Home Drug Test System
The young man described the bloody dismemberment of solders in his unit and his guilt over having survived. When asked what he did when he returned to camp, he said he just
â€śwanted a drink.â€ť
The use of alcohol is one of the first drugs resorted to for relief from physical, mental and emotional pain and discomfort. It is used as an ingredient in house disinfectant, hand sanitizers, and antiseptics to reduce pain for infections and wounds and has served as an anesthetic for emergency operations. It is one of the most common sources of relief for stress after work and helps facilitate social interactions at weddings, birthday parties, and various events of celebration. It is used to diminish fear and anxiety and often serves as one of the most popular forms of self-medication for the mentally ill.
The transformation of alcohol from a source of first aid to an item of abuse is indicated when hand sanitizers and/or cleaning disinfectants are drank or sniffed (i.e., huffing); these behaviors are especially common among children and youth. Needing a drink before being able to go to work, school, performing daily activities or before going to the party is a clear indication that alcohol use has advanced to abuse.
If the abuse of alcohol continues, it often causes diabetes, heart problems, seizures, dementia and an array of often physical and mental disorders. Experiencing the use of alcohol as an item of curiosity and first aid to something that destroys health and well-being is very much determined by the reason and frequency of its use. Contrary to some opinions, the decision to abuse alcohol is not necessarily acquired at birth or inherited.
Alcohol is a very accessible drug; its use has often been promoted by culture, religion, politics and economics. I have always been fascinated by the response of indignation I receive when I ask alcoholics if they use other substances of abuse. â€śNo, I donâ€™t use that sâ€”t!â€ť The point is that the use of alcohol and other substances of abuse is an acquired taste nurtured by exposure, social influence, and experience. While there is no guaranteed solution to prevent alcohol or any other substance abuse, the following is recommended as being helpful:
Following these recommendations will not cure all the problems of alcoholism, but it will help reduce the incident of alcoholism and other substance of abuse.
â€śI am only one person but I am one and I will not allow what I canâ€™t do to stop me from doing what I canâ€ť (Author unknown)Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment November 17, 2011
Incentives for Adults
We are now offering incentives for living a drug-free lifestyle. When you go online to collect the results of your Dr. Brown’s Home Drug Testing System, negative results will get you entered in a jackpot drawing. If your number is selected, you will be prompted to complete a form to receive your prize. Continue reading →
The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved the first over-the-counter home test kit designed for parents to determine whether their children are using drugs.
The product can detect in urine the presence of marijuana, PCP, amphetamines, cocaine, heroin, codeine and morphine. It will be sold in drug stores and other outlets. Continue reading →