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Prescription medications include, but are not limited to: Xanax. All of these drugs are physically and emotionally addictive and should be treated with great respect. These medications need to be used as prescribed in order to avoid an addiction. If you find yourself abusing the medication, please contact your prescribing physician immediately or call the staff at Affordable Rehab of North Olmsted .
It is rare that the person abusing prescription medication began taking these medications with the idea in mind of becoming an addict. In general terms, the person takes the medication to "feel better" physically, hoping they will gain some relief from their pain. Another effect of the medication is it provides people a feeling of "well being", which they have been lacking. In an attempt to reduce the pain even further and enhance the feeling of "well being", the individual begins to take additional medication. What happens is a tolerance to the drug is developed, so the person requires more and more medication. Soon, the feeling of "well being" can not be achieved, the pain although diminished is still present, but an addiction to the medication is now present.
If addicted, never discontinue the use of prescription medication on your own. There can be severe medical and psychological consequences. Please call Affordable Rehab of North Olmsted at call (216) 200-7410 and we will assist you in locating a quality healthcare professional or detox program.
It is interesting to see the statistics, 12% of addicts are reported to remain sober for 2-3 years after treatment. The recovery rate is low as doctors do not fully understand the treatment of meth abuse as compared to other well known drug abuse. A single dose of Meth remains in the body for up to nearly 6 months. In comparison Meth treatment programs last just 14 days. This short time period is not enough to treat drug abuse which has serious physical and behavioral implications.
Heroin enters the brain quickly and the user feels a rushing sensation. While using the drug, an individual can experience nausea, vomiting, itching, anxiety, fatigue and dry mouth. The drug has effects that can prove to be life devastating.
Prolonged usage of heroin can increases the chances for over dosage, chronic disease, HIV, cause collapsed veins, skin infections, liver disease, scarred veins, and infection of the heart lining and valves.
Meth addiction is on the rise in North Olmsted and needs to be addressed immediately. Recovery must be done under the supervision of a medical professional in a treatment center. When you check into a rehab center the first you will experience is meth detox followed by a personalized treatment plan. Taking this route will ensure that you reach recovery and kick your meth addiction. Call a meth addiction center in North Olmsted now to get help.