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You're not alone.
Millions of people around the world have an addiction that negatively impacts their life and loved ones. Realizing that you have a problem with addiction is the first step to reclaiming your life. But spotting an addiction isn't always a piece of cake. There's a fine line between the substances we consume and a destructive addiction. Only you can decide if a beloved habit has turned into an addiction, but your friends and family may have some valuable insight to share with you from their perspectives. See what they have to say. It's possible they've already been trying to tell you and you haven't been listening.
Most rehabs are prepared to treat people for substance abuse, which is defined as an overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance. Alcohol and tobacco are by far the most commonly abused substances, due to their wide availability and socially normalized status. Alcoholics Anonymous or 12 Step Programs could support a successful rehabilitation. If you're a victim of The Opioid Crisis and living with extreme pain, a rehab could introduce you to a wide range of tools to help manage it before you become dependent on pain killers. Physical Therapy, yoga, massage and meditation are just a few practices which could help. Opioids aren't the only drugs people get hooked on though. If you're hooked on cocaine, heroin, Aderall, LSD, marijuana, meth, steroids or another drug, help is right around the corner. The first step is to seek out rehabs near you.
Sometimes the substance being abused is the food we eat. It's possibly, for example, to be addicted to caffeine, sugar, gluten, or processed foods. As a result, obesity, diabetes, and heart disease are the number one killers in the country. Rehabs can help you battle your food addiction before it's too late!
While substance abuse is the primary reason people seek rehab, other habits that have gotten out of control can also be successfully treated too. Gambling and pornography are some commonly treatable addictions although new technology based addictions ranging from video gaming to Facebooking can also be treated if it is impacting your life in a negative way.
Most rehabs accept Medicaid and insurance. See if the rehabs near you do. If you'd like to talk to a professional first, find a doctor who is board certified in Addiction Medicine. Whatever the case is, it doesn't hurt to seek out more information, such as from Rehabs Near Me. Don't hesitate. Help is available.