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Drug addiction and alcoholism affect a person’s health in two major ways. The first is the harmful medical conditions that the substance abuse can directly cause.

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Prescription drugs are meant to be used to allieviate the symptoms of a disease, but as with any other drug, many people have begun to suffer from prescription drug abuse, such as oxycontin. These drugs can have major effects - here are some statistics on prescription drug abuse.

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One of the common traps that patients fall into in addiction treatment programs is sabotaging their own success. At some point, you have to begin to believe that you deserve a better life in order for rehab to work.

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Anyone can develop a prescription drug addiction. Maybe you had a bad car accident, a major surgery, or a difficult childbirth, and the doctor gave you a prescription drug to help manage the pain. Without understanding the risks, you took more than the regular dosage for a week to make yourself feel better.

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For a long time, addiction treatment professionals believed that mental illnesses like depression and anxiety were always caused by the drug or alcohol abuse. It seems to make sense that a lifestyle which revolves around substance addiction would cause a person to become anxious or depressed.

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Addiction treatment programs should fit the needs of the individuals that they are serving. This seems like a pretty obvious statement, but several addiction treatment programs try to make the addict fit into their treatment program.

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Habits are the actions that make up much of our lives. They are the behaviors that we repeat so often that we don’t need to consciously think about them anymore. A habit can be a very good thing or a devastatingly bad one. Drinking eight glasses of water each day and brushing one’s teeth are […]

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For some reason many people think that rehab is an easy process to go through.  The only thing worse than a substance abuse addict thinking that substance rehabilitation programs are easy, is the fact that certain substance rehab treatment facilities promote that their programs will be easy for substance abusers to go through and that […]

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OxyContin is one of the most commonly abused prescription drugs in the United States. It’s a painkiller that is used in the treatment of moderate to severe pain and is widely used for a number of medical conditions. OxyContin was first introduced to the market in the mid 1990’s. It is classified in the opioid […]

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We are not interested in selling you a quick fix. Addiction can’t be defeated through tricks and salesmanship. We offer a treatment center where addiction and drug abuse are treated seriously and addressed as the serious problems they are. Beyond treatment comes the recovery. After those two then comes the final stage of rehabilitation. We […]

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