Rehab Near Publishes Article on Signs of Addiction

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Rehab Near Me has announced that they have recently published a blog post that indicates the signs of addiction. The article is titled, “The Physical Signs of Substance Abuse & Addiction,” points out that these signs are heavily related to the substance or drug being abused by the person. This article looks at the signs of addiction for various substances, such as heroin, cocaine, alcohol, and benzodiazepine and other prescription drugs. Those who would like to take a look at the blog post can go to https://www.rehabnear.me/signs-of-addiction/.

James Thomas, a representative for Rehab Near Me, says, “We would like to announce that we have recently posted an article on our site that indicates the physical signs of addiction. Take note that these signs are very much related to the drug or substance being abused. Thus, one may not just be able to detect if a family member is abusing a substance or a drug, it may also be possible to have an idea of the kind of drug or substance being abused. “

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For heroin abuse and addiction, looking for heroin paraphernalia can help in identifying whether a loved one is addicted to heroin. Such paraphernalia include small pieces of foil with burn marks, needles, small tubes, spoons with burn marks, small colorful balloons, lighters, shoelaces or rubber bands, and cut-up straws. In addition to the usual signs of substance abuse like inattentiveness, anxiety, irritability, lack of motivation, personality changes, angry outbursts, social isolation, unexplained paranoia, and sudden mood swings, a person who is abusing heroin may exhibit symptoms like disorientation, constricted pupils, sudden weight loss, shallow breathing, stomach cramps, track marks on arms and other body parts, tremors, diarrhea, and muscle cramps.

The new blog post on RehabNear.Me also indicates the signs of cocaine abuse. These signs include dilated pupils, restlessness, increased energy, paranoia, having an uncharacteristic elevated mood, feeling of invincibility, and anxiety. Cocaine is highly addictive and is the strongest naturally occurring stimulant, according to Medical News Today. Cocaine addiction has been linked with dramatic personal losses, and cocaine abuse usually spirals out of control as people go on cocaine binges.

Meanwhile, among the substances that can be abused, alcohol is unique in that most people don’t consider it to be a drug because it is legal. The problem is that alcohol can be lethal if it is misused. Alcoholism may result in many of the behavioral changes that are detected in other kinds of substance, plus it can lead to blackouts, weight loss, accidents, and legal problems. Most people are familiar with how a drunk person acts and looks. An additional problem is that alcoholics will prioritize drinking over anything with the result that they will spend too much money on alcoholic drinks.

With regards to prescription drugs, benzodiazepines are commonly abused. A possible contributing factor is the fact that these are the most highly prescribed medications in the US. These drugs, which are also known as benzos or BZD, are primarily available in capsule or tablet form. Benzodiazepine is used for treating seizures, anxiety, alcohol withdrawal, insomnia, and other conditions. Short term use of this drug is general safe. However, abuse can result into a number of complications. The side effects of benzodiazepine abuse like impaired coordination, dizziness, trembling, grogginess, vision problems, confusion, headache, and depression. It should be noted that just because these drugs are prescribed by doctor does not mean that they are less dangerous when abused.

Prescription drugs are usually stimulants, depressants, and pain relievers. Signs of prescription medication abuse will depend on the specific drug being abused. Depressants, such as benzodiazepines, tend to slow down the central nervous system, resulting in unsteady walking, poor judgement, and more. Prescription stimulants, such as methylphenidate and amphetamines, may result into agitation, insomnia, irritability, irregular heartbeat, impulsive behavior, weight loss, high blood pressure, and restlessness.

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