What Are Hallucinogens?
Hallucinogens are a groups of drugs which cause perceptual disturbances and changes in thoughts and feelings.
Can I Combine Drugs and Breastfeeding?
Breastfeeding is highly recommended, but if you use drugs while breastfeeding -- whether prescription, over the counter, recreational or illicit drugs -- they may cause problems for your baby. How can you decide whether or not to breastfeed your baby if you are on medication, drink, smoke or take drugs?
Five Ways to Curb Your Drug Cravings
Cravings are a normal reactions to discontinuing drug use. They can easily trigger a relapse, but try these simple strategies for curbing your cravings before you score another hit.
Understanding a Drug Addict
Trying to understand a drug addict? Understand how a drug addict feels before, during and after taking drugs.
What Are Poppers?
Glossary definition of the inhalant drug, amyl nitrate, also known as poppers.
What Is Hallucination?
Glossary definition of hallucination
What Is PMMA?
Glossary definition of PMMA.
What is a Flashback?
Glossary definition of flashback.
What is a Contact High?
Glossary definition of the phrase contact high.
What Is Acid?
Glossary definition of lysergic acid, the drug.
What Is Delusion?
Glossary definition of the term delusion
Evidence-Based Therapy for Addiction
Therapy for addiction is big business. And people struggling with addictions, and their loved ones, are often desperate by the time they seek help, but are overwhelmed with the multitude of options promising a new life free of alcohol and drugs, while real life stories warn of relapse and life savings thrown away on ineffective scams. So how can you make a wise decision when you don't know what is truly effective? The main evidence-based therapies for addiction are covered in this article.
Movie Review -- Crystal Fairy and the Magical Cactus
Review of Crystal Fairy and the Magical Cactus, the 2013 movie about a group of people who try taking mescaline.
What is Mescaline?
Mescaline is a hallucinogenic drug with a fascinating history.
What is Depersonalization?
Depersonalization can happen as a result of drug intoxication or withdrawal, but can also be a symptom of a treatable mental health disorder.