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Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Vicodin Addiction Treatments In The United States

Vicodin addiction and abuse is a very serious problem all over the United States. According to IMS Health in 2010, hydrocodone/acetaminophen (Vicodin) was the most prescribed painkiller in the United States. The main problem is that if people are not careful, they can easily develop a dependence to the drug. It is important for a person to be able recognize the signs of addiction in order to be able to do something about it.

  • Being drowsy and/or having trouble concentrating on one task
  • Being very anxious/paranoid and/or having extreme mood swings
  • Being nauseous or vomiting
  • Showing an obsessive need for getting and consuming Vicodin

These are signs of possible addiction, but the problem is that a person will usually show these signs when they have been abusing Vicodin for a while. But when a person notes them, it is extremely important to get them help as soon as possible.

The good thing is that many rehabilitation programs have intervention services in order to get the person in treatment. All over the United States, the following services can be found:

  • Vicodin Intervention Services
  • Vicodin Medical Detoxification
  • Vicodin Rehabilitation Treatments

It is therefore possible for people to get help and one should not hesitate to go through our directory and call us to find the right rehabilitation treatment. The first step is detoxification, and with over 800 detoxification centers in our directory, we can certainly help you find one that suits your needs. It is also important to note that a detoxification will only address the physical side of addiction, a drug rehabilitation treatment is just as important in order to address the emotional and psychological side of addiction. We can help you with both no matter where you are located in the United States.

Source:http://www.samhsa.gov/data/NSDUH/2k11Results/NSDUHresults2011.pdf