They’re little, white, oblong pills, and you if find these but don’t have a prescription for them, you should be suspicious.
They have M366 or M367 etched into the pills and you’re not sure what they are. You’ve just found them stashed somewhere in a loved one’s room or mixed in with their belongings.
Did you know that about 20 percent of American adults suffer from chronic pain?
It can be difficult to live life to the fullest when you’re suffering from chronic pain, let alone get through an average day. With chronic pain, even essential activities like taking a shower, brushing your teeth, or eating a meal can become agonizing chores.
Psychological addiction vs physical addiction.
Statistics show that 21 million Americans are addicted to one or more substances.
These figures reveal that while addiction can feel like a lonely place, this is something thousands of us battle.
Overcoming addiction is possibly one of the hardest, yet most worthwhile things one can do. This explains why so many recovered addicts go on to achieve incredible successes. Once tapped into, reserves of inner strength can transform your life.
Winnie the Pooh is a childhood classic. The story and its characters are instantly recognizable.
From Pooh’s rotund tummy peeking out from beneath his tiny, red shirt to Tigger bouncing from here to there on his spring-loaded tail, children and adults alike enjoy this classic tale of friendship.
But is there more to the story and its characters than meets the eye? Several studies and theories surround Winnie the Pooh mental disorders.
A personality disorder can make life and social interactions a huge pain to deal with. This pain is compounded when a serious personality disorder like narcissism is matched with an addiction to drugs or alcohol.
These struggles have a symbiotic relationship of sorts, as they feed off and interactive with the other.
If you think that you or a loved one are dealing with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), you should be vigilant about understanding its links to drugs and alcohol. Below we’ll explore that topic and more.
Have you been trying to reduce the amount of alcohol you drink, or maybe wish to eliminate it from your life completely? Have you ever wondered what happens to your body when you stop drinking?
Alcohol is a highly addictive substance and even a minor addiction can result in withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to stop drinking. Obviously, it can be even more difficult if you’re struggling with full-blown addiction and alcoholism.
Fortunately, there’s something you can do daily that can help: reflect on the benefits.