The UK Addiction Treatment Group experts are warning those who are set to revel in a substance-fuelled long weekend.
A leading testing expert says expanding into much-needed medical services and the wellness industry could help improve the health of our country.
As a parent, I know that the teen years can be difficult ones that strain family relations.
Throughout the pandemic, we saw increasing numbers of people suffering from anxiety, depression, loneliness, and other mental health concerns.
Recent figures from the Office of National Statistics have revealed that drug deaths in the UK are on the rise again.
Drug use, particularly ketamine, has become an expectation at many festival events, as attendees look to enhance their experience and unwind.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
In 2009, Darren Long was so lost in the world of drugs that he was given six months to live.
With festival season in full swing, drug use is unfortunately very prevalent.
- Health & Wellness
Cannabis has been revealed as the most popular drug across the UK, in all regions except London and the East Midlands.
MDMA is a type of methamphetamine drug and is most often seen as a brownish white powder but can also appear in the form of a rock or a pill.
A review of the Government’s £80 million investment in treatment for drug users has shown that non-existent staff and fragmented clinical services.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
The road to addiction looks different depending on the person.
- Health & Wellness
Drug shortages are affecting pharmacies in England with two-thirds dealing with shortages every day and another 21% encountering them several times a week.
- Mind & Brain
There’s Little Evidence on How Psilocybin Therapy Interacts with Existing Psychiatric Treatments, Says New Study
There’s a lack of scientific research describing the interactions between widely used psychiatric medications and psychedelics like psilocybin and MDMA.
Drug abuse is classified as a mental health issue since it leads to various mental health problems, including anxiety, depression, etc.