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Lesbian & gay drug rehab in Vermont


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Drug Facts


  • At least half of the suspects arrested for murder and assault were under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • 13% of 9th graders report they have tried prescription painkillers to get high.
  • People who regularly use heroin often develop a tolerance, which means that they need higher and/or more frequent doses of the drug to get the desired effects.
  • MDMA (methylenedioxy-methamphetamine) is a synthetic, mind-altering drug that acts both as a stimulant and a hallucinogenic.
  • Because of the tweaker's unpredictability, there have been reports that they can react violently, which can lead to involvement in domestic disputes, spur-of-the-moment crimes, or motor vehicle accidents.
  • Ecstasy causes hypothermia, which leads to muscle breakdown and could cause kidney failure.
  • Most people try heroin for the first time in their late teens or early 20s. Anyone can become addictedall races, genders, and ethnicities.
  • The strongest risk for heroin addiction is addiction to opioid painkillers.
  • Sniffing gasoline is a common form of abusing inhalants and can be lethal.
  • Over half of the people abusing prescribed drugs got them from a friend or relative. Over 17% were prescribed the medication.
  • Opiates work well to relieve pain. But you can get addicted to them quickly, if you don't use them correctly.
  • After hitting the market, Ativan was used to treat insomnia, vertigo, seizures, and alcohol withdrawal.
  • Even a single dose of heroin can start a person on the road to addiction.
  • Dilaudid, considered eight times more potent than morphine, is often called 'drug store heroin' on the streets.
  • Steroids damage hormones, causing guys to grow breasts and girls to grow beards and facial hair.
  • Over a quarter million of drug-related emergency room visits are related to heroin abuse.
  • 22.7 million people (as of 2007) have reported using LSD in their lifetime.
  • Alprazolam is a generic form of the Benzodiazepine, Xanax.
  • In 1981, Alprazolam released to the United States drug market.
  • Ambien is a sedative-hypnotic known to cause hallucinations, suicidal thoughts and death.

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