What Are the Different Types of Hallucinations? A hallucination is something you see, hear, feel, smell, or taste that isn’t really there. Hallucinations can happen through any of the five senses, but the most common types are visual and auditory (hearing) hallucinations. Auditory Hallucinations Auditory hallucinations can range from mild distortions to voices when nobody is speaking. The voices… Continue reading What Are the Different Types of Hallucinations?
Nomophobia, or “NO Mobile Phone Phobia” is a psychological group of symptoms in which a person experiences fear or anxiety about not having mobile phone connectivity. Do you have trouble putting down your smartphone or feel anxious when you know you’ll lose service for a few hours? Do thoughts of being without your phone cause… Continue reading NOMOPHOBIA : THE FEAR OF BEING WITHOUT CELLPHONE
The liver is a powerhouse of an organ. It performs a variety of essential tasks, ranging from producing proteins, cholesterol, and bile to storing vitamins, minerals, and even carbohydrates. It also breaks down toxins like alcohol, medications, and natural byproducts of metabolism. Keeping your liver in good shape is important for maintaining health. 1. Coffee… Continue reading FOODS TO IMPROVE LIVER HEALTH
What Is Alcohol? Alcohol is a popular Psychoactive drug that is commonly consumed in social settings. Ethanol, or ethyl alcohol, is the intoxicating ingredient in alcoholic beverages that produces the feeling of being drunk. The main types of alcoholic beverages include beer, wine, and liquor. Beer has the lowest alcohol content by volume (ABV) at… Continue reading alchol addiction
What Are Opiates? What Is Their Addiction Potential? Opiates are derived from alkaloid compounds in the opium poppy plant. Some of the oldest known drugs in the world, opiates have a long and storied history that spans centuries and several continents. According to The Atlantic, the first known record of opiate use comes from 3400 BC in… Continue reading OPIATES