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Heroin Addiction

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Heroin Rehab Offers Hope Amidst this Public Health Crisis

Desperation. Lies. Deceit. Intense physical and mental heroin cravings are strong enough to drive people to doing things they would never dream of doing if they had not been using. In the depths of a heroin withdrawal, the user will do nearly anything to stop the negative side effects. Heroin rehab programs are created to manage those negative side effects and help the user regain their life.

Exploding onto the streets in the United States – in the last decade heroin use has quadrupled. In 2015, there were 12,990 overdose deaths related to heroin according to the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM).

Pure heroin is a white powder that can either be snorted or smoked. Smoking or snorting heroin is typically the methods most common among new heroin users to avoid the stigma associated with injecting heroin. More common in the United States is a black-colored tar-like heroin which is dissolved, diluted, and then injected into the veins, muscles, or under the skin.

Heroin abuse that continues untreated can rapidly develop into heroin addiction – even shortly after the user tries it for the first time. Are you suffering from a heroin addiction? Perhaps it’s a loved one you care about that is using heroin. There is hope. Heroin rehab programs at All About Recovery provide a holistic, and comprehensive recovery that includes a safe medical detox if needed.

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You’re Not Alone. Opiate Painkillers Lead to More Heroin Users

Most people do not just wake up one day and decide to become heroin addicts. In fact, many people who start out addicted to prescription painkillers end up on heroin because it’s much cheaper and more readily available.

Trauma. Mental illness. Family history. Many causes of drug abuse are identified in those who are addicted to heroin. In order to quit the habit for good, people need to be able to work through complex emotional issues and trauma they have experienced in life and that could be triggers of their drug addiction.

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Your future is not yet decided. You don’t have to end up like other addicts you know that wound up incarcerated. On the streets. Dead.

All About Recovery is ready to empower you or your loved one with our drug and alcohol recovery services.
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Heroin Addiction is Dangerous, Even Deadly… Stop Now!

Heroin is by far one of the most potent and addictive narcotics. Using heroin can cause extreme damage to the mind, body, and soul – almost immediately! In a matter of no time at all, the user’s brain is rewired to constantly need the drug.

Long-term use of heroin can cause:

  • Coma
  • Death
  • Overdose
  • Seizures
  • Heart attack
  • Brain damage
  • Bone and muscle pain
  • Weight loss (often extreme)
  • GI problems (diarrhea, vomiting, nausea)

The longer the heroin use continues, the intensity of these and other withdrawal symptoms will only increase. Immediate heroin treatment upon experiencing any of these side effects/withdrawal symptoms is needed to help break the cycle and prevent physical dependency.

Complex. Compassionate. Discreet. Holistic Rehab Customized to You

Heroin addiction is a powerful disease that leaves the person vulnerable on many fronts. Intensive treatment and assistance are needed to facilitate a safe and comfortable medical detox.

At All About Recovery, we have professional doctors that are trained in drug detoxification. You can go through heroin detox and then focus on behavioral and rehabilitation therapy for long-term success. Get started today. Call us anytime at (888) 712-8480.

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