Category Archive for: ‘PCP’

  • Executive Crossing Point

    What You Need to Know About PCP

    PCP, technical name Phencyclidine, is a drug first developed during the 1950s. It was intended to be used as an IV anesthetic, but the side effects were too severe for this drug to be an acceptable option. PCP side effects include mania, hallucinations, delirium, aggressive …

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  • Blog Post Week 44 4

    What Is PCP And Why Is It Abused?

    PCP, technically named phencyclidine and often called angel dust on the street, is a drug that is frequently abused in the USA. The consequences of this type of substance abuse can be devastating, for the user and for anyone who comes into contact with the …

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  • Blog Post Week 44 2

    What Are Hallucinogens?

    What are hallucinogens? Are these drugs addictive? Hallucinogenic drugs can include a number of different compounds that usually come from plants and fungi, including mushrooms. Some may be psychologically addictive while others are not. Some of the most common hallucinogens found today include:     …

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  • What Are Club Drugs And Why Are They Used

    What Are Club Drugs And Why Are They Used?

    Club drugs are those that are commonly used as a part of the party scene. These events may be called raves, and they often occur at clubs and can last all night long. Hundreds of people or even more at times spend the night dancing, …

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  • Blog Post Week 26 4

    5 Reasons That Lawyers Usually Benefit More From An Executive Rehab Program

    1. Lawyers and other professionals have high standards and are used to certain luxuries and amenities. A typical treatment program is crowded and stressful, and has a difficult environment to recover in. These programs have lower success rates due to these factors. An executive rehab …

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