Tyler

Tyler

AT Magazine Contributor

Tyler is a writer with dual degrees from the University of South Florida. Having grown up with an alcoholic father, she understands both the subtle and not-so-subtle ways that addiction can affect the family unit. This Miami native has become a champion of mental health and an active believer in the power of positive thinking. When she isn't at the beach, Tyler enjoys running, jigsaw puzzles, and snuggling with her cat, Poof.

Articles By Tyler

Overcoming Depression & Isolation in 2022

Overcoming Depression & Isolation in 2022

New Year’s is a time that’s ripe with an air of optimism and excitement about the future. For the millions afflicted with depression--about 4% of the world population--this time of year can further the disconnect they feel from loved ones, deepening the perception of...

How Much Alcohol is Safe to Drink Everyday?

How Much Alcohol is Safe to Drink Everyday?

Drinking alcohol is a recreational pastime that Americans use to celebrate good times and get through the bad, relax after work and ramp up for fun. It’s so integrated into our social norms and customs that no one would bat an eye if you were to say that you have a...

What are Benzodiazepines Used To Treat?

What are Benzodiazepines Used To Treat?

Benzodiazepines, it’s a drug that’s a mouthful to say and seemingly on everybody’s lips. It recently made headlines as part of a sports scandal, concerns over increased instances of benzo-laced drugs and the spike of benzo-related overdose deaths, and an epidemic...

How Family Can Help A Recovering Addict

How Family Can Help A Recovering Addict

Medication, therapy, and time are integral to the addiction recovery process. Drugs—the legal kind—can help you safely get through the withdrawal process and counteract the long-term side effects you might have incurred through sustained drug abuse (like heart...

Can you overdose on Benzos?

Can you overdose on Benzos?

Benzodiazepines are prescription sedatives used to treat anxiety, seizures, and insomnia. Despite their legal status and range of legitimate uses, benzos are popular targets of misuse and abuse that carry a hefty amount of risk. Yes, a person could overdose on benzos....

Drug-Induced Psychosis, It’s As Terrifying As It Sounds

Drug-Induced Psychosis, It’s As Terrifying As It Sounds

It seems that there’s no limit to the awful consequences of substance abuse: financial ruin, damaged relationships, addiction, overdose. However, there’s yet another outcome and it’s one that often gets overlooked, mental illness. Over 8.1 million Americans have both...

Vitamin D Deficiency & Opioid Addiction

Vitamin D Deficiency & Opioid Addiction

A brand new study has led to a surprising discovery just in time for summer. It turns out that your desire to tan might provide a valuable hint as to how likely you are to abuse opioids—or become addicted to them. Vitamin D, that essential nutrient we get from the...

Gay Meth Use: A Sinister Combo of Drugs & Sex

Gay Meth Use: A Sinister Combo of Drugs & Sex

Meth. Speed. Ice. Crank. What do you think of when you hear one of methamphetamine’s many nicknames? You might first conjure images of a rural town plagued with poverty, or an urban cityscape where shady exchanges go on in back alleyways, unseen amidst the bustle of...

EDM, Festivals & Club Drugs

EDM, Festivals & Club Drugs

COVID may have interrupted the vibes, but as the old saying goes, the show must go on. And go on it has. With newly relaxed restrictions on in-person meetups, music festival announcements followed swiftly and decisively. Bonnaroo, Electric Zoo, Electric Daisy...

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