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Addiction to drugs can be a life-long problem if the proper drug rehab program is not sought to help the addict achieve a healthier lifestyle. Addiction refers to a physical and mental dependence upon a substance. Those who are addicted to drugs have no control over how much they consume, how often they take the drugs, and have no regard for the physical, mental, personal and financial consequences that arise as a result.

Many people with a drug addiction have tried to quit on their own without success. The mission of Drug Rehab Centers Bloomington is to help those struggling with drug addiction find a treatment program that can help them address the physiological and mental aspects of their dependence, and be able to, once and for all, achieve lasting sobriety.

If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction to illegal drugs, alcohol or prescription medications, call Drug Treatment Centers Bloomington today at (812) 269-3909. We help guide you through every step of the recovery process.

Addiction Statistics in Bloomington

According to the Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC), more than 622 drug-related arrests are made for every 100,000 residents in Monroe County. This number places Monroe County and the city of Bloomington in the top 20 percent of counties with drug-related arrests.

Monroe County is also home to an estimated 62 methamphetamine labs. In total, the IPRC estimates there are 1,721 meth labs in the state of Indiana.

In 2013, an estimated 68 people sought treatment for addiction to benzodiazepine drugs, such as Valium and Xanax. An estimated 265 sought treatment for marijuana/hashish dependence and 133 for methamphetamine addictions. More than 750 persons in 2013 received treatment for drug-related addictions in Monroe County, according to the IPRC.

Physical and Mental Aspects of Chemical Dependency

Physical dependence on a substance of abuse results from the chronic se of that drug. Once the body has become accustomed to the pattern of abuse, it begins to build up a tolerance, requiring more of the drug to feel the dame effects. When the addict tries to stop taking the substance, the body reacts negatively by producing uncomfortable and painful physical withdrawal symptoms.

Psychological dependence is characterized as the use of an addictive substance as a means to avoid the physical and emotional symptoms of withdrawal. This negative behavior is usually addressed through cognitive behavioral therapy.

Signs of Drug Addiction

These signs of substance dependence mary vary depending on the person, but are some of the most common and easy to recognize:

  • • Building up a tolerance
  • • Being unable to control the amount of drugs you take
  • • Your main priorities include seeking and using the drug
  • • Continuing to use the drug no matter what negative consequences might arise
  • • Hiding the drugs or denying how much you really take
  • • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, mood swings, irritability, cravings, etc.
  • • Participating in dangerous activities while intoxicated
  • • Isolating yourself from friends and family
  • • Experiencing relationship or financial problems

Treatment for Drug Addiction

Professional treatment for drug addiction at a treatment center like Drug Treatment Centers Bloomington can help you get the support you need. This support can include medical treatments to help you deal with the physical withdrawal symptoms associated with withdrawal. Therapy treatments can help you develop coping skills to learn how to fight the temptations that can come with drug and alcohol abuse.

Residential Vs. Outpatient

At Drug Treatment Rehab Centers Bloomington, we offer both residential and outpatient programs. Our inpatient residential programs requires patients to love at the center for 30 to 60 days, while undergoing detox, therapy and relapse prevention training. Our outpatient program allows recovering addicts to visit the treatment facility on a daily or weekly basis to attend individual counseling sessions or group meetings.

To find out more about these and our various therapy options, call Drug Treatment Centers Bloomington at (812) 269-3909.

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