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Consequences of Prescription Medication Addiction
Most prescription medication is physically addictive. To abruptly discontinue prescription medications, could create a situation where the person could immediately experience seizures or convulsions. It is for this reason, that withdrawal from prescription medications should be gradual and under medical supervision. This is best accomplished in a residential treatment program to guard against any medical complications.
The discomfort associated with withdrawal from these medications is contingent upon the dose the person is taking and the length of time they have been taking it. Some people take between 20 and 30 pills daily.
In addition to the physical addiction created by abusing prescription medication, people also experience a deterioration in personal relationships, employment difficulties due to a lack of concentration and motivation, financial difficulties, legal problems, as well as, psychological difficulties. Most of the people found addicted to prescription medication have experienced most of the above.
Most people who have successfully undergone treatment at rehabs and have quit cocaine reduce the risk of relapse by avoiding social gatherings that remind them of usage. Group participation is encouraged to stay focused and strong willed.
If you or a loved one is addicted to cocaine, seeking a Woodbury rehab center is the best course of action for complete recovery.
In order to create a safe, drug-free society in Woodbury, the user must seek professional help. If you are the one with the addiction or know someone with an addiction, pick up the phone and call a treatment center right now. It could be the difference of losing a life or saving one.
Consequences of Heroin Addiction
Heroin addiction has many short and long term affects. It causes breathing complexities, dry mouth, dilated pupils, slurred speech, vomiting and constipation within few hours of first taking the drug. One implication of injecting the drug through using a syringe is that it increases risk of HIV/AIDS or Hepatitis.
Over a long term after using a drug for a prolonged time period it may cause infection of valves, abscesses, cellulites and liver diseases. Street heroin may cause blood clotting of vessels as it contains additives that do not dissolve. Regular use increases the tolerance level, which means the dose to achieve the same euphoric state increases.
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