Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline

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Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline is not a provider of telepsychiatry, sessions nor does it offer telediagnosis, but it will provide free information on addiction treatment locations near you. The road to a healthier life begins with a phone call. Call today at (866) 450-1557. http://www.prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com/

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Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline:

Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline info@prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com www.prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com Call our 24/7 Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline Today! (866) 450-1557

About Our Prescription Drug Abuse:

About Our Prescription Drug Abuse Prescription Abuse is a debilitating and life threatening situation. With the help of an effective treatment program and continuous focus on recovery an individual can enjoy a new life without prescription drugs. Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline serves as a resource for gathering information about getting the proper treatment for prescription addictions. If you or a loved one is struggling with prescription addiction, we are here to help. Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline is not a provider of telepsychiatry , sessions nor does it offer telediagnosis , but it will provide free information on addiction treatment locations near you. The road to a healthier life begins with a phone call. Call today at (866) 450-1557 info@prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com

Signs & Symptoms of Prescription Drug Abuse:

Signs & Symptoms of Prescription Drug Abuse There are various reasons how and why a person can become addicted to prescription pills. Painkillers are prescribed to people when they break a bone, tranquilizers are prescribed to people with insomnia and stimulants are prescribed to people who can’t focus. These medications are even prescribed when said symptoms aren’t even physically evident, but are simply spoken. Once a person starts taking the prescribed medication, the drug’s resulting impact on the central nervous system can turn into an addiction. For individuals with an addictive personality, it’s very easy to become addicted to a prescribed opioid, tranquilizer or stimulant. According to a 2014 study done by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), people in the age brackets of 45 to 49 years of age had the highest death rates due to drug overdose. (866) 450-1557 info@prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com

Opioids And Chronic Pain:

Opioids And Chronic Pain Chronic pain clients usually experience the pain for longer than six months. It can feel excruciating, on and off pain, constant pain, or completely incapacitating. Chronic pain happens when the signals of pain remain active in a person’s central nervous system for months or even years. Some typical chronic pain sources will stem from headaches, joint pain, pain from injury, sinus pain, carpal tunnel syndrome and pain in specific parts of the body such as shoulders, neck or pelvis. Most general forms of muscle or nerve pain can also develop into a chronic pain condition. Some emotional signs of chronic pain are depression, anxiety, stress, depression, anger or fatigue. An opioid is intended to only be used to manage pain for a short period of time. Addiction to the prescribed pill can happen very quickly if a person continues the use of an opioid after the time frame of the prescription. Opioids are produced naturally in the body. The human brain becomes addicted to opioids when synthetic opioids (found in heroin and prescription medications) alter the brain’s chemical balance. Call @ (866) 450-1557

Treatment Options:

Treatment Options Opioid Addiction & Treatment Opiates, sedatives and stimulants are among the different types of addictive prescriptions. These drugs have a physical, emotional and mental impact on the human brain and body. Stimulants can become addictive after being prescribed and many people are addicted to non-medically prescribed stimulants. Sedatives are also a major concern. Once a person realizes they have a problem and is willing to get help, there are various treatments that can be used to help maintain sobriety. Pharmacological Treatment For Sedatives The list of sedatives includes benzodiazepines, non-benzodiazepines and barbiturates. If a person was prescribed a sedative to reduce anxiety, control sleeping patterns or recover from surgery, becoming addicted to the substance might easily occur. Many times people who become addicted to sedatives are also abusing other types of prescription medications to counter the effects of the sedative. The withdrawal symptoms from these types of prescription drugs can often be life-threatening and may require medical supervision. (866) 450-1557 info@prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com

Contact Us:

Contact Us info@prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com www.prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com Call our 24/7 Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline Today! (866) 450-1557

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