Journal of Drug Abuse

About Journal of Drug Abuse

Journal of Drug Abuse is aim to publish foster activities in the field of drug abuse and the burden associated with mental, neurological and substance use disorders, and to promote mental health worldwide.

Journal of drug abuse is interested to accept reliable manuscripts base on mental health, neurological and substance abuse problems and service systems; evidence-based technical guidance on mental health and substance abuse; strengthening policies and systems for mental, neurological and substance abuse care; strengthening capacity on mental health and substance abuse policies and systems to deliver services that are effective, adequate and respect the human rights of affected individuals, and respond to emerging mental health problems such as emergencies and HIV/AIDS.

Drug abuse Journal has one of the fastest turnaround times of any medical journal in the world. Generally peer review is complete within 2-3 weeks and the editor’s decision within 2-7 days of this. It is therefore very rare to have to wait more than 4 weeks for a final decision. Journal of Drug Abuse are welcoming submissions of original research, perspectives, case studies, and review articles. Please see our Guide for Authors for more information on article types and submission requirements.

Journal of Drug Abuse is committed to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics and takes all possible measures against any publication malpractices.

Submit manuscript at http://www.editorialmanager.com/imedpubjournals or send as an e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at drugabuse@imedpub.org or drugabuse@imedpub.com

Drug Abuse Resistant Education (D.A.R.E)

It’s an international substance abuse prevention education program which prevents the use of controlled drugs basically a tertiary crime and violence prevention education program. Proposed first in Los Angeles Unified School District as a drug control strategy. Usually students enter the program and are supposed to take a pledge as in not to use drugs or join any gangs apart from this they are taught by the local police officers about the dangers of recreational drug use in an interactive in-school curriculum lasting for ten weeks.

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Drug Addiction

Drugs are chemicals that disrupts the brain the nerve cell function. Addiction is all about getting accustomed to a particular habit which itself is a complex disease and inorder to quitting this habit depends upon an individuals strong will power. Drug abuse is all about dependence ona legal or illegal drug or medication.Few legal stubtances like alcohol and nicotine are also considered as drugs.This abuse disbalances the mindset of an individual by changing the structure and function of the brain.This habit or addiction has a great impact on brain.In order to presume a better life people must stop abusing drug.When an individual gets accustomed then he loses self-control and becomes unable to take any sound decisions

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Drug Addiction Treatment

It involves the medication or treatment that helps an individual yo counteract addiction’s powerful disruptive effects and regain control all over again.Proposal through researchers suggests that combining addiction treatment medications along with behavioral therapy is the best way to ensure success foe most patients.Its very important for an individual to regain control and recovery henceforth these treatments are quite beneficial.Drug addiction is preventable disease including prevention programs.Drug addiction can be prevented if a person never abuses drugs.The treatment process must also deal with any underlying issues that an individual faces including personal or professional problems as well

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Drug Addiction Recovery

Drug habit recuperation i.e to decide that you need to make a change.The best way to do so is to keep a check on yourself as in how addiction is creating problems in your life.The most important step in this recovery is to question yourself that why exactly you have decided to make a change or improve yourself,all you can do is to pamper yourself up that you are putting an end to an addiction to alcohols or drugs.One must have the ability to cope with stress,must spend your free time and feel about yourself,act optimistically.The moment you have decided to make a change start exploring your rehab treatment and recovery options.The only way to recover fast is to be committed to your treatment programs.

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Drug Rehabilitation

Rehab is a place where a patient undergoes proper medication and treatment for dependency on psychoactive substances like alcohol, prescription drugs and strret drugs including cocaine, heroin, amphetamines. The main intention of a rehab is to enable the patient to cease substance abuse to avoid the physical consequences caused by extreme abuse. Treatment includes medication for disorder or depression where counseling by experts are given and sharing of experience with other addicts are usually carried. Meditation and spiritual wisdom is included sometimes in the medication process. Psychological dependency is used where the experts give advice to patients to interact in a drug-free environment.

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Subtance Abuse Treatment

Substance abuse is to develop a substance use disorder-use of alcohol or drugs that is compulsive or dangerous to combat any disorder. The indication of substance abuse is the addiction or dependence that is continued inspite of facing the side effects or negative consequences due to the consumption of that substance. There are professionals who provide treatment for substance use disorders. The caregivers are specially trained individuals certified or licensed as substance abuse counselors. The steps in treatment include clinical assessment and asking random questions to the patient. The counselors will help you to implement the most effective treatment. Detoxification is one of the steps involved in treatment which helps the patient to withdraw from their habits which can be fatal to them. Other treatment programs includes: Inpatient treatment, residential programs, hospitalization, outpatient and intensive outpatient programs and methadone clinics (opinoid treatment).

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Advances in Substance Abuse Treatment:

The advances in abuse treatment includes “methadone” treatment which blocks the effect a person get from an opioid drug also called methadone maintenance treatment.” Buprenorphine” is another medication that is used to treat opioid dependence.”Naltrex one” reduces the craving for alcohol.

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Drug abuse in US

Drugs like cocaine, heroin, marijuana, methamphetamine and other illicit drugs are used in US. The most alarming trend is the use of illegal drugs like tobacco, and alcohol among the youth.US in comparison to India has this drug abuse problem in youngster. This consumption rate is quite high in US

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Journal of Psychiatry, International Journal of Drug Development and Research, American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, Alcohol and Alcoholism, Journal of Substance Abuse, Alcohol, The American Journal on Addictions, Journal of Addiction Medicine.

Treatment of Drug Addiction

It’s a process which helps the addicted individuals to stop compulsive drug seeking habit. The duration of treatment may vary from time to time and from individual to individual based on their state or condition. Drug addiction is a chronic disorder which is characterized by occasional relapses. Treatment may involve multiple interventions and regular monitoring. Treatment may include behavioral therapy, medications or combination of treatments which varies depending on patient’s individual needs and on the drug type the use. Behavioral therapies can help in motivating people to participate in drug treatment, teaches ways to avoid drugs and preventing relapse.

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Cocaine Abuse

Cocaine is one of the most illicit drugs (prohibited by international law), a powerful stimulant used frequently and is highly addictive. The regular user experiences a sense of euphoria i.e a state of intense excitement and happiness immediately after taking the drug.

Common signs of cocaine abuse includes:

  1. A need to increase the dosage to get the same effect.
  2. Suffering from mild withdrawal symptoms
  3. Difficulty with stopping use of the drug
  4. Using the drug more frequently on a regular basis

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Transitional Living Homes

Drug addiction recovery programs are available on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. Both types of programs may lead to positive treatment of an addiction, an inpatient program has fewer advantages over an outpatient one. The primary advantage of inpatient rehab is that the drug user enjoys 24hrs of supervised care. Inpatient program not only help users through some of the more difficult moments as the patient's body proceeds through detoxification process but the supervision aspect of the program can also help prevent user from seeking out and ingesting more of the addictive substance. As the changes to any medication being used to help the patient through detoxification can be made in a much faster way than the patient being seen on an outpatient basis.

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