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Narconon Arrowhead Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center Success Story

Wow! I never thought I would be 120 days sober, ever again in my life, but thanks to the Narconon Arrowhead Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center, this has happened. Furthermore, I look forward to increasing that number every day. Before I came here to drug rehab I was lost in a sea of hopelessness. I knew how to be an addict and thatís about it. I never admitted to myself that I had a problem. My family was slowly throwing me away. In a matter of three months, I did a 180-degree turnaround in almost every aspect of my life. Iím comfortable in my environment and with myself. Iím able to communicate and confront. Best of all, I know how to stay sober. I am so excited about my future here and with my family and friends. I have my dreams back! E.V.

Idaho Drug Rehab Information

Idaho Drug Rehab and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Information

Substance Abuse Costs Lives Every Year in Idaho

Substance abuse is the nation’s number one health-related problem and the effects can be seen in Idaho. 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 Idaho that are suitable for your needs, please call 1-800-468-6933.

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Marijuana Addiction and Addiction

Marijuana Addiction
The dangers and harm done by marijuana use has been under debate for decades and show no signs of lessening. Whether marijuana addiction exists or not is even more hotly debated. Addiction is a condition characterized by repeated compulsive seeking and use of drugs, alcohol or other substances despite adverse social, mental and physical consequences. When addiction exists, the drug controls the individual rather than the individual controlling the usage. Statistics do show increasing numbers of people entering addiction treatment reporting marijuana as their primary drug of abuse. Add to this the much stronger strains of marijuana available and the tendency to mix the drug with other substances such or crack and PCP and the potential for addiction becomes more pronounced. Rather than endlessly debate the issue, one should simply look at the marijuana use of self or a loved one against the above definition.

 

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Marijuana Addiction and Addiction

Marijuana Addiction
Many people and even professionals hold the opinion that marijuana is not addictive. This is simply a misunderstanding and not true. Marijuana addiction, especially on a mental or emotional level has been on the increase in terms of numbers and severity for some time. The potency of marijuana such as Canadian ĎBC Budí and hydroponically engineered pot is many times that of the marijuana of past days. Inability of users to control their use of this substance and Narconon Arrowhead statistics show a steady increase in the number of program participants with marijuana as their main drug of abuse and addiction.

 

Illegal Drug and Addiction

Illegal Drug
Many people mistakenly believe the drug problems of our culture center around the use of an illegal drug or substance. While these drugs certainly play a major role in drug abuse and addiction the problem is definitely not confined to the illegal drug. In fact one of the fastest growing areas of drug treatment lies in the area of abuse and addiction to prescription drugs. Painkillers, Anti-Depressants, and Anti-Psychotics have all shown epidemic rises in addiction and addiction treatment. Many of these drugs have black box warnings from the FDA of some of the severe and often life threatening side affects that can occur with their use, let alone use at abusive and addictive levels. Some of these prescriptions drugs are finding there way into use as treatments for illegal drug abuse. This has the analogy of jumping from the frying pan into the fire.

 

Drug Abuse and Addiction

Drug Abuse
The Encarta dictionary defines drug abuse as Ďthe harmful and illegal non-medicinal use of drugs or alcoholí. Drug abuse usually begins in an effort to relieve some sort of pain or discomfort; this could be emotion, mental, or physical. Many drugs do this, but only temporarily and generally when the drug wears off the pains and discomforts remain, often times worsened. Since they worked once more drugs are used in an effort to obtain further relief, and since tolerance builds up in most cases more and more of the drug or alcohol is needed. More and more of the personís life centers around obtaining and using drugs. The drugs and alcohol have long ceased to cure any problems and have themselves now become the problem. At this point, drug abuse involves abuse of finances, relationships, health, career, etc. When one handles the reasons for the initial drug abuse the need for drugs fades away.

 

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