Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine Addiction Information

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For a family who is forced to watch someone degrade themselves everyday through using drugs or alcohol and watch their self esteem, pride, dignity and assets dwindle away, life can seem very depressing and unfair. To make matters worse, the addicted person’s problems then spill over into the rest of the family via irresponsible decisions and actions, legal issues, embarrassment due to public behaviors and sometimes personal abuse or neglect  [ Read More ]

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Biochemical Aspects Of Addiction L. Ron Hubbard discovered that when a person uses drugs over a period of time, the body becomes unable to completely eliminate them all. Drugs are broken down in the liver. These metabolites, (the substances the body converts the drugs into) although removed rapidly from the blood stream, become trapped in the fatty tissues. There are various types of tissues that are high in fat content,  [ Read More ]

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L. Ron Hubbard and the Narconon® drug and alcohol rehabilitation program The Narconon program has from the beginning been founded on key principles developed by author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The keynote is that an individual is responsible for his own condition and that anyone can improve his condition if he is given a workable way to do so. It is based on improved understanding of his fundamental nature:  [ Read More ]

The History of Cocaine Cocaine has a long history which involves the once condoned use for medicinal purposes in the 1890’s to being one of the most widespread abused drugs today. Click here or the title above for the full text. » check out our history of cocaine timeline Cocaine Cocaine abuse and addiction continues to be a problem that plagues our nation. In 1997 an estimated 1.5 million Americans  [ Read More ]