What Are The Components of Drug Withdrawal

What is drug withdrawal? It is the experience that a person who is addicted to drugs goes through at the outset when quitting. A drug addict may also face withdrawal symptoms when he or she can’t get another fix and has gone longer than normal without using the drug. If you have ever been a regular coffee drinker, you can get some idea of what drug withdrawals are like when you think of how you feel when you skip your morning cup. You might feel a headache, or perhaps you get irritable and snappy with your family or co-workers. This…

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Narconon International First Step program bringing a helping hand to more of troubled Mexico

Not too much over a year ago, Clark Carr, president Narconon International, was invited by Laura Capaceta, a United States citizen born in Mazatlan, to offer the first Narconon First Step Workshop to drug rehabilitation centers in Mexico. They started with two Catholic 12 Step centers directed by Laura’s nephew, Victor Capaceta. Victor, himself a former drug addict, after doing 12 Step (Alcoholics Anonymous) work, had also gone to Narconon Navojoa in Sonora and graduated the full program. The simple, practical First Step program was wildly popular with his staff and interns (students) and workshops were delivered to other 12…

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