How-To Guide Teaches Those With Serious Prescription Drug Addiction Simple Steps for Success

Rehab Treatment Success Memphis has published a new Prescription Drug Abuse how-to guide for those on the road to serious prescription drug addiction who are having trouble with or are seeking Recovery from prescription drug addiction.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center, Rehab Treatment Success Memphis, published a new how-to guide dedicated to helping those abusing prescription drugs to master the steps of recovery from prescription drug addiction.

Interested parties are invited to review the how-to guide in full on the company website:

This latest how-to guide from Rehab Treatment Success Memphis contains step-by-step instructions that are designed to be used by those on the road to serious prescription drug abuse to understand the steps to complete and permanent recovery. This easy to follow guide provides all of the information necessary to understand the topic.

The full how-to guide covers:

Common Effects of Prescription Drug Use – Abuse of these medications puts an individual at risk for all known side effects of the medication. When combined with other medications or combined with other substances, an overdose may occur. This overdose may lead to death.

Commonly Abused Prescription Drugs – There are several classifications of prescription drugs that are abused more often than others. They include: •Opioids – Such as Vicodin, Oxycontin •Depressants – Such as Xanax, Ativan •Stimulants – Such as Adderall, Ritalin.

Treatment Options For Prescription Drug Abusers – Behavioral and pharmacological treatments are the most commonly prescribed types of treatment. Behavioral treatments help a patient to come up with positive strategies to combat their drug addiction. In turn pharmacological treatment helps to wean a person off the medication. This is important because stopping a medication could result in dangerous side effects such a stroke, cardiovascular events or death.

When asked about the reasons behind creating this Prescription Drug Abuse guide, Tom Mack, Director of Rehab Treatment Success Memphis said, “It is estimated that 20% of those the age of 12 or older have used a prescription drug for non-medical purposes. The most common time for abuse being between the ages of 12 and 21. It is estimated that 1 in 12 high school seniors have illegally used Vicodin at some point in their life. This is truly an epidemic.”

Professionals who need help with Recovery from prescription drug addiction are invited to review the how-to guide online:

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