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Drug addiction is sometimes called a substance abuse disorder. It occurs when someone becomes physically and emotionally dependent on one or more drugs. Drug rehab is often necessary to beat drug addiction. Many drug rehab centers offer a variety of options, such as inpatient or outpatient care. Someone with a drug addiction doesn't have to wait until they reach rock-bottom to get help. In many cases, the earlier the drug addiction is treated, the better the outcome will be.

To learn more about the available drug rehab treatment options, contact Drug Treatment Boca Raton at (561) 962-0348.

Types of Drug Addiction

There are many different types of drug addiction. Some of the most common include prescription medications, street drugs such as cocaine and heroin, and alcohol. While some people are addicted to a single drug, others are addicted to several drugs.

According to a 2014 report from the Missouri Department of Mental Health, the most common drug that is abused in Jackson County is alcohol. This is followed by marijuana, cocaine, and stimulants. Methamphetamine is another highly abuse drug in the county.

Signs and Symptoms of Drug Addiction

Drug abuse may start out as a way to relax and improve one's mood. Over time, the addiction can turn physical. When someone is physically addicted, they will experience withdrawal symptoms when attempting to stop or greatly reduce their drug intake.

Someone who is abusing drugs may begin to neglect their responsibilities at school or work. They may experience legal trouble from using drugs, and could be having problems in their relationships. Symptoms of drug addiction include an increasing tolerance and using the drug to avoid withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal symptoms can include nausea, insomnia, depression, sweating, shaking, and anxiety. Someone who is addicted to drugs often continues to use drugs even though they know it is hurting them.

Drug Rehab Therapy

One common approach is cognitive behavioral therapy. This includes identifying negative and or irrational thought patterns that used to influence the person's behavior. The goal is to break the cycle of negative thinking.

Another common approach is SMART recovery. In this approach, participants learn about the proper tools for addiction recovery based on the latest scientific research. They also participate in face-to-face meetings, daily online meetings, and have 24/7 access to online resources.

In general, someone with a more severe addiction and withdrawal symptoms requires residential treatment. Residential treatment facilities closely monitor each patient around-the-clock. Outpatient facilities afford more freedom, and participants often attend meetings in counseling sessions during the day but are free to return home at night.

Intervention: Getting Someone You Love into Drug Rehab

If someone you love has a drug or alcohol abuse problem, an intervention can help them find the motivation and courage needed to get help. Different types of interventions exist. A formal intervention is a structured and serious conversation, often with a group of people. An informal intervention is a personal discussion that seems less planned.

Various intervention models exist:

  • Direct Confrontation: Confronting an individual directly regarding his or her abuse.
  • Indirect Confrontation: Encouraging friends or family members to speak to a person regarding his or her drug abuse.
  • Forcible Intervention: Requiring a person to seek treatment, often by legal means. While this means putting a person in a facility against his or her will, treatment can ultimately be effective.
  • Motivational Interviewing: Motivational interviewing involves asking questions to help a person discover his or her own personal motivations for wanting to achieve sobriety.
  • Systemic: This intervention type typically involves a family meeting that is planned with the individual. The systemic intervention could involve several weekly meetings.
  • ARISE: Also known as an "invitational intervention," the person with the addiction is invited to attend the meeting and knows its purpose.

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