuse well-known drugs like heroin and cocaine, others have started abusing new psychoactive substances (NPS). These relatively unknown substances are designed to mimic the effects of popular..
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