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Heroin Addiction Rehab Centers in Arizona

Heroin is a highly addictive substance that causes major changes in brain chemistry. Since it inhibits the brain’s ability to feel pain, heroin creates a sense of calm and intense relaxation in those who use it, which is why, along with the physical dependence, most heroin users develop psychological addiction to the substance as well.

Cravings for the pain relief heroin provides, along with a fear of withdrawal symptoms, keeps many heroin-addicted individuals using, even after their tolerance gets so high the drug ceases to have the same effects. In order to feed their addiction, heroin users may lie or steal from family and friends, which can strain relationships. With intensive treatment, though, many heroin users overcome their addictions and get back to their lives.

Statistics on Heroin Addiction in Arizona

Heroin is a fairly common drug used by substance abusers, though it is less frequently used than alcohol, marijuana, meth, and, in some places, cocaine. Its highest usage rates are found amongst Caucasian men and women, ages 20 to 40. In Arizona, more than 2,800 people were admitted to rehab facilities for heroin abuse in 2012. Usage rates for heroin have also been on an upward trend for the past few years, with an increased number of people in each age bracket trying the substance for the first time.

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Treatment for Heroin Addiction

Those seeking to overcome heroin addiction commonly require a two-tiered approach to treatment. They need physical intervention to help prevent cravings and ease pain, and psychological intervention to help them overcome the issues that might have caused them to use in the first place. Physical intervention is typically provided through detoxification, which gives the body the necessary time to rid itself of the drug and return to its natural state, and may include methadone maintenance to help ease cravings and withdrawal pains that remain after detox is done. Psychological intervention is provided through traditional counseling, and may incorporate holistic techniques, such as exercise therapy and acupuncture.

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