Wednesday, 30 May 2018

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Friday, 25 May 2018

Music therapy for Addiction

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Research shows that music enhances and optimizes the brain, providing better, more efficient therapy and improved performance of cognitive, motor, and speech/language tasks.Music therapy is now increasingly used as part of an effective addiction treatment program.
While music therapy alone is not enough to overcome addiction, it can be an effective supplement to a comprehensive addiction treatment program
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The benefits of using this alternative therapy program include:
Helps reduce stress and encourages relaxation
Helps alleviate depression and anxiety
Encourages optimism, which is a feeling that can persist long after the end of a therapy session
Provides a cure for boredom and restlessness
Promotes self-awareness and self-expression
Helps foster communication in clients with trauma issues
May assist with concentration levels and focus
Reduces muscle tension including headaches, back and neck pain
Promotes better sleep
Reduces feelings of loneliness and low self-esteem by bringing a group together
Gives the body’s immune system a boost, which helps with overall healing. ..... To know more https://bit.ly/2GjqfKO

Wednesday, 23 May 2018


Aromatherapy can be very helpful in giving up addictions. The nasal cavity is in close proximity to the brain, and various smells can open up neural pathways, lift moods, and promote beneficial states of consciousness. Aromatherapy uses essential oils and these oils used also have other healing properties.
  •  Anise Oil – Improves relaxation and sleep
  • Basil Oil – Curbs addictive cravings and helps in withdrawal
  • Bergamot Oil – Helps relieve anxiety, depression, and compulsive behaviour
  • Black Pepper Oil – Helps alleviate the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal
  • Eucalyptus Oil – Dispels alcohol cravings
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Tuesday, 22 May 2018

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Monday, 21 May 2018

Friday, 4 May 2018

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New vaccine could help people overcome "BATH SALTS" abuse


BATH SALTS
Researchers have developed a vaccine for one of the most dangerous types of synthetic cathinones, or bath salts. The vaccine blunts the illegal stimulant's effects on the brain, which could help recovering drug users who experience a relapse.

Synthetic cathinones are stimulants made to mimic the stimulate effects found in the khat plant. The most powerful compounds in this drug class can produce deadly overdoses as well as life-threatening side effects such as organ failure.
The new vaccine targets two very potent synthetic cathinones known as methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) and alpha-pyrrolidinovalerophenone (alpha-PVP). "Because the chemical structures of these illegal drugs are often changed to evade drug laws, we decided it was important to develop a single vaccine that will be effective against more than one medically dangerous synthetic cathinone," said McClenahan. Results from the new study showed that rodents receiving the vaccine produced high amounts of antibodies that attached tightly to MDPV and alpha-PVP in the blood stream. This immune response was able to decrease the stimulant effects of MDPV for months. The researchers observed that vaccinated rats exhibited significantly less MDPV-induced movement and significantly shortened MDPV-induced activity compared to untreated rats.

EFFECTS OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA

Sometimes, marijuana strains that contain high amounts of THC can:
  • Alter your senses: marijuana is known to enhance one’s senses, altering the way things taste, sound, look, etc. 
  • Cause disorientation or dizziness: it is not uncommon for marijuana users to feel lightheaded, which can cause some discomfort in sensitive users.
  • Slow reaction time and impair body movement: Marijuana has been shown to slow motor control. This can make it difficult for some users to complete certain tasks, such as driving.
  • Cause short-term memory issues: Marijuana has been known to inhibit the ability to form short-term memories.
  • Cause drowsiness or sleepiness: Marijuana can also cause drowsiness in some users. While some look for these effects to help them sleep, users should be aware of this side effect is consuming marijuana during the day.
  • Create dry mouth: One commonly reported side effect is a dry sensation in the mouth. This effect seems to be caused by the involvement of the endocannabinoid system in the inhibition of saliva secretion.
EFFECTS OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA
Sometimes, marijuana strains that contain high amounts of THC can:
  • Alter your senses: marijuana is known to enhance one’s senses, altering the way things taste, sound, look, etc. 
  • Cause disorientation or dizziness: it is not uncommon for marijuana users to feel lightheaded, which can cause some discomfort in sensitive users.
  • Slow reaction time and impair body movement: Marijuana has been shown to slow motor control. This can make it difficult for some users to complete certain tasks, such as driving.
  • Cause short-term memory issues: Marijuana has been known to inhibit the ability to form short-term memories.
  • Cause drowsiness or sleepiness: Marijuana can also cause drowsiness in some users. While some look for these effects to help them sleep, users should be aware of this side effect is consuming marijuana during the day.
  • Create dry mouth: One commonly reported side effect is a dry sensation in the mouth. This effect seems to be caused by the involvement of the endocannabinoid system in the inhibition of saliva secretion.

New vaccine could help people overcome "BATH SALTS" abuse

BATH SALTS
Researchers have developed a vaccine for one of the most dangerous types of synthetic cathinones, or bath salts. The vaccine blunts the illegal stimulant's effects on the brain, which could help recovering drug users who experience a relapse
Synthetic cathinones are stimulants made to mimic the stimulate effects found in the khat plant. The most powerful compounds in this drug class can produce deadly overdoses as well as life-threatening side effects such as organ failure.The new vaccine targets two very potent synthetic cathinones known as methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) and alpha-pyrrolidinovalerophenone (alpha-PVP). "Because the chemical structures of these illegal drugs are often changed to evade drug laws, we decided it was important to develop a single vaccine that will be effective against more than one medically dangerous synthetic cathinone," said McClenahan. Results from the new study showed that rodents receiving the vaccine produced high amounts of antibodies that attached tightly to MDPV and alpha-PVP in the blood stream. This immune response was able to decrease the stimulant effects of MDPV for months. The researchers observed that vaccinated rats exhibited significantly less MDPV-induced movement and significantly shortened MDPV-induced activity compared to untreated rats.

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