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  • The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is a nonprofit public benefit corporation that empowers youth and adults with factual information about drugs so they can make informed decisions and live drug-free. DRUG EDUCATION: Get Drug Facts. Watch the Real People, Real Stories Documentary. See They Said / They Lied PSAs. Start Free E-Courses. Take the Quiz. Download Booklets.

  • How Does Social Media Affect Teen Substance Use?  For many generations, a large percentage of teens have been interested in experimenting with drugs. Unlike past generations, however, teens in the modern world have access to a powerful source of exposure and peer pressure to engage in harmful substance use. While social media cannot directly cause teens to experiment with alcohol or drugs, they can be a powerful motivator to do so. While drug use in America is on the rise overall, teen substance use continues to decline year over year. This finding is encouraging. However, adults must be aware of the ways in which exposure to social media could encourage a teen to develop unhealthy tendencies with regard to substance use.

  • Talking to Children and Teens About Drugs - The first step in keeping children and teenagers safe from substance abuse is to talk about the dangers and risks; open communication is crucial. Parents also need to set a positive example where drugs and alcohol are concerned. (Much more also available at  "Breaking News" on the DrugReport.com home page.)

  • Understanding the Opioid Epidemic: Opioid Abuse in America - Offers an overview of how the opioid epidemic is impacting the U.S., along with information and resources for those seeking to understand the signs and effects of opioid use. Our guide includes definitions, statistics, and resources about current research and legislation seeking to help prevent opioid abuse.

  • Monitoring for Prescription Drug Abuse, Misdiagnoses and Overmedication - The strength and prevalence of today’s prescription drugs are contributing to rising numbers of drug addiction cases in the United States. Medical practitioners and health professionals of all types must be aware of the realities of prescription drug overuse.

  • Fentanyl All You Need to Know About the Deadly Drug - Fact Sheet, Overdose signs and symptoms, Why is Fentanyl so dangerous, Emergency First Aid, Safety checklist for First Responders, Recommended PPE Safety Gear, Exposure Prevention

  • Drug Rehab - Guiding You From Rehab to Recovery - Educating different communities on the correlation between mental health and substance abuse. I strive to help people who are struggling, and their loved ones, by connecting them to the right treatment options around the U.S. Call Now to Find an Inpatient Drug Rehab Are you or a loved one struggling with prescription painkillers, alcohol or street drugs like heroin? Call our drug abuse hotline to be connected with a rehab or detox center and start your new life today. For immediate treatment help call:(877) 751-8041 Or click and we’ll call you immediately:

  • Blood Alcohol Content Calculator - BAC Calculator Blood alcohol content, or BAC, is an important number that helps determine the level of alcohol in a person’s bloodstream. The higher the BAC, the more alcohol is likely to have an impact on everything from coordination and balance to emotions and brain function. Controlling your alcohol intake and watching your BAC levels can help prevent harm both to yourself and to others. To make tracking your BAC levels easier, consider using the BAC calculator. A BAC calculator will help do the math for you, providing an estimate of your current blood alcohol content.

  • College Drinking - Changing the Culture - This is your one-stop resource for comprehensive research-based information on issues related to alcohol abuse and binge drinking among college students.

  • AlcoholTreatment.net is an organization dedicated to helping individuals seek recovery from alcohol addiction. Speak to one of our treatment specialists to learn more about alcohol rehab centers, treatment options, insurance, and more.

  • Alcohol Rehab Guide (Treating Alcoholism) - We can help you find the best treatment program for your needs, location and budget. Most insurances accepted. When you’re struggling with an alcohol use disorder (AUD), you may feel as though there’s no end in sight, but you don’t have to suffer alone. There are many treatment options available today that will help you recover from alcoholism and get back to living a healthy and fulfilling life. Alcohol Rehab Guide is an organization that provides comprehensive, reliable information on the various aspects of alcohol abuse and addiction. We offer support and guidance for those who are struggling, as well as their parents, family members, friends, and community members. The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 3.3 million people die each year from alcohol abuse. Our goal is to provide helpful information to as many people as possible on alcohol abuse, addiction, and recovery options.

  • Alcohol Detox and Sleep - We’re trying to promote awareness of sleep disorders in high-risk populations. My team has been researching the reported rates of sleep disorders in alcoholics in active addiction and recovery, and we’ve found that many alcoholics are not prepared for dealing with insomnia during and after detox. ...As anyone who’s been through alcohol detox can attest, sleep problems are one of the largest obstacles to recovery. Not helping matters is the fact that detoxing from alcohol isn’t an overnight process. It takes time for your body to adjust to living without alcohol, and you’ll experience sleep problems during that time. By the end of this guide, you’ll understand how alcohol disrupts sleep, what causes sleep problems during detox, and coping tips so you can sleep better during this tough time, and stick it through to the end. ...Table Of Contents: How alcohol disrupts sleep  ...Detox timeline and symptoms ...Sleep problems during alcohol detox ...Alcohol detox and insomnia ...How to get better sleep during alcohol detox

  • How Alcohol Impacts Sleep – What You Should Know (Alcohol and sleep guide) - by Katie Golde - Expert Verified By: Caleb Backe, CPT - This piece will cover all the different ways alcohol affects sleep, including making us fall asleep quicker, decreasing the amount of time spent in REM sleep, contributing to vivid dreams and nightmares, increasing the number of times we wake up during the night, and upping our risk of obstructive sleep apnea. It will also touch on how hangovers can affect sleep and the links between alcohol use disorder and sleep. Finally, our alcohol and sleep guide will offer resources for anyone who wants to learn more about how alcohol affects sleep, as well as resources for anyone concerned about their drinking or seeking assistance for alcohol use disorder.

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