What to Do When Your Drug Use Becomes Too Much

What to Do When Your Drug Use Becomes Too Much

When drug use has become too much figuring out what to do can be confusing and frightening. Even if you know you have a problem it is difficult to admit you need help. You may not be sure your habit is bad enough to require treatment but if you feel like your abuse is too […]

How to Stop Self-Medicating

How to Stop Self-Medicating

Self-medicating with a drug like LSD has become an all-too-common way for people to manage a mental health condition. The fact is, however, that such drug abuse can destroy both mental and physical health and further complicate an already challenging situation.1 What Does“Self-Medicating” Mean? People self-medicate when they attempt to manage a mental health condition […]

Why 12-Step Programs Matter

Why 12-Step Programs Matter

If you are struggling with an addiction to a drug, like LSD, it may be easy to dismiss the usefulness of 12-Step programs. They are often the butt of many jokes. Much of the ridicule stems from people’s ignorance and misinformation. 12-Step Programs Are Often Misunderstood Based on stylized representations shown in movies and TV […]

How Others Influence Your LSD Use

How Others Influence Your LSD Use

Drug use, especially use of hallucinogens like LSD, is intertwined with social interactions. A group of friends who experiments with drugs encourages each other to keep using, as a way of maintaining social bonds and acceptance. Beyond the influence of drug-using friends, families with a history of addiction also subconsciously influence members to seek out […]

Staying Sober while on Vacation

Staying Sober while on Vacation

Inpatient and outpatient rehab focus on ways to combat temptations to abuse a user’s former drug of choice. An unanticipated struggle may arise when a recovering addict receives his first opportunity since the addiction to go on vacation. While away, a recovering LSD addict may be tempted to relapse, but if he prepares for this […]

How Sharing Your LSD Addiction Story Can Help You and Others

How Sharing Your LSD Addiction Story Can Help You and Others

Hallucinogens such as LSD may not be physically addictive, but this drug alters a user’s psychological state. Hallucinogenic drugs put users at risk of harming themselves.The reason for is that this form of drug causes psychosis.This is a period where a person’s thoughts and perceptions are disturbed. The individual may have difficulty understanding what is […]

Benefits of Addressing LSD Addiction Problems Early

Benefits of Addressing LSD Addiction Problems Early

Addictions generally develop over time. First, a user experiments with the drug or uses a drug socially. Then as time passes, substance abuse continues and develops into addiction. LSD addiction does not look the same as other addictions, such as heroin or cocaine addiction. Rather, LSD abuse has a variety of warning signs. Some common […]

How Education Can Prevent LSD Addiction

How Education Can Prevent LSD Addiction

LSD is a hallucinogen that does not cause physical dependence and addiction. However, many people become emotionally and psychologically addicted to this powerful drug. Understanding addiction along with its side effects and withdrawal symptoms can help you prevent drug use and addiction in your family and community. Knowledge is power, and knowing as much as […]

Finding Accountability to End LSD Use

Finding Accountability to End LSD Use

Personal responsibility is important for ending any addiction, including a psychological addiction to LSD. Someone who relies on LSD as a way to escape reality or enhance creativity experiences many unwanted negative experiences. Under the drug’s influence, a person is unable to function normally and susceptible to dangerous or violent outbursts. While ending LSD use […]

Using LSD to Cope with a Loved One’s Illness

Using LSD to Cope with a Loved One's Illness

LSD is usually taken for its mood altering effects. This illegal drug produces hallucinations and distorts reality. The side effects of LSD begin in as little as thirty minutes after ingestion and can last up to 12 hours[1]. Those who use the drug also report enhanced sensory experiences with lights or music. LSD does not […]