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  • alcohol addiction alcohol addiction


    Alcohol is one of the most addictive substances in existence. More people seek help for alcohol addiction each year than almost all other drugs combined. Learn more about alcohol and how to find recovery.

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  • heroin addiction heroin addiction


    Currently, America is in the midst of a heroin epidemic. Between 2002 and 2013, heroin use has increased 63%. Find out more about the signs & symptoms of heroin addiction and how Recovery Hub can help you today.

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  • crack/cocaine addiction crack/cocaine addiction


    Since it hit in the 1980s, crack-cocaine addiction has affected millions of Americans. Learn more about this drug's effects and dangers, as well as treatment options that can help you overcome crack addiction.

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  • benzodiazepine addiction benzodiazepine addiction


    Benzodiazepines are a class of sedative-like narcotics that are used for anxiety and nerve disorders. Learn more about the dangers of benzo addiction and how to find a benzo rehab center near you today.

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  • marijuana addiction marijuana addiction


    Marijuana is currently the most used illicit drug in the U.S. Due to the legalization in many states, marijuana can become a problem for those who have substance abuse issues.

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  • methamphetamine addiction methamphetamine addiction


    According to recent statistics, over 24 million people worldwide are abusing methamphetamine, aka crystal meth. This highly addictive stimulant is causing addiction across the U.S.

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  • opiate addiction opiate addiction


    There are currently around 2.5 million opiate users over the age of 12 in the US. The opiate epidemic is killing more Americans than ever before. Know the facts. Get help today.

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  • prescription drug addiction prescription drug addiction

    Prescription Drugs

    Prescription drug abuse is at an all-time high in the US. Between narcotic painkillers and drugs such as benzodiazepines are only adding to overdoses and hospital stays. Find out more about prescription drug abuse.

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  • painkiller addiction painkiller addiction


    The number of people undergoing treatment for prescription painkiller addiction has quadrupled from 2004-2010. Learn more about addiction to painkillers and how to get help today.

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  • methadone addiction methadone addiction


    Methadone was developed in Germany in the 1930s to treat those addicted to opiates. Still used today as a substitute for opiates, methadone is a dangerous drug with a high addiction rate.

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  • percocet addiction percocet addiction


    Percocet is one of the most prescribed painkillers in the U.S. Unknowingly, millions of people have become addicted both physically and mentally to this prescription narcotic.

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  • roxicet addiction roxicet addiction


    Also known as "Roxies" or "blues," Roxicodone is a narcotic painkiller similar in structure to the immediate release OxyContin pills. This highly addictive opiate is taking lives faster than ever before.

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  • valium addiction valium addiction


    Historically, Valium has been a popular pharmaceutical agent--widely used for its muscle relaxant, anti-convulsant, and sedative properties. Valium addiction has increased by 3 times from 1998-2008.

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  • xanax addiction xanax addiction


    Xanax is the No. 1 prescribed psychiatric medication in the United States. The drug is up to 20 times more potent than Valium. Seventy percent of teens abusing Xanax get the drug from their medicine cabinet.

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  • oxycontin addiction oxycontin addiction


    As a powerful synthetic opioid, OxyContin is a medication with effects similar to morphine. An estimated 1.9 million people in the United States are dependent on or abuse opioid painkillers.

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  • oxycodone addiction oxycodone addiction


    It’s estimated that 9 percent of all adults in the US have or will abuse opioid narcotics such as oxycodone. The US is the number one global consumer of all opiates, like oxycodone.

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  • tramadol addiction tramadol addiction


    Tramadol works by binding to opioid receptors in the brain, which relieves pain. Although it is effective at treating mild pain, tramadol is one of the least potent painkillers available.

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  • suboxone addiction suboxone addiction


    Suboxone is a combination of Buprenorphine and Naloxone, created for those who are addicted to opiates. Suboxone, like any other drug, has the potential for abuse, including IV which many users do.

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  • vicodin addiction vicodin addiction


    Hydrocodone, aka Vicodin, is the most frequently prescribed opiate in the country, with more than 139 million prescriptions filled during 2010.

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