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Inpatient and Outpatient Programs

The treatments which are available include use of treatment drugs like methadone and Buprenorphine. These drugs help by blocking brain receptors that receive heroin which eventually decreases cravings. Inpatient programs help the abuser understand their addiction and guide them to a sober lifestyle. It helps patients recover by treating them through detoxification and use of medicine.

Outpatient programs, on the other hand, also use the same treatment methods but patients are not subjected to a treatment facility.

The Effects of Heroin

Heroin addiction is most common since it a quick acting drug. It immediately enters the pleasure centers of the brain triggering a state of euphoria and relaxation and eliminating the ability to perceive pain.

The Cocaine Vaccine

Cocaine addiction has become a severe issue today. The use of cocaine as a recreational drug has escalated in Lorain . Efforts are being made in order to help addicts end their physical dependency on the drug in order to eliminate withdrawal symptoms. Since the most common effects of cocaine abuse are psychological, it is important to attack cocaine cells in the bloodstream before they reach the brain.

Researchers at the Weill Cornell Medical College were able to successfully run tests on primates for their anti-cocaine vaccine which has brought them another step closer to clinical trials on human subjects. This is a breakthrough in cocaine treatment and may become a sure fire way to eliminate dependency on the drug.

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.