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Addiction is difficult to define. It is a disease with physiological, psychological, behavioral and moral implications. when a drug user can't stop taking a drug even if he wants to it's called an addiction. The urge is too strong to control, even if you know the drug is causing harm.
What is Addiction and ongoing support is critical at Pittsburgh's Premiere drug rehab JADE Wellness
Addiction refers to the condition in which a person has shown one or more of the following important psychological signs or symptoms.He has developed a tolerance to drugs, experiences physical withdrawal after stopping use, he is unable to stop, or he takes large quantities of the substance.
Financially, drug rehab (Pennsylvania) costs several hundreds for six months of treatment. But in reality, drug rehab (Pennsylvania) saves one community plenty. Treatment is said to save $4 to $7 for every dollar spent. It costs an estimated $3,600 to leave an abuser in the community without treating them. Incarceration costs $3,300 a month and methadone treatment is only $290. This isn’t much when one stops to consider how much more the other alternatives cost.
Some drug rehab (Pennsylvania) centers are strictly for special populations. Some centers patients will receive very very limited contact with the outside world while going through treatment. Others, patients are encouraged to bring their laptops and cell phones and families are encouraged to visit. Some drug rehab (Pennsylvania) centers will offer on-site detox services and accept health insurance. Other centers may not accept insurance plans. Some drug rehab (Pennsylvania) centers follow a holistic approach and may offer reiki or full body massages and yoga. There are also gay-friendly rehab centers.
The first thing drug abusers learn through an intensive treatment program learn is not to lie about their addiction. Drug Rehab (Pennsylvania) centers also teach patients to tell their story. By telling their story, former drug addicts help others going through addiction or drug rehab (Pennsylvania) programs. The last thing that patients learn is to help others who are struggling with addictions.