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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Prescription Drug Addiction and Treatment Each year, over 76 million Americans suffer from chronic pain lasting longer than 12 weeks. Narcotic abuse is one of the most common forms of drug abuse in the U.S. Treatment Abuse Dependence Addiction Commonly abused medications include Opioids, Benzodiazepines, and Anamphetamine-like drugs. Signs and Symptoms: Opioids -Constipation-Depression-Low blood pressure-Decreased breathing rate-Confusion-Sweating-Poor Coordination Benzodiazepines {sedatives} -Drowsiness-Confusion/Dizziness-Unsteady walking-Poor judgment-Involuntary & rapid eye movement Anamphetamines {stimulants} {pain killers} - Weight loss- Agitation/Irritability- Insomnia- High blood pressure- Irregular heartbeat- Restlessness- Impulsive behavior double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. DID YOU KNOW ? GDRC's Individualized Treatment Plan Expert medical and psychiatric care An onsite, medically supported detoxification process Individual and Group Therapy, including understanding addiction Family Group Therapy 12-step work Nutritional counseling If you or a loved one is suffering from substance abuse or addiction please call Georgia Detox and Recovery Centers: (844) 675-6356 Sources: Centers for Disease Control & Mayo Clinic For more information about GDRC, visit: Nearly 3 out of 4 prescription drug overdoses are caused by prescription pain killers. Yoga and Meditation Partial Hospitalization Program Intensive Outpatient Program The Path to Prescription Medication Addiction individuals in IOP have the opportunity to continue living at home during treatment designed to treat chemical dependency for individuals who are need of a treatment program that falls between IOP and Residential Treatment
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