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For drug treatment, Los Angeles turns to us- Watch video. – Need drug treatment in Los Angeles? We can help. For mental health problems and addiction, try our holistic treatment centers. Our 4 centers specialize in du…


Genetics Identify Risk for Addiction and Tailored Treatment Plans for Pain

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A larger GARS study also was conducted with 80 participants from two substance abuse treatment centers: the G&G Holistic Addiction Treatment Center, North Miami Beach, Fla., and Malibu Beach Recovery Center, Malibu Beach, Calif. In addition to the …
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How Do You Determine “g” Without Specific Tools?

Question by demarr_10: How do you determine “g” without specific tools?
You are stranded on a strange planet and need to know the local acceleration due to gravity (g). You have rocks, a string, and a watch. With these items how do you determine “g” for your new home planet?

Best answer:

Answer by (?)Mistress Bekki
You can make a simple pendulum.

The period for small oscillations is:
T = 2 pi sqrt (l/g)

Solve for the gravitational acceleration:
g = 4 pi^2 l^2 / t

What Does It Mean on an Att Phone When the Little “G” at the Top of the Screen Changes Color?

Question by ?BlueEyez?: What does it mean on an Att phone when the little “G” at the top of the screen changes color?
I have service through att and there is a little “g” in a box at the top of my screen. Most of the time it is blue, but every now and then it turns red. What does that mean when it changes colors? Thanks 🙂

Best answer:

Answer by Kojiro
it means that there is an active gprs connection

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What Does the “G” Represent in the Symbol of Freemasonory?

Question by eparkes08: What does the “G” represent in the symbol of Freemasonory?
I can find explanations about the square and compass, but I can’t seem to find the answer for the “G”. Thanks.

Best answer:

Answer by creative_dark_mind
**The following information is a copy/paste from the source link below**

“The “G” therefore denotes the Universal Spirit of God, permeating and unifying all things . It is a substitute for the Hebrew letter Yod, the tenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and out of which all the other letters of that alphabet are constructed in correspondence with the truth that all created things are modifications of the one primal Spirit .”

Can I Take Benzodiazipines for Anxiety if I Have Had Substance Abuse Issues in the Past?

Question by E: can i take benzodiazipines for anxiety if I have had substance abuse issues in the past?
seriously. I’ve been abusing alcohol heavily to self medicate my chronic anxiety on and off for the past ten years or so.. I’ve been to detox a few times, rehab, and hospitals. Of course I’ve dealt with legal trouble as well, because drinking gets me into a lot of trouble as well. I’ve tried counseling, medication, group therapy, holistic treatment, diet change, church, and more than often: trying to force myself to “stop being weak.” Nothing works. According to the state I’m bipolar which qualifies me for disability (I receive SSI and SSDI) here are some of the medications I’ve tried: adderall celexa lexapro effexor wellbutrin buspar lamictal seroquel abilify dalmane ambien trazodone diazepam straterra buspar vistaril. All of those drugs had severe side effects I could not deal with. The cons outweighed the pros. The adderall turned into severe abuse and I became psychotic for months… It took about 6 months after an overdose to calm down. I’ve never experienced mania in my life without drugs so I know for a fact I’m not bipolar. I’m often depressed but mostly anxious. I have VERY lightly abused a few prescription painkillers but honestly not enough to ever call it a serious problem…might have been heading that way for a bit but I sobered up for 18 months, where I put all my strength and energy into “recovery.” I committed myself to AA (the worst program alive) and went to therapy every week. I spoke with my case manager and continued searching for spirituality. I got a job, moderate exercise, and ate will. I was still dying inside. I went to a hospital that put me on heavy mood stabilizers that triggered compulsive over eating which is horrible since I have underlying health issues so I had to quit. The other unbearable side effects I’ve experienced from medication is insomnia, tardive dyskinesia, heart palpitations, swollen throat, cystic acne, and worsened suicidal thoughts. Not worth it, at all. My anxiety is chronic and involves obsessions, social distress, and panic attacks…I used to have them really bad when I was younger and they are coming back. I contacted a load of psychiatrists and none are accepting new clients. The agency I’m assigned to does not prescribe addictive medication especially to people with substance abuse issues. my neighbors use xanax and I have connections if needed be. I’d rather try a lighter one though such klonopin. I’ve heard that it is the less addicting? I’m not drug seeking…just want to treat my symptoms. i’ve used ativan and valium before and they were life savers but I never went after them hard because I was so scared of withdrawal or adding more problems. Thing is, I think about killing myself every single day…maybe I’m a person that just needs a real anxiety medicine, for life?? Any thoughts on this subject would be appreciated. I feel doomed at the moment. thankyou
oh wait dalmane worked beautifully but it was only a temporary prescription and i was too scared to ask the doctor for a refill because i’m insanely terrified of that kind of pill addiction

Holistic Treatment Center: Depression Treatment Center to Drive Away Pangs of Depression

Do you know what depression is? Have you seen someone suffering from severe depression? Depression is actually a mental state in which most of the people feel defeated and helpless. If you would have even seen someone who is depressed, you can easily spot the difference between a cheerful person and the depressed one. Moreover, as the depression increases, people turn pessimistic and are unable to find positivity in life. This is a very common problem and can be treated. In fact, if you yourself are unable to handle this problem, a depression treatment center will rescue you from the pangs of depression.