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  • The most commonly reported Valium side effects include dizziness, drowsiness, slurred speech, clumsiness, stomach or abdominal cramps, blurred vision, dry mouth, diarrhea, headache, and nausea or vomiting.
  • Opana withdrawal symptoms often peak between 48 and 96 hours after cessation of use and will usually begin to subside after about 7-10 days.
  • The number of suicide-related prescription opioid/sedative overdoses between 1999 and 2006 in the U.S. rose by 130 percent.
  • The Drug Abuse Warning Network lists opiates among the four most frequently mentioned drugs reported in drug-related death cases.

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Drug Rehab in Connecticut

There are all different kinds of substances that individuals can become addicted to in Connecticut. Common street drugs such as heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana are no longer the only drug threats because of the huge rise in prescription drug abuse within the past several years. Newly emerging designer drugs have also grown to be a severe problem, such as the stimulant drug known as "bath salts" and synthetic versions of marijuana known as "spice" which are being bought legally in specialty shops across the nation. Just as rates of drug abuse and addiction are on the rise, so are rates of persons needing and wanting to get effective help.

Drug and Alcohol rehab programs in Connecticut can help individuals by not only helping them to abstain from using drugs, but also assist them through the difficult detoxification and withdrawal process. Once the physical element of addiction is handled, substance abuse counselors will help recovering addicts get down to the bottom of how they let themselves become addicted to drugs in the first place, which will make sure they don't fall prey to the same traps and temptations in the future. If a person tries to stop drug use on their own without help, they will not only find it difficult if not impossible to not give in to the intense drug cravings, but they will also have to battle through the physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal alone, which can at times be incredibly uncomfortable. If not in a drug rehab setting, and with easy access to one's drug of choice, it can be easy enough to give in to relapse. This is why it is important for individuals to know that help does exist, and there is a way to recover from the grips of drug addiction.

The way to stop the cycle of addiction is to confront and resolve the factors in one's life which made drugs a solution, and then developing new solutions and coping skills to better deal with these factors when they arise again in the future. Some drug rehab programs only address the physical aspect of addiction, and leave it up to the addicted person to sort out their psychological and emotional ties to drugs. A drug detox facility or short term drug rehabilitation program for example typically only helps individuals overcome the physical aspect of addiction and gets them to stop using drugs for a period of time. Unfortunately, there is much more to tackle if one wants to remain abstinent and be able to do it with self-assurance and resolve. This is why it is important that individuals choose the appropriate kind of drug treatment center that is going to go the distance in getting all important issues addressed through education, counseling and other recovery techniques for as long as it takes to reach this point.

Since handling addiction in this way is confirmed to be the most successful drug treatment approach, people who want to receive the most effective help should receive treatment at an inpatient or residential drug rehabilitation program in Connecticut. There are many reasons why these types of drug rehabs provide the most superior treatment, but first and foremost the treatment environment in itself is one of the most important aspects of treatment to factor in. A drug rehabilitation program will provide the best results when the recovering addict can completely immerse themselves in recovery and self betterment. Outpatient drug treatment facilities often don't present desirable results and set a person up for relapse, due to the fact that they are not fully able to focus on treatment and then they return home to things which may trigger their addiction. If in an inpatient or residential drug treatment setting this is of course not the case, in addition to the advantage of not having any access to drugs but having access to positive support and care around the clock.

An additional aspect which is often a predictor of whether or not somebody will find success by way of treatment at a drug rehab in Connecticut is the length of time they stay in treatment. It has been confirmed time and time again that benefits will be commensurate with the intensity and length of treatment. If one important issue is left unresolved while in drug rehab, this can set the individual up for failure and relapse. Treating addiction can be a complex task, as not everybody has the same problems to deal with and the same internal battles to fight. This is why the best treatment plan will ensure that there is no time frame on one's drug rehab process, and enables each individual to take the time to tackle all aspects of their own addiction at their individual pace.

If you or someone you know in Connecticut is struggling with an addiction to anything, whether it is prescription drugs, illicit street drugs or any other substance of abuse, contact a drug treatment counselor right away. Uncover which drug rehabilitation programs exist in your area and select one which will be the most effective for your situation.

Treatment Listings in Connecticut:
  • Stonington Institute
    75 Swantown Hill Road North Stonington Connecticut, 6359
  • New Directions Inc of North Central CT
    113 Elm Street Enfield CT., 6082
  • Fair Haven Community Health Center
    374 Grand Avenue New Haven Connecticut, 6513
  • Community Health Center of Waterbury
    51 North Elm Street Waterbury CT., 6702
  • Liberation Programs Inc
    50 East Putnam Avenue Greenwich Connecticut, 6830
  • Yale New Haven Hospital
    2080 Whitney Avenue Hamden CT., 6518
  • Southwest Connecticut MH Systems
    1635 Central Avenue Bridgeport Connecticut, 6610
  • Intercommunity
    56 Coventry Street Hartford CT., 6112
  • Essex Child Guidance Center
    190 Westbrook Road Essex Connecticut, 6426
  • Hartford Dispensary
    772 West Thames Street Norwich CT., 6360
  • Grant Street Partnership
    60-62 Grant Street New Haven Connecticut, 6519
  • High Watch Recovery Center
    62 Carter Road Kent CT., 6757
  • Childrens Center of Hamden
    1400 Whitney Avenue Hamden Connecticut, 6517
  • Klingberg Comp Family Services Inc
    157 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford CT., 6106
  • Connection Inc
    263 Main Street Old Saybrook Connecticut, 6475
  • Connecticut Junior Republic
    80 Prospect Street Waterbury CT., 6702
  • Child and Family Guidance Center
    1073 North Benson Road Fairfield Connecticut, 6824
  • MCCA
    419 Whalley Avenue New Haven CT., 6511
  • North Haven Community Services
    5 Linsley Street North Haven Connecticut, 6473
  • Connecticut Valley Hospital
    1000 Silver Street Middletown CT., 6457
  • Joshua Center Northeast
    934 North Main Street Danielson Connecticut, 6239
  • Cornell Scott Hill Health Corporation
    121 Wakelee Avenue Ansonia CT., 6401
  • Community Health Resources
    433 Valley Street Willimantic Connecticut, 6226
  • Rushford
    1250 Silver Street Middletown CT., 6457
  • Connection Inc
    48 Howe Street New Haven Connecticut, 6511
  • Community Health Center of Danbury
    8 Delay Street Danbury CT., 6810
  • Rushford Center Inc
    1250 Silver Street Middletown Connecticut, 6457
  • Middlesex Hospital
    33 Pleasant Street Middletown CT., 6457
  • Catholic Charities
    13 Wolcott Street Waterbury Connecticut, 6702
  • InterCommunity Inc
    281 Main Street East Hartford CT., 6118
  • Connection Inc
    542 Long Hill Road Groton Connecticut, 6340
  • Care Plus
    1353 Gold Star Highway Groton CT., 6340