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Break the chains of prescription drug abuse

Maybe it started with ADHD medication when they were a teen. Or maybe an injury provided the first prescription to an opioid. Maybe dealing with an anxiety disorder with Xanax became more destructive than helpful. Whatever the case may be, there are many people today who struggle with an addiction to prescription drugs. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse over 52 million Americans over the age of 12 have abused prescription medication in their lifetime.

This is a highly problematic issue and it is growing. Prescription drug abuse is just as dangerous as the abuse of illicit drugs and can take over a person’s life, destroying their work ethic, relationships and more. It doesn’t have to be that way though. With the proper treatment anyone who is willing to commit to a sober lifestyle can find freedom from the chains of prescription drug abuse and addiction.

Know that it is okay to struggle

In 2010 alone 8.76 million individuals abuse prescription drugs. You are not alone in your struggle and thankfully there is help. It is okay to admit to having trouble with prescription drug abuse. It is the first step to finding vital help that can save your life.

Look for the treatment that will best help you

When looking for help it is important to go over your situation with a doctor. This allows for a proper diagnosis which can identify any underlying disorders that may be fueling the abuse and help you to find the treatment that will work the best for you.

Commit to becoming a better you

Recovery from prescription drug abuse is a lifelong process but it is beyond worth it. Find the treatment you, establish a good support group and fully commit to becoming and being a better you.

Detox

The first step is always the hardest. Detox allows the individual to get any and all chemicals from the drugs out of their body. While this can be an uncomfortable part of recovery it is one of the most important and helps the individual to fully focus on their recovery afterward

Medication

Whether it is to help the body repair after extended abuse or to combat the symptoms from an underlying disorder, medication is a highly useful tool in recovery. Any and all medication use should be monitored by a doctor to make sure the medication is the best for the patient

Therapy

Different forms of therapy can help an individual overcome old destructive patterns of thinking and create a new mindset that can support the goal of maintaining sobriety. Therapy can also help repair relationships and teach an individual different coping skills to help them stay clean and sober

Continued support

A good support system is very important for those who wish to stay clean and sober. Through support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous people can build support groups who can help them stay on track

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