What is glass

What Is Glass?

What is glass? Crystal methamphetamine, or crystal meth, is an illegal, habit-forming drug with an impact on your central nervous system. The drug looks like frosty crystals, which is why users sometimes refer to meth as glass. BoardPrep Recovery Center has treatments and programs designed to treat glass dependency holistically. Users seeking to shake the…

Woman struggling with bipolar disorder and drug addiction

Bipolar Disorder and Drug Addiction

When individuals have both a mental health disorder and a drug addiction, they have co-occurring disorders. Co-occurring bipolar disorder and drug addiction are common. In the past, professionals saw mental disorders and drug addictions as separate issues. Therefore, individuals often needed to seek treatment separately, leading to low success rates for individuals dealing with both…

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Physician Health Programs for Addicted Doctors

Physician Health Programs for Addicted Doctors Drug addiction runs rampant among medical professionals. USA Today reports, “Across the country, more than 100,000 doctors, nurses, and technicians and other health professionals struggle with abuse or addiction, mostly involving narcotics such as Oxycodone and Fentanyl.”  What sets doctors and nurses apart from other professionals is their accessibility…

narcotics vs opiates

Narcotics vs. Opiates

What are the qualities of narcotics vs. opiates? “Narcotics” is a catch-all term referring to painkillers that dull the senses. Opiates refer to substances made from natural opiates and synthetic products called opioids. Today, the term narcotics also covers opiates. If you want to stop using narcotics, BoardPrep Recovery Center’s outpatient drug rehab programs in Tampa, FL,…

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What Teens Learn from Vaping

Make no mistake, vaping behavior is a gateway to harder drug use. Getting hooked on nicotine through smoking is already the top addiction. Now, vapor delivers nicotine to the brain much more effectively than smoke. Higher blood concentrations of nicotine occur in “vapers” versus smokers, generally. But set aside physical addiction, the chemical and structural…