With 34 years of experience and 8 years of providing IV NAD, Haskell's revolutionary approach is to first understand the person's biochemical, hormonal and genetic profile using comprehensive blood labs, saliva hormone testing, cheek swab ...
The core of any drug and prescription rehab and recovery program must focus primarily on cellular detoxification. The accumulation of fat soluble drug residues inside the cells of our body and brain lead to side-effects because they interfere with the energy production of our mitochondria. Therefore, the primary focus must be to restore mitochondrial, cellular function. NAD is the answer BUT to receive the full benefits, it must be integrated into a personalized, holistic program. NAD should never be a stand-alone therapy. With 34 years of experience and 8 years of providing IV NAD, Haskell's revolutionary approach is to first understand the person's biochemical, hormonal and genetic profile using comprehensive blood labs, saliva hormone testing, cheek swab genetic testing, urine Kryptopyrroles, and assessment of over and under methylation (zinc, copper and histamine) according to Dr. Bill Walsh. Then, to prepare for and synergize the benefits of NAD he provides various therapies including lymphatic drainage, supplements to improve the pathways of detoxification, saunas, Photon Sound Beam, a wide variety of nutrient and oxidative IVs including the 10-Pass Zotzmann Ozone and UBI, the Bemer and colon hydrotherapy when appropriate. There is no way that IV NAD, by itself, will ever completely restore and person's physical and mental health. It just isn't that simple. https: //ivnaddrugaddictions.com/
Author: United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and ControlPublish On: 1988
The Impact on the Black Community : Hearing Before the Select Committee on
Narcotics Abuse and Control, House of Representatives, ... We must continue to
support research that will improve our efforts to treat and prevent IV drug abuse .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Health and the EnvironmentPublish On: 1990
These provisions are particularly important as IV drug abusersthat is , drug addicts who use needles to inject themselves ... I will summarize our findings for
each of the five provisions related to timely IV drug abuse treatment , and then
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Health and the Environment
Author: National Institute on Drug AbusePublish On: 1989
This does not mean , however , that IV drug use does not exist . As noted above ,
Asians do not always access the traditional services , and may not utilize drug treatment programs for a variety of reasons . The experience of Asian American ...
The premier text on substance abuse and addictive behaviors is now in its updated and expanded Fourth Edition, with up-to-the-minute insights from more than 150 experts at the front lines of patient management and research.
Author: Joyce H. Lowinson
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
The premier text on substance abuse and addictive behaviors is now in its updated and expanded Fourth Edition, with up-to-the-minute insights from more than 150 experts at the front lines of patient management and research. This edition features expanded coverage of the neurobiology of abused substances, new pharmacologic therapies for addictions, and complete information on “club drugs” such as Ecstasy. New sections focus on addiction in children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly and women’s health issues, including pregnancy. The expanded behavioral addictions section now includes hoarding, shopping, and computer/Internet abuse. Includes access to a Companion wesbite that has fully searchable text.
creased to a total of well over $ 2 billion annually to treat drug addiction ( ONDCP
1990 ) . ... treatment outcome , as measured by intravenous drug abuse , has
been found among outpatient methadone maintenance , residential drug free , and ...
Category: Drug abuse
This report summarizes the latest medical understanding about the health implications of the use and abuse of illegal and legal drugs, based upon research done since 1986. The research shows that dependence producing drugs, even those with social and legal acceptability like nicotine, exact too high a price on the health and welfare of people in the United States. The report also covers prevention research as well as treatment research.
Addiction Medicine addresses this disconnect, clearly explaining the role of brain function in drug taking and other habit-forming behaviors, and applying this biobehavioral framework to the delivery of evidence-based treatment.
Author: Bankole A. Johnson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The spectrum of addiction disorders presents practitioners with numerous challenges—among them the widening gap between a growing evidence base and the translation of this knowledge into treatment outcomes. Addiction Medicine addresses this disconnect, clearly explaining the role of brain function in drug taking and other habit-forming behaviors, and applying this biobehavioral framework to the delivery of evidence-based treatment. Its state-of-the-art coverage provides clinically relevant details on not only traditional sources of addiction such as cocaine, opiates, and alcohol, but also more recently recognized substances of abuse (e.g., steroids, inhalants) as well as behavioral addictions (e.g., binge eating, compulsive gambling, hoarding). Current behavioral and medical therapies are discussed in depth, and the book’s close attention to social context gives readers an added lens for personalizing treatment. An international panel of expert contributors offers the most up-to-date information on: Diagnosis and classification Neurobiological and molecular theories of addiction Behavioral concepts of addiction Clinical aspects of addiction to a wide range of substances, including opiates, stimulants, sedatives, hallucinogens, alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine Science-based treatment options: pharmacotherapy, pharmacogenetics, potential vaccines, brief and compliance-enhancing interventions, cognitive behavioral treatment, behavioral management, and other psychosocial interventions Behavioral addictions—including compulsive eating, Internet messaging, and hypersexuality—and their treatment Addiction in specific populations, including adolescents, the elderly, pregnant women, and health care professionals Legal, disability, and rehabilitation issues At once comprehensive and integrative, Addiction Medicine is an essential text and a practice-expanding tool for psychiatrists, health psychologists, pharmacologists, social workers, drug counselors, trainees, and general physicians/family practitioners.
This collection provides authoritative coverage of neurobiology of addiction, models of addiction, sociocultural perspectives on drug use, family and community factors, prevention theories and techniques, professional issues, the criminal ...
Author: Gary L. Fisher
Substance abuse is one of the most frequent and serious problems encountered by human service workers, criminal justice professionals, and clinicians. Unfortunately, many professionals in these fields receive little, if any, formal training about this problem. Our planned encyclopedia presents state-of-the-art research and evidence-based applications in A-to-Z format. Rather than create a compendium of specific drugs and drug effects, for which there are any number of fine titles already available, the focus will be upon practical knowledge and skills for pre-service and in-service human service professionals, including substance abuse counselors and prevention specialists.
This respected text from the American Society of Addiction Medicine is valuable for all physicians and mental-health personnel who specialize in addiction medicine and who treat patients with addiction disorders.
Author: Richard K. Ries
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This respected text from the American Society of Addiction Medicine is valuable for all physicians and mental-health personnel who specialize in addiction medicine and who treat patients with addiction disorders. The chapters blend scientific principles underlying addiction with the practical essentials of clinical addiction medicine. Many of the contributors are affiliated with leading government agencies that study addiction and its science, such as the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The book will appeal to a wide and interdisciplinary range of professionals, especially those with interest or duties relating to addiction-related disorders, and in particular physicians seeking certification status via either the American Board of Addiction Medicine or the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. A companion Website will offer the fully searchable text.
AIDS and HIV infection in intravenous drug addicts in the 90 ( 12 ) : 596-600 ( 20
ref . ) ... Drug and alcohol dependence and psychiatric populations : Attrition in substance abuse comparative treatment research : Int J Addict 1990 Jun ; 25 ( 6 )
Drawing on over fifty years of clinical experience and research at the Hazelden Foundation, the series provides authoritative coverage of a wide-range of topics critical to healthcare providers, students, and patients.
Author: David E. Smith
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
A clear, concise introduction to substance abuse treatment for non-specialist physicians. Provides information on the nature of addiction, brain chemistry, pharmacology, current treatment protocols, and specific populations such as women, adolescents, and the aged.
This book is an empirically based, clinically sound reference on substance abuse disorders, dispelling the myths about, demystifying misinformation regarding, and applying anecdotes toward empirically based treatments.
Author: Robert E. Tarter
This book is an empirically based, clinically sound reference on substance abuse disorders, dispelling the myths about, demystifying misinformation regarding, and applying anecdotes toward empirically based treatments. This book moves professional practice toward a more positive and clinically sound future. Viewing substance abuse from multiple perspectives - etiology, epidemiology, assessment, and treatment - this book serves as a reference to health care providers for up-to-date assessment instruments and treatment techniques. Sections I - III focus on epidemiology, development perspectives, and etiology. Section IV, Methods and Evaluation, presents the latest in drug toxicology, psychiatric assessment, psychological evaluation of alcohol and drug abuse in youth and adults, neuropsychological assessment, and family assessment. Section V covers the latest findings in psychodynamic psychotherapy, relapse prevention, network therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, short-term motivational therapy, 12-step recovery, pharmacotherapy, and social skill training. A final section presents details on special programs and treatments for specific addictions, such as those for adolescents, methadone maintenance, inpatient treatment, harm reduction, smoking cessation, adult children of alcoholics, and intervention issues for women. For professionals who address the increasing requirements of the managed health care system for cost effective, observable, and measurable treatment outcomes.
The topics explored in Geography and Drug Addiction include: Spatial patterns of drug use and addiction Linking spatial models with drug abuse research Interaction of social and environmental factors with biochemical processes of addiction ...
Author: Yonette F. Thomas
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Making Connections: Geography and Drug Addiction Geography involves making connections – connections in our world among people and places, cultures, human activities, and natural processes. It involves understa- ing the relationships and ‘connections’ between seemingly disparate or unrelated ideas and between what is and what might be. Geography also involves connecting with people. When I rst encountered an extraordinarily vibrant, intelligent, and socially engaged scientist at a private d- ner several years ago, I was immediately captivated by the intensity of her passion to understand how and why people become addicted to drugs, and what could be done to treat or prevent drug addiction. Fortunately, she was willing to think beyond the bounds of her own discipline in her search for answers. Our conversation that evening, which began with her research on fundamental biochemical processes of drug addiction in the human body, evolved inevitably to an exploration of the ways in which research on the geographical context of drug addiction might contribute to the better understanding of etiology of addiction, its diffusion, its interaction with geographically variable environmental, social, and economic factors, and the strategies for its treatment and prevention. This fascinating woman, I soon learned, was Nora Volkow, the Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse as well as the granddaughter of Leon Trotsky.
AIDS and self - organization among intravenous drug users . International
Journal of the Addictions , 22 ( 3 ) , 201-219 . Friedman , S. R. , Stepherson , B. ,
Woods , J. , Des Jarlais , D. C. , and Ward , T. P. ( 1992 ) . Society , drug injectors , and ...
Author: Jerome J. Platt
Publisher: Krieger Publishing Company
Category: Social Science
Examining the advances made in the last 10 years with heroin addiction, this book covers non-pharmacological interventions including cognitive behaviour therapy, theraputic communities, and family therapy. HIV and AIDS relating to hyperdermic needle use are covered, as is addicted women.
The Annual Review of Addictions and Offender Counseling, Volume IV: Best Practices is the fourth volume in a series of peer-reviewed edited books sponsored by the International Association of Addiction and Offender Counselors (IAAOC), a ...
Author: Trevor J. Buser
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
The Annual Review of Addictions and Offender Counseling, Volume IV: Best Practices is the fourth volume in a series of peer-reviewed edited books sponsored by the International Association of Addiction and Offender Counselors (IAAOC), a division of the American Counseling Association (ACA). Continuing the mission of past volumes, this volume provides a forum for publications addressing a broad array of topics in the field of addictions and offender counseling. Experts in the profession present innovative strategies and recommendations for best practices in drug education, intervention strategies, multicultural considerations, and counselor education.
Social Work Practice in the Addictions is a comprehensive evidence-based volume. Contributing authors of this volume have been carefully selected to ensure representation of the leading social work addiction researchers.
Author: Michael G. Vaughn
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
Social workers represent the largest body of addiction and mental health service providers, and there is a consistent need for up-to-date information. Social Work Practice in the Addictions is a comprehensive evidence-based volume. Contributing authors of this volume have been carefully selected to ensure representation of the leading social work addiction researchers. Additionally, researchers from other allied fields, including psychiatry, psychology, and public health, will also be involved to ensure a strong interdisciplinary perspective. Unlike other texts on addiction, this book incorporates ideas of social justice, practice with diverse communities, and ethics to represent the entire knowledge base of social work.
Author: California. Department of Alcohol and Drug ProgramsPublish On: 2008
Attachment C : Programs for IVDU ele Attachment C : Programs for Intravenous Drug Users ( IVDUs ) ( See 42 U.S.C. ... who requests and is in need of treatment
for intravenous drug abuse is admitted to a program of such treatment within ...
Author: California. Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
With thorough discussions on ethics, treatment planning, and case management, this text prepares readers to become ethical, competent counselors.
Author: Peter L. Myers
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Becoming an Addictions Counselor, Third Edition provides evidence-based findings, cutting-edge treatment techniques, and a focus on critical thinking to show future counselors how to respond to clients' needs rather than impose "cookie-cutter" routines. Topics explored in depth include: • Mentally ill chemical abusers • Individual, group, and family counseling skills • Clinical treatment issues Each chapter takes an experiential learning approach to these topics and encourages readers to practice individual and group counseling skills through structured activities and exercises. With thorough discussions on ethics, treatment planning, and case management, this text prepares readers to become ethical, competent counselors.