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Cliffside Malibu

For those who initially take up painkillers regularly, they might think that it is okay to do so because painkillers are over-the-counter “harmless” drugs. Without knowing it, they eventually become addicted to those drugs. Drug abuse is basically an obsession and when obsession strikes, it becomes something more which you cannot solve on your own. Obviously the only solution is to go for counselling and professional guidance in order to end drug abuse but where does one turn to in order to be rehabilitated? You attend a drug addiction treatment at a centre called Cliffside Malibu, of course. Located in Malibu (obviously), Cliffside Malibu is a drug rehab treatment centre which provides patients with a condusive environment and experts that will help them undergo treatment to be cured of their drug addiction.

If you know anyone who requires immediate attention, send them to Cliffside Malibu.


  1. Yoshi
    Yoshi July 22, 2012

    When ever I take my painkillers I chain smoke on them because I feel like when I smoke a menthol cigarette on them it increases the effect on the buzz you get from it. Its weird because when I don’t take them I don’t even smoke. I only smoke when I take my painkillers.

  2. Kobe
    Kobe July 24, 2012

    A girl that I am talking to is going to rehab but she claims that it is not for drug abuse… What other things do people go to rehab for besides drug abuse?

  3. ttocs
    ttocs July 27, 2012

    Out of curiously could you guys truthfully tell whether or not you support drug use for recreation, just to get high? Are you against drug abuse entirely? Do you do it occasionally?

    I personally totally oppose it and don’t intend to every try getting high through drugs.

  4. Marlon P
    Marlon P July 31, 2012

    How many negative things can you associate with the abuse and merely the use of drugs that do nothing but help people feel good, escape reality, get high, and hallucinate.

    Should we?
    Push gun control/ban while pushing the legalization of drugs like marijuana, cocaine, mdma, ect. ect.

    Or, Should we
    Encourage gun ownership of mentally sound and law abiding citizens. And encourage the responsible use of drugs only if a licensed medical doctor states that you actually require them.
    Thus keep fighting the drug invasion.

  5. vanvark83
    vanvark83 August 7, 2012

    If you broke your hand from a crushing – literally – blow, what sort of painkillers would a doctor prescribe?
    Also, would they have to take out the bone shards – like, cut your hand open? – or would they just set it?

  6. Blake
    Blake August 9, 2012

    I’m 17 and am planning to audition for an acting school. Does anyone know of any dramatic monologues about drug abuse suitable for a young woman?

  7. Blake
    Blake August 20, 2012

    I’ve seen 3 different GP’s that tells me that it’s impossible for the painkillers to cause itching, the last one agreed to prescribe another kind of painkiller, but it doesn’t kill the pain.

    I’ve been taking painkillers for over 15 years now and I have never had a problem like this before. It all started when I had surgery about 18 months ago. The itching drives me crazy and I’ve been to the ER a couple of times because of it. They said that it is some sort of allergy, but couldn’t say against what.

    I know it’s the painkillers since it only itches when I take them.

    My problem is that the other kind of painkillers that the GP gave me isn’t doing anything for the pain. I need to stop the pain and I take the painkillers that itch.

    Has anyone heard of anything like this?
    Do you know what causes the itching?
    Is it dangerous for me to take the painkillers that makes me itch?
    Any suggestions about how to stop the itching?
    The kind of painkillers that causes the itching are Distalgesic, Tramadol and such. The kind of painkiller that doesn’t help with the pain is Voltaren.
    moonshadow, it itches all over the body. Showers and whatnot doesn’t help at all.
    ellen d, I’ve already tried the pharmacy, nothing has changed.

    I have alternatives that helps with the pain, but sometimes the painkillers is the only thing that works.
    I have tried different antihistamines and medications against itching, non of them works.
    coloradoraverthug, the problem is that the doctors that I have seen this far denies that the itching is caused by the painkillers. Hopefully the information you gave about opioids will help.

    I know of drug chasers all to well. They make life hell for those that has real problems. Luckily my medical problems are well documented and known at the local ER.
    Heavenly Home Girl, one pill is enough to cause itching. And I don’t take Tramadol more than maybe once or twice a week, most often only taking one pill each day.
    It’s logic though, that a higher doze causes more itching. I don’t dare thinking of how it could be if I had to take full doze every day.

  8. hank baseballs
    hank baseballs September 2, 2012

    I have been experiencing pms symptoms all week and am expecting my period today june 3rd. Since yesterday i have been taking painkillers (Aleve) for pain. I still haven’t seen any spotting no sign of a period only the mild pains indicating that its time for my period. Could it be that my uterus needs the pain to contract and since i been taking the pain killers it hasnt been able too. Therefore delaying my period or is my theory really wrong? DONT THINK AM prego either because i have been using a contraceptive method.

  9. Michael C
    Michael C September 14, 2012

    I’ve had bronchitis for about a week so far and it was getting better, but all of a sudden I’ve developed a head splitting headache with a fever today. I have to reduce it quickly because I have my first exam tomorrow that determines if I can go to Uni. No time to go to the doctor or pharmacy (and I have no painkillers). Is there anything I can do?

  10. TommyKay
    TommyKay September 16, 2012

    I quit taking painkillers last night after taking them for two months. I really feel like I am going through hell and it makes me want to go get more. Is there anything that will help me get through the withdraw or do I just hve to tuff it out?

  11. Moore, Ron
    Moore, Ron September 24, 2012

    I’m working on a paper, and I already have recreational purposes and stress as reasons for drug abuse. Are there any other reasons?

  12. thinkthought
    thinkthought September 27, 2012

    My doctor told me that since my liver was elevated to not take tylenol. What are some painkillers that will not affect your liver?

  13. Thomas Lopez
    Thomas Lopez October 12, 2012

    I have heard that long term use of painkillers like co-codamol can damage/have negative cumulative affects on the bowel,causing it to work less well and cause health issues/risks.Is this true and why is this the case?

  14. Jonathan
    Jonathan October 23, 2012

    I have a small brain tumour that often gives me headaches and migraines i am of course regularly seeing doctors about other effects of the tumour but there’s nothing they can do about these headaches other than give me painkillers like ibuprofen and paracetamol. Does anyone have any alternate treatments or tips as to how to ease my pain with out taking a load of meds. Thanks

  15. mavis24
    mavis24 November 8, 2012

    The levels of suicide, depression and drug abuse is much higher than in poorer countries?
    Does chasing illusory wealth come at a price?

  16. Ed D
    Ed D November 8, 2012

    We have many atheist fanatics here who are addicted to naysaying. That is, not addressing people’s questions, but rather casting scorn & dismissal at the questions.

    Many admit to drug abuse, but how much of an influence do you think that plays in their dis-ease?

  17. Alina Elliott
    Alina Elliott November 8, 2012

    How does the positive rewards hypothesis compare with other theories of drug abuse in your opinion?

  18. Milk84
    Milk84 November 8, 2012

    Do you think drug abuse is interchangeable with drug misuse? Does one automatically cause/result in the other? Explain why or why not.

  19. Ryan Dunn
    Ryan Dunn November 11, 2012

    Can the already developed ova that are in a woman’s body from birth be damaged from years of hard drug use, specifically opiate, marijuana and cocaine abuse? I am curious to know if the child of a former heroin addict is at risk of being born with any birth defects both physical and mental. The mother has been free from drugs for six years. I want to know if ova can be altered while dormant in the ovaries and lead to problems years later if the egg is fertilized. Thank you.

  20. xLittle21Yaox
    xLittle21Yaox November 12, 2012

    hello everyone, i am doing a presentation on prescription drug abuse. I want to know where i can find good websites, books, and articles on why not to use them. i would also like to know some statistics. i have looked on Google but everything is from like 2000 or 2006. your help is greatly appreciated!

  21. RuMKilleR
    RuMKilleR November 13, 2012

    a friend of mine has a history of drug abuse and was prescribed Adderall, a pharmacutical grade amphetamine, for adhd. Now she acts like she can’t function without it. Should this be cause for concern?

  22. Pacman
    Pacman November 15, 2012

    If he is elected President, how will you explain to your children his drug abuse?

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