eBook Salem Health: Addictions and Substance Abuse, 1st Edition

  • Robin Kamienny Montvilo, R.N., Ph.D
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  • ISBN-10: 1587659638
  • ISBN-13: 9781587659638
  • DDC: 362.29
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 703 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released December 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

The seventh title in Salem’s well-received Salem Health series, Salem Health: Addictions & Substance Abuse provides authoritative, essential information in easy-to-understand language. The set was designed for general readers and offers a unique perspective on this growing and constantly changing field. Plus, the purchase of the printed set entitles a school or library to three years of complimentary online access to Addictions & Substance Abuse’s content.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Publisher’s Note.
Editor’s Introduction.
Contributors.
Complete List of Contents.
1: Abstinence-Based Treatment.
2: Addiction.
3: Addiction Medications.
4: Addiction Medicine.
5: Addictive Personality.
6: Adult Children of Alcoholics.
7: Advertising for Alcohol.
8: Advertising for Tobacco Products.
9: Aerosols.
10: Age and Addiction.
11: Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: In Depth.
12: Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: Overview.
13: Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: Treatment.
14: Alcoholics Anonymous.
15: Alcohol Poisoning.
16: Alcohol: Short– and Long–Term Effects on the Body.
17: Alternative Therapies for Addiction.
18: Amphetamine Abuse.
19: Anabolic Steroids.
20: Anesthesia Abuse.
21: Anhedonia.
22: Anorexia Nervosa.
23: Antabuse.
24: Anticholinergics.
25: Anxiety.
26: Anxiety Medication Abuse.
27: Autoerotic Asphyxiation.
28: Baclofen.
29: Barbiturates.
30: Behavioral Addictions: Overview.
31: Behavioral Addictions: Treatment.
32: Behavioral Therapies for Addictions.
33: Benzodiazepine Abuse.
34: Betty Ford Center.
35: Binge Drinking.
36: Bipolar Disorder and Addiction.
37: Birth Defects and Alcohol.
38: Birth Defects and Drug Use.
39: Birth Defects and Smoking.
40: Blood Alcohol Content (BAC).
41: Body Modification Addiction.
42: Brain Changes with Addiction.
43: Bulimia.
44: Bupropion.
45: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
46: Caffeinated Alcoholic Drinks.
47: Caffeine Addiction.
48: Caffeine: Short- and Long-Term Effects on the Body.
49: Canada’s Drug Strategy (CDS).
50: Cancer and Substance Abuse.
51: Celebrities and Substance Abuse.
52: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP).
53: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT).
54: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).
55: Children and Behavioral Addictions.
56: China White.
57: Choking Game.
58: Chronic Bronchitis.
59: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
60: Cigarettes and Cigars.
61: Cirque Lodge.
62: Cleanliness Addiction.
63: Closing the Addiction Treatment Gap (CATG).
64: Club Drugs.
65: Cocaine Anonymous.
66: Cocaine Use Disorder.
67: Codeine.
68: Codependency.
69: Coffee.
70: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
71: College and Substance Abuse.
72: Compulsions.
73: Computer Addiction.
74: Conduct Disorders.
75: Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
76: Controlled Substances and Precursor Chemicals.
77: Co-Occurring Disorders.
78: Cough and Cold Medications.
79: Crack.
80: Crime and Behavioral Addictions.
81: Crime and Substance Abuse.
82: Cross-Addiction.
83: Cutting and Self-Mutilation.
84: D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education).
85: Date Rape Drugs.
86: Debtors Anonymous.
87: Decriminalization of Drugs in the United States.
88: Dependence.
89: Depressants Abuse.
90: Depression.
91: Designated Drivers.
92: Designer Drugs.
93: Detoxification.
94: Dextroamphetamine.
95: Dextromethorphan.
96: Diagnosis Methods.
97: DMT.
98: Domestic Violence and Addiction.
99: Dopamine and Addiction.
100: Drug Abuse and Addiction: In Depth.
101: Drug Abuse and Addiction: Overview.
102: Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
103: Drugged Driving.
104: Drug Interactions.
105: Drug Paraphernalia.
106: Drug Testing.
107: Drunk Driving.
108: DSM-IV Criteria for Behavioral Addictions.
109: DSM-IV Criteria for Substance Use Disorders.
110: Economic Impact of Addiction.
111: Education about Substance Abuse.
112: Elderly and Addictions.
113: Emergency Treatment.
114: Emetic Abuse.
115: Emphysema.
116: Ephedrine.
117: Esophageal Cancer.
118: Ethanol.
119: Exercise Addiction.
120: Families and Behavioral Addictions.
121: Families and Substance Abuse.
122: Fentanyl.
123: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
124: Flashbacks.
125: Food Addiction.
126: Gamblers Anonymous.
127: Gambling Addiction.
128: Gaming Addiction.
129: Gasoline.
130: Gateway Drugs.
131: Gender and Addiction.
132: Genetics and Substance Abuse.
133: GHB.
134: Government Warnings.
135: Group Therapy for Behavioral Addictions.
136: Group Therapy for Substance Abuse.
137: Halfway Houses.
138: Hallucinogen Abuse.
139: Hallucinogens: Short- and Long-Term Effects on the Body.
140: Harm Reduction.
141: Hashish.
142: Hazelden Foundation.
143: Health Disparities and Substance Abuse.
144: Heart Attacks and Substance Abuse.
145: Heroin.
146: History of Addiction.
147: HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse.
148: Hoarding.
149: Homelessness.
150: Household Chemicals of Abuse.
151: Hydrocodone.
152: Impulse Control Disorders.
153: Inhalants Abuse.
154: Insurance for Addiction Treatment.
155: Internet Addiction.
156: Intervention.
157: Intoxication.
158: Intravenous Drug Use and Blood-Borne Diseases.
159: Jail Diversion Programs.
160: Just Say No Campaign.
161: Ketamine.
162: Kleptomania.
163: Laryngeal Cancer.
164: Law Enforcement and Drugs.
165: Laxative Abuse.
166: Legislation and Substance Abuse.
167: Leukoplakia.
168: Librium.
169: Liver Disease and Alcohol use.
170: Love and Relationship Addiction.
171: LSD.
172: Lung Cancer.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
1: Marijuana.
2: Marriage/Partnership and Alcoholism.
3: Marriage/Partnership and Behavioral Addictions.
4: Marriage/Partnership and Substance Abuse.
5: MDMA.
6: Media and Behavioral Addictions.
7: Media and Smoking.
8: Media and Substance Abuse.
9: Medical Marijuana.
10: Memory Loss and Substance Abuse.
11: Men and Behavioral Addictions.
12: Men and Smoking.
13: Men and Substance Abuse.
14: Mental Illness.
15: Mescaline.
16: Methadone.
17: Methamphetamine.
18: Meth Labs.
19: Military and Substance Abuse.
20: Minnesota Model.
21: Models of Addiction.
22: Monitoring the Future.
23: Morphine.
24: Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
25: Mushrooms/Psilocybin.
26: Naloxone.
27: Naltrexone.
28: Narcotics Abuse.
29: Narcotics Anonymous.
30: Narcotics: Short- and Long-Term Effects on the Body.
31: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
32: National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
33: Newborn Addicts.
34: Nicotine Addiction.
35: Nicotine Replacement Products.
36: Nitrazepam.
37: Nitrous Oxide.
38: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
39: Opioid Abuse.
40: Opium.
41: Outpatient Treatment.
42: Overdose.
43: Overeaters Anonymous.
44: Over-the-Counter Drugs of Abuse.
45: Oxycodone.
46: Pain Addiction.
47: Painkiller Abuse.
48: Panic Disorders and Addiction.
49: Paraphilias.
50: Parenting and Alcoholism.
51: Parenting and Behavioral Addictions.
52: Parenting and Substance Abuse.
53: PCP.
54: Peer Pressure.
55: Phoenix House.
56: Physiological Dependence.
57: Pipes and Hookahs.
58: Poppers.
59: Pornography Addiction.
60: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Addiction.
61: Poverty and Substance Abuse.
62: Pregnancy and Alcohol.
63: Pregnancy and Drug Use.
64: Pregnancy and Smoking.
65: Prescription Drug Addiction: In Depth.
66: Prescription Drug Addiction: Overview.
67: Prevention Methods and Research.
68: Prison and Substance Abuse.
69: Promises Treatment Center.
70: Pseudoaddiction.
71: Psychological Dependence.
72: Psychosis and Substance Abuse.
73: Pyromania.
74: Recovery.
75: Recreational Drugs.
76: Rehabilitation Programs.
77: Relapse.
78: Residential Treatment.
79: Respiratory Diseases and Smoking.
80: Risk Factors for Addiction.
81: Ritalin.
82: Rohypnol.
83: Routes of Administration.
84: Safe and Drug-Free Schools.
85: Salvia Divinorum.
86: Schizophrenia and Addiction.
87: Schools and Substance Abuse.
88: Science of Addiction.
89: Screening for Behavioral Addiction.
90: Secondhand Smoke.
91: Sedative-Hypnotic Abuse.
92: Self-Destructive Behavior and Addiction.
93: Self-Medication.
94: Sex Addiction.
95: Sexual Assault and Alcohol Use.
96: Sexual Assault and Drug Use.
97: Sexual Stimulant Abuse.
98: Shopping/Spending Addiction.
99: Slang.
100: Sleeping Pills.
101: Smoking.
102: Smoking Cessation.
103: Smoking Cessation for Older Adults.
104: Smoking: Short- and Long-Term Effects on the Body.
105: Sober Living Environments.
106: Social Media Addiction.
107: Socioeconomic Status and Addiction.
108: Solvents.
109: Soma.
110: Sponsors.
111: Steroid Abuse.
112: Stigma of Addiction.
113: Stimulant Abuse.
114: Stimulants: Short- and Long-Term Effects on the Body.
115: Stress and Alcohol.
116: Stress and Drug Abuse.
117: Stress and Smoking.
118: Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD).
119: Suboxone.
120: Substance Abuse.
121: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
122: Sugar Addiction.
123: Suicide and Addiction.
124: Support Groups.
125: Symptoms of Substance Abuse.
126: Teens/Young Adults and Alcohol Abuse.
127: Teens/Young Adults and Drug Abuse.
128: Teens/Young Adults and Smoking.
129: Television Addiction.
130: Temazepam.
131: Tobacco Use Disorder.
132: Tolerance.
133: Tramadol.
134: Treatment Methods and Research.
135: Trends and Statistics: Alcohol abuse.
136: Trends and Statistics: Behavioral Addictions.
137: Trends and Statistics: Illegal Drug Use.
138: Trends and Statistics: Prescription Drug Abuse.
139: Trends and Statistics: Smoking.
140: Trichotillomania.
141: Twelve-Step Programs for Addicts.
142: Twelve-Step Programs for Family and Friends.
143: Valium.
144: Veterans and Addiction.
145: Vicodin.
146: War on Drugs.
147: Withdrawal.
148: Women and Behavioral Addictions.
149: Women and Smoking.
150: Women and Substance Abuse.
151: Work Addiction.
152: Work Issues and Behavioral Addictions.
153: Work Issues and Substance Abuse.
Appendixes Reference Tools.
Glossary.
General Bibliography.
Web Site Directory.
Substances of Abuse List and Cross References.
Pharmaceutical Treatments.
Treatment Centers and Programs.
Addictions Support Groups and Organizations.
Timeline of Major Developments in Addictions and Substance Abuse.
Categorical Index.
Subject Index.