Preferred Family Healthcare Inc DBA Health Resources of Arkansas - Newport AR 72112

1507 North Pecan Street Newport AR 72112

Drug addiction treatment is a lifelong process because addiction is a progressive condition. People cannot just quit using drugs overnight and regain control of their lives. Most addicts require ongoing or prolonged care to successfully overcome addiction and recover their lost lives. Drugs are an addictive substance that alters one’s perception of reality mood and emotions and can be very difficult to treat once it has been taken up to replace something else.

Drug addiction can be a serious health problem with many symptoms including: loss of appetite irritability nervousness depression anxiety insomnia loss of coordination restlessness muscle spasms and frequent urination. Drug use is not a normal healthy behavior. It results in stress and can make one physically sick. The person addicted to drugs will use other substances or “street drugs” as a way to cope with his physical and emotional pain and feelings of helplessness. If you suspect that your loved one is a drug addict or is having trouble controlling the cravings for drugs you should contact a family doctor to get a complete medical assessment.

In order to provide effective drug addiction treatment a skilled and trained therapist will be called upon to help the patient find new behaviors and ways to deal with the pain and suffering caused by drug addiction. Drug addiction is an illness that affects many aspects of a person’s life and can interfere with his functioning in relationships and in his employment. Seeking treatment at an addiction center that specializes in treating drug addicts can help both you and your loved one. A professional addiction therapist will help you explore how you feel about your addiction work through the various compulsive behaviors that bring you to the point of addiction and work with your doctor to help you achieve recovery. A professional counselor can also help you overcome the embarrassment of admitting to your family or friends that you have a problem.

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