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Prescription drug addiction is one of the most pervasive and deadly addiction threats in the United States. Although federal crackdowns and community efforts have diminished their overall impact, prescription drugs like opioid painkillers and benzodiazepines are still responsible for thousands of deaths each year. Even in the wake of national reform, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration estimates that 52 million Americans have used prescription drugs for non-medical purposes in their lifetime. Approximately 16 million have reported improper use of prescriptions in the past year and nearly seven million report improper use in the past month. Many heroin addicts start off abusing prescription opioids right here in the Lone Star State, making the need for quality Texas prescription drug treatment more urgent than ever.
The most commonly abused prescriptions include prescription opioid painkillers, benzodiazepines and stimulants. Users may start off taking these drugs for “innocent” reasons, including pain and anxiety relief and as study-aids. Unfortunately, even users who take these drugs as prescribed can wind up dependent on them. Some of the more commonly abuse brand-name prescriptions include:
Opioid painkillers continue to be the most commonly abused class of prescription drugs. Recovery Unplugged offers quality, music-based Texas prescription drug treatment to patients all over the country.
Identifying prescription drug addiction in a loved one may be more difficult given the legal nature of these drugs. Users can often hide behind the fact that they have a prescription. By the time their loved ones realize that pills are being used improperly, it may be too late. There are, however, some tell-tale physical and behavioral signs to look for if you believe that someone you care about is abusing prescription drugs, including:
If you or a loved one are exhibiting these or any other symptoms related medication abuse, call our Texas prescription drug treatment facility today.
The prescription drug addiction treatment process can be an ongoing endeavor, depending on how long and how frequently patients have been engaging in prescription abuse. These drugs create serious long-term changes in the brain’s chemistry which can, in turn, affect other aspects of a person’s life. It’s not uncommon for prescription drug abuse, whether it’s a benzo like Xanax or Valium or a prescription opioid like, Vicodin or Lortab, to compromise sufferers’ careers, families, financial security, legal freedom and more. Quality prescription drug addiction treatment should take these long-term needs into consideration. Recovery Unplugged Texas offers comprehensive, music-based prescription drug rehab in Austin to patients of all substance abuse histories.
Whether they need targeted and customized outpatient treatment or a more long-term treatment, like our sober living program in Austin, Recovery Unplugged Texas offers the quality, experience and expertise you need to begin the process of overcoming prescription drug addiction. We are committed to helping you or your loved one take the necessary steps toward recovery and a better tomorrow. Our Austin prescription drug rehab programs allow patients to break down emotional barriers through therapies like songwriting, lyric writing and much more. You don’t have to sacrifice your future to prescription addiction. Call Recovery Unplugged Texas today at (855) 384-6340.
No matter how or why you started abusing prescriptions, these pills don’t have to rule your life or determine your future. We are ready to help you or your loved one overcome prescription drug addiction. We offer customized inpatient and outpatient treatment programs that help our patients heal on both the physical and psychological levels while they regain their confidence and emotional strength.
Our full continuum of care and world-class treatment professionals are committed to guiding our clients toward lasting mental health.