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Not only does the Colorado Detox Helpline offer information on natural assisted detox and offer an on-call staff, but we also have a blog. Our blog is regularly updated with the latest advancements and updates in the field of detox and medicine. Feel free to browse through the blogs for more information.
January 4th, 2019 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
“Jackass” star Bam Margera checked into an alcohol rehab for the third time for alcoholism on New Year’s Day. Vocal about his tryst with alcohol and previous attempts at treatment, the 39-year-old pro skateboarder said that he was “hoping the term 3rd time is a charm is true.” Margera shared the news through his Instagram […]Continue Reading
November 22nd, 2017 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
Had citizens consciously made efforts to provide information to the police about drunk drivers based on their own observation, it would have lessen the burden of the police officers by providing them an extra pair of eyes. In the United States, alcohol-related crashes accounted for 22 percent of all crash costs and inflicted total economic […]Continue Reading
October 30th, 2017 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
Acetaminophen, popularly sold as an over-the counter (OTC) drug under the brand name Tylenol, is widely used for ailments like headache, cold, allergies, osteoarthritis and other conditions. The average person is therefore quite familiar with the drug and often self-prescribes this medication for the above-mentioned problems. Therefore, many people end up taking more than the […]Continue Reading
October 10th, 2017 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
When Alicia (name changed) was hardly 17, she had her first drink. After that, she started consuming it frequently due to academic stress, peer pressure and relationship troubles, eventually edging toward problem drinking. At times, unsolicited withdrawal symptoms would also crop up. Her drinking habit had swiftly gained control over her daily life by replacing […]Continue Reading
September 12th, 2017 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
People use a drug in combination with another to either heighten intoxication or increase the effect of the substance. Such a practice of mixing more than one drug at one time is commonly known as polydrug use. Sometimes mixing of two or more substances happen quite by chance when people are in an inebriated state […]Continue Reading
August 17th, 2017 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
Energy drinks, one of the most popular dietary supplements among American teens and young adults, are reported to contain high amounts of caffeine. Previous research shows that long-term consumption of such drinks can have serious side effects, such as palpitations, high blood pressure, nausea and vomiting, among others. Now, a new study suggests that young […]Continue Reading
June 19th, 2017 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
With a rapid rise in the breast cancer incidence rate recently, it has become the most common cause of cancer deaths among women. Although factors such as increasing age, a family history of breast cancer, obesity, radiation exposure, etc., are largely associated with an increased risk of breast cancer, a heavy intake of alcohol often […]Continue Reading
February 23rd, 2017 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
Alcohol is an addictive substance that has found its way across time and cultures to most of the celebrations and festivals. Due to the social validation of moderate drinking, it is not surprising to see an increasing number of people indulging in drinking, especially after work or during their leisure time. Unfortunately, people who drink […]Continue Reading
February 9th, 2017 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
Drinking is often regarded as a social activity and is prevalent in cultures across the world. Gulping down a glass or two is considered “normal” when perceived from social perspective. But it is difficult to establish how much of alcohol consumption is good and how much of it is bad. When normal social drinking turns […]Continue Reading
April 18th, 2016 | Colorado Detox Helpline Team
Marijuana use disorder, a common phenomenon in the United States, accompanies behavioral problems and disability. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), as marijuana abuse is associated with other substance abuse disorders, it often goes untreated. A study, published in the American Journal of Psychiatry in March 2016,Continue Reading
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