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Step into a Drug Free Life with Illinois Drug Rehab

There is a new life waiting for you outside of the drug spiral. Imagine not constantly looking over your shoulder to see if someone will catch you, not worrying about when your next score will be, or not wondering if you will have enough money for both drugs and bills. Imagine a new life full of possibilities and open doors. If you are interested in finding the best drug treatment with an inpatient rehab facility, then Illinois Drug Rehab is here for you.

Our team of care associates is here to help you step into your new life free from drugs. We care about you and your needs. We listen and take into account what your specific situation requires. Whether you are stepping away from drugs for the first time or the twentieth time we are here to help you achieve your goal so you can be successful.

Methamphetamine

The use of methamphetamine (also known as meth) has seen a sudden rise in the past 15 years. An estimated 11 million people have tried this drug rising from just about 4.7 million in 1994. Made from a synthetic chemical, meth is devastating for the human body. Ranging from loss of appetite and increased blood pressure to liver and lung damage and other infectious diseases, meth is one of the most dangerous illicit drugs.

Consequences of Heroin Addiction

Heroin addiction has many short and long term affects. It causes breathing complexities, dry mouth, dilated pupils, slurred speech, vomiting and constipation within few hours of first taking the drug. One implication of injecting the drug through using a syringe is that it increases risk of HIV/AIDS or Hepatitis.

Over a long term after using a drug for a prolonged time period it may cause infection of valves, abscesses, cellulites and liver diseases. Street heroin may cause blood clotting of vessels as it contains additives that do not dissolve. Regular use increases the tolerance level, which means the dose to achieve the same euphoric state increases.

These are just some of the physical effects of snorting cocaine. Noticeable changes in a persons behavioral pattern include paranoia, restlessness and anxiety. People with high dependency on cocaine experience severe paranoid psychosis, lose touch with reality, and start hallucinating. No matter what the ingestion method, the effects of cocaine are harmful and may result in strokes, heart attacks, and seizures. Common health problems that arise from cocaine abuse include:

Like alcohol and other drug addictions, cocaine addiction has adverse psychological effects. Users often describe their euphoric state as an increasing sense of energy, feeling of superiority, and extremely jubilant moods. But like all other drugs, the stage when the high wears off is a state of extreme paranoia, anxiety, and restlessness. Cocaine intensifies emotional experiences like anger and frenzy, and users may want to indulge in high risk activities. Robberies and theft are common ways to raise finances for this extravagant drug. Several previous addicts have confessed to having sex with strangers in order to raise cash for cocaine.

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