Reviewing DBT

Reviewing DBT

Before you decide where to attend rehab you should research the types of therapy used to treat addiction. After learning about the different therapeutic approaches used to treat addiction you will have a better understanding of what causes addiction and how therapy aims to resolve it. Dialectical Behavior Therapy is one approach commonly used to […]

Why LSD Isn’t Harmless

Why LSD Isn’t Harmless

People erroneously believe that some drugs are harmless, because they are seen as less addictive as hard drugs, or because the consequences of abusing them are mild. This kind of mentality has blocked people from seeking help, especially LSD users who are reluctant to admit their problems. Since this drug goes not cause physical dependency, […]

Why Is it Common for Someone to Abuse More than One Drug?

Why Is it Common for Someone to Abuse More than One Drug?

Drug users take multiple drugs for many reasons, mostly to intensify or lengthen the feeling of being high. When a person is a polydrug user, his addiction is more severe and requires more specialized treatment to live successfully in recovery. Mixing drugs together, especially on the club scene, is a common occurrence among recreational users […]

Has LSD Been Changed to Reduce Abuse?

Has LSD Been Changed to Reduce Abuse?

LSD is a drug that distorts a user’s sense of reality. This can lead to seeing images, hearing sounds and experiencing sensations that do not exist. These effects can be pleasurable and even stimulate the mind of the individual. At the same time, LSD can also produce undesirable effects. Psychotic-like episodes can occur. In some cases, […]

Everything You Need to Know About Why LSD Abuse Is Dangerous

Everything You Need to Know About Why LSD Abuse Is Dangerous

LSD is a hallucinogen that disrupts the natural interactions between serotonin and nerve cells. Originally,this drug was produced in a crystalline form. Now the drug is often crushed, dissolved and applied to paper sheets. After 30 to 90 minutes of use, the drug acts on the serotonin receptors found in the brain. This significantly impacts […]

Is LSD Abuse Changing?

Is LSD Abuse Changing?

While rates of LSD use have fluctuated dramatically since its creator, Albert Hoffman, first synthesized it in 1938, survey data indicates epidemic-like growth in the use of LSD and other hallucinogens since the 90s. Unlike the European club scene escalation – which is primarily MDMA (or ecstasy) use by adults in their 20s – the […]

Can I Become Physically Dependent on LSD?

Can I Become Physically Dependent on LSD?

LSD is a hallucinogen that is known commonly as acid. The drug is made from lysergic acid that is manufactured from a fungus.[i] LSD abuse is quite widespread, particularly among young adults. LSD in its pure form is a slightly bitter, odorless and white crystalline powder. It can also be incredibly potent. Pure LSD in […]

Is It Bad to Mix LSD with Other Drugs?

Is It Bad to Mix LSD with Other Drugs?

LSD is a semi-synthetic psychedelic drug and one of the most potent mood-changing chemicals available.[i] It is sold in tablet, capsule, and liquid form.When LSD (also known as acid) enters the brain, it disrupts the interaction of nerve cells and serotonin. This triggers hallucinations and creates profound distortions of reality. Recreational use is referred to as […]

What Makes LSD Different from Other Substances?

What Makes LSD Different from Other Substances?

LSD is a strong hallucinogenic drug that profoundly affects the user’s mind and emotions. This drug is also known as acid and was created in 1938 by chemist Albert Hoffman. Most commonly this drug is found on small tabs of paper soaked in the drug or in sugar cubes. After the drug is absorbed in […]

Public Perception of LSD Addicts

Public Perception of LSD Addicts

Addiction to LSD or any substance is a disease. Like all diseases it requires treatment. With treatment individuals can and do manage this disease and find healthy, balanced and sober lives. Public perception of addiction and addicts does not always reflect the truth of recovery, but this same public perception is growing and developing. As […]