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Your Journey to Recovery

In April 2013, it was estimated that approximately 120,000 people die in United States due to drug or alcohol addiction. Do you want to be a statistic this year? Then its time to seek help. Stop making excuses and pick up the phone and call a drug and alcohol rehab center in Dallas.

An Overview of Rehabilitation

Depending on whether you go to a drug rehab or a center for alcohol addiction recovery, treatment usually runs the following course. Firstly, it must be remembered that when you sign up for drug and alcohol rehab, you are free to leave any time you wish. You are not imprisoned, and nothing happens against your will.

The next step is detoxification. It should be mentioned that many alcohol and drug rehab centers actually require that you go through detoxification prior to signing up for their program. Detoxification can be drug free, but medications may also be used. Medical experts see great potential in using vaccinations during detox, as they cannot only reduce the euphoria related with drug use, but also help to curb cravings and mitigate withdrawal symptoms.

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Dallas: A Road to Recovery

To be able to realize that you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol is a bold step in itself. However, there arent too many drug and alcohol addicts willing to acknowledge this truth. But the ones brave enough to enter a drug rehabilitation center usually turn their life around. This is mainly because they are received by certified medical professionals who are trained to treat drug and alcohol addicts in Dallas.

How Does Addiction Develop

When you try a drug for the first time, it produces exaggerated effects. Some of these might be psychological in nature; however, a majority of the effects are drug induced. As you continue to engage in the activity of taking drugs and enjoying its pleasurable effects, you begin to reach a state where the dosage does not produce the required effects. This is when you develop what is called a tolerance for the drug.

Under this phenomenon, your body grows accustomed to the drug. Now, whenever you take the dosage that you are accustomed to, your body does not experience the usual high. This of course forces you to increase your drug intake. And the vicious cycle of addiction begins because now you have to continually increase your dosage just to feel a regular high.

Now that you are physiologically dependent on the drug, the chemical balance of your body is changed. At this point, you will realize that you need the drug. This will scare you because you do not want to be dependent on it, so the instant reaction is to stop. Unfortunately, this only further aggravates your health condition because you start to suffer from what are called, withdrawal symptoms.


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