Addiction, Treatment and Recovery Infographics
Lakeview Health’s infographics are a visual representation of the disease of addiction. They are great for communicating the latest information about drugs, alcohol, addiction and recovery. Filled with facts paired with pictures, infographics are an effective educational tool.
College is a tough and competitive arena for young adults. Some of them use prescription drugs to help them tackle their heavy workloads and give them an edge over other students. But with every pill they take, they don't realize they risk losing it all. Learn what prescription drugs today's college students are taking and why.
Americans are eating up meth for its euphoric high. But some of its ingredients, including household chemicals are causing physical and psychological damage. Learn more about this deadly cocktail in our new infographic, "All about Meth."
Drinking in the LGBT community is a fact of life. Discrimination, homophobia and other social factors contribute to its prominence in the gay community. What's the impact on gay youth? Find out more in Lakeview Health's infographic: Alcohol and the LGBT Community.
Benzodiazepines help people struggling with anxiety and other ailments. However, this class of drugs can be deadly if misused. Learn more about benzos in Lakeview Health's new infographic: Benzodiazepines.
Ever wonder why some people have alcohol problems and some don't? In some cases, all you have to do is look at someone's family tree to get a better understanding of their addiction. Genetics plays a big role in a person's risk for alcoholism. Learn more in Lakeview Health Systems' new infographic, Alcohol and Your Family Tree.
Drinking and college seem to go hand in hand. It's all fun and games until something happens. However, the risk of being a victim of violence, getting arresting or losing your life is higher than you think. Learn more about chance of alcohol-related danger in Lakeview Health's new infographic, "Alcohol 101: The Reality of College Drinking."
Alcohol plays a major part in the development of many types of cancers, including breast cancer, the second biggest cancer killer for women. For some cancers, heavy drinking increases the risk, but even moderate drinking increases the likelihood of developing breast cancer for women.
Bath salts, Smiles and Spice are some of the latest synthetic drugs to hit the street. But don't let those seemingly innocent names fool you. This new category of drugs came on the scene in the past 10 years and has caused death and destruction is its wake.
Do you ever wonder if you really have a problem with alcohol? Take a look at our infographic "Am I an Alcoholic" and see if you answer 'yes' to any of these questions. Chances are if you are questioning your drinking behavior, you may have a problem.
Women struggle with alcoholism much in the same way men do, but woman's bodies are affected differently than men. A woman who can "drink like man" may be at risk for addiction, but also at risk for many other health issues and other problems. In addition, women get addicted to alcohol faster and face health consequences sooner than men.