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    Voodoozahn

    6 years ago

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    NIDA for Teens Drug Facts on Alcohol - Offers resources for teens and teen influencers. Get the latest on how alcohol affects the brain and body. Features videos, games, blog posts, and more! Easy-to-Read Drug Facts on Alcohol - Has pictures and videos to help readers understand the text. The website also can read each page out loud.
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    Nikazahn

    6 years ago

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    Jun 02,  · Substance abuse involves the chronic use of alcohol and drugs. A person who abuses alcohol has a greater risk of using at least one other substance, such as marijuana, cocaine and heroin. Prolonged consumption of drugs and alcohol increases your tolerance, therefore requiring more of the substance to achieve the same desirable effects.
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    Fejas

    6 years ago

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    Feb 22,  · Alcohol often has harmful interactions with prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs, and even some herbal remedies. Alcohol interactions with medications may cause problems such as.
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    Tygosho

    6 years ago

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    Aug 21,  · Excessive substance abuse affects many parts of the body, but the organ most impacted is the brain. When a person consumes a substance such as drugs or alcohol, their brain produces large amounts of dopamine, which triggers the brain’s reward system. After repeated drug use, the brain is unable to produce normal amounts of dopamine on its own.
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    Kazitaur

    6 years ago

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    Feb 09,  · Substance abuse is when you take drugs that are not legal. It’s also when you use alcohol, prescription medicine, and other legal substances too much or Author: Teresa Dumain.
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    Tadal

    6 years ago

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    Licensed Clinical Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor Licensure. Testing. Continuing Ed. CE Hours, Units & Training. CE Approved Application. CE Approved Providers. The Center for Addiction Studies and Research. Forms. Alcohol Drug Abuse Counselors Forms. Native American Counselors Forms.
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    Gardarg

    6 years ago

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    Alcohol is a depressant. Combine it with a stimulant, such as cocaine, and the two drugs compete with each other. The depressant drug tries to slow the brain/central nervous system down, while the stimulant tries to speed it up – putting your brain/central nervous system under great pressure.
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    Mauktilar

    6 years ago

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    Drugs and alcohol | healthdirect. Learn more about alcohol and a range of drugs including marijuana, ice (crystal meth) and MDMA (ecstasy). Learn more about alcohol and a range of drugs including marijuana, ice (crystal meth) and MDMA (ecstasy). Menu. Healthdirect Free Australian health advice you .