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Commonly Abused Prescription Drugs
The National Institute on Drug Abuse has revealed the three most commonly abused classes of prescription drugs:
- Opiates, which are known to make the body pain go away
- Depressants such as Benzodiazepines, which cure sleep and anxiety disorders
- Stimulants like Ritalin which treats narcolepsy and attention deficit disorder
Signs of Xanax Addiction
Multiple signs indicate an increased dependency on Xanax. Some of these could be both physical and psychological.
- Violent behavior
- Memory loss
- Light headedness
- Shortness of breath
Xanax abuse typically leads to strained relations at work and home, withdrawal from society, and sudden weight loss. Most people have concentration problems and lack of confidence after prolonged use. If you see these signs in a friend or a family member, you should make sure they are not abusing Xanax.
What is Opiate Addiction?
Opiate addiction is caused by the consumption of opiate based drugs which include opium, Oxycodone, Oxycontin and Morphine.
While some people use these drugs for recreational purposes, others may get easily addicted to them and become physically dependent on the substance. Opiate addiction is a deadly disease in which the affected person suffers from a central nervous system breakdown.
Current Treatment Options
Research on meth vaccines is underway, but what can addicts do right now?
Remember that meth addiction can damage your short-term memory, cause extreme depression, and even put the addict at risk of heart disease. If you are finding it difficult to go drug-free or know someone who is struggling with meth addiction, then you should seek admission at a Tampa drug and alcohol rehab without delay. In fact, since the question of reduced cravings with a meth vaccine is undecided, you still may have to sign up for rehab even if these vaccines become available.
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What To Expect:
- Professional Treatment that Works
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- Comfortable and Clean Facilities
- 12-Step Small Group Therapy
- Safe Medically Supervised Detox and Rehab
- A Complete Dual Diagnosis Rehab Facility