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Addiction is complicated and the path to heroin use can begin with pain pills, either through self-medication or a legitimate prescription. Often, a person is prescribed vicodin, oxycontin, or other opioids after an injury, surgery or dental work. Once a person taking prescription pain pills experiences the euphoria produced by narcotic pain medication, the craving to continue taking it can lead to addiction.
We hear so many stories that begin with pain medication and end with IV drug use. Addiction doesn't play favorites. It affects every people group and crosses all professional and socio-economic boundaries. In the past 10 years, heroin use and addiction in young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 has doubled, mainly due to the strict guidelines on prescription opioids.
Individuals struggling with heroin use need professional treatment, but some don't realize help is available until a loved one presents them with the option. If you think your loved one might be using heroin, there are specific signs you can look for.
Choosing to take a positive step toward recovery by attending addiction rehab is important to your future. Deciding on the right rehab is just as vital. The choice you make can affect the treatment you receive and even your chances of remaining sober. One of the biggest questions that most people have when selecting an addiction rehab is whether they should consider out of state treatment. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, there isn’t one particular treatment that is appropriate for everyone. Each choice relies on certain factors that will help make the decision right for that individual.
Let's take a look:
Look for yourself in either of these descriptions:
Enabling Someone in Addiction: Doing something for someone to ease the reality of their consequences. Doing something for someone that they can (and should) do for themselves.
Possible examples: Calling treatment facilities to ask questions about care. Searching the internet for job openings while your child sleeps. Driving someone to obtain illegal substances to help keep them from withdrawal. (The alternative to this last sentence would be to provide information on detox facilities).
Helping Someone in Addiction: Offering support, encouragement or information to help a person begin their journey of recovery.
Possible examples: Visiting a person in treatment during family day. Attending Al-Anon or Nar-Anon in order to understand codependency and to become as healthy as possible for yourself and the family as a whole.
Every state in the country is feeling the effects of the opioid crisis and racing to find solutions. One "DIY" opiate withdrawal aid that's being discussed in heated circles is Kratom. Some individuals seeking long term recovery say it’s their answer. Others say it just causes more problems.
Addiction often goes (intentionally) unnoticed when it's affecting the one you love most. Many wives choose to ignore the signs simply because they don’t want to face the truth. Because, if something is acknowledged, it has to be dealt with...and that's going to be messy.
If your husband is going to be the best (and healthiest) version of himself, he may need your support to begin the recovery journey. Yes, it's going to be messy, but a lot less messy than years of dancing around the subject and slowly watching your family suffer in a thousand different ways.
So, where do you begin?
During addiction, the neurons in the brain have been transformed and trained to respond to the chemicals in drugs or alcohol. When you become sober, your brain has a hard time adjusting, and those neurons don’t know how to respond without the drug they have become used to. This leads to cravings.
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