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Drug Rehab Facility Success Story from Narconon Arrowhead

I’m so grateful that I was able to come here to this drug rehab facility at Narconon Arrowhead. I have really found out so much about what motivates me. I want a life with purpose and meaning. I know that I will get the life I was meant to have. One great win is I no longer feel sorry for myself. Now, I know that what I earn, I can keep and that I will get so much more than material things by helping others. D.L.

Arkansas Drug Rehab Information

Arkansas Drug Rehab and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Information

Substance Abuse Costs Lives Every Year in Arkansas

Substance abuse is the nation’s number one health-related problem and the effects can be seen in Arkansas. Drug and alcohol addiction is the root cause to many other societal problems and it costs our country up to $500 billion each year, in addition to the thousands of lives lost, broken homes and drug-related crime.

Most addiction treatment centers have a limited success rate, where the majority of the clients relapse. This is not the case with Narconon Arrowhead. In fact, approximately 70% of the graduates of our drug and alcohol rehab remain drug free.

To find out if there are any drug rehab treatment or counseling facilities serving people in Arkansas that are suitable for your needs, please call 1-800-468-6933.

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Drug Substance Abuse and Addiction

Drug Substance Abuse
We can’t help but wonder what causes one person to become in drug or substance abuse while another person can walk away from it. Drugs or alcohol are use in an effort to handle a problem or physical/emotional pain of some sort. The drug is found to offer short term relief to the problem or pain. What happens in many cases is the individual continues to use drugs and alcohol to mask the symptoms and obtain relief rather than handle the actual source of the problem or pain. Most drugs used have a tolerance factor where it takes more and more of the drug more and more often to achieve the desired results. This leads to abusive and addictive use which adds additional problems and pains and yet at this point the person thinks there is no other solution or relief available. Thus the person enters the downward spiral of abuse drug and substance abuse and addiction.

 

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Crack Cocaine Addiction and Addiction

Crack Cocaine Addiction
The chemical cocaine hydrochloride is commonly known as cocaine. Some users chemically process cocaine in order to remove the hydrochloride. This process is called ‘freebasing’ and makes the drug more potent. ‘Crack’ is a solid form of freebased cocaine. It is called ‘crack’ because it snaps and cracks when heated and smoked. Traditionally, cocaine was a rich man's drug, due to the large expense of a cocaine habit. Now, crack is being sold at prices low enough that even adolescents can afford to buy it. But, this is misleading, since once a person has a crack cocaine addiction, his ‘habit’ often increases, and so does his expense.

 

Abuse and Addiction

Abuse
Abuse and Addiction? Where is the line between the two and what is the difference? In terms of drug use, ‘abuse’ is the harmful or illegal use of non-medicinal use of drugs or alcohol. If we define addiction as a mental or physical dependence or drugs or alcohol we can see that the lines are often blurred. Many people feel Drug Rehab is only for those with an addiction. A comprehensive drug rehab such as Narconon Arrowhead will also address those with an abuse problem and in fact many people who feel they only have an abuse problem are in fact in the deadly grasp of addiction without realizing it. Drug abuse is always part of the addiction cycle. A quality rehab program is able to evaluate the underlying causes of substance abuse problems and help the abuser put workable solutions into place before their entire life crumbles around them. Narconon Arrowhead successfully helps the individual help themselves – no matter the stage of abuse or addiction.

 

Causes of Relapse and Addiction

Causes of Relapse
There are definite specific causes of relapse and once these causes are handled relapse tends to just fade away as a condition or a worry. The first cause of relapse is cravings (mental and physical) that keep the individual seeking drugs or alcohol. Most withdrawal programs deal only with drug use cessation. While this is an important and vital action in any recovery it is far from being a full detoxification of the body. Drugs and toxins lodge in the fatty tissues of the body for month and years after use has ceased. In moments of physical or emotional stress these toxins can be released into the system again creating strong emotional and physical urges to use again. The Narconon New Life Detoxification Program fully flushes these drugs and toxins from the body accompanied by a marked resurgence in the overall sense of well-being. Most of our program participants report and end to drug cravings at this point.

 

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