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We are Affordable Rehab of Abilene (call (512) 501-1514), a private referral network assisting people who need treatment for drug addiction from all over the continental United States.
Our mission is to provide orientation about addiction treatment and placement of individuals who would like private treatment care depending on their clinical needs and qualifications.
Our goal is to become your one source for recovery and treatment issues. We are in the process of establishing a network of treatment facilities, qualifying the best and most appropriate treatment programs out there in order to provide patients with the highest quality of healthcare available. We also aspire to educate our callers about addiction, treatment, and recovery. We want to offer hope.
Affordable Rehab of Abilene (call (512) 501-1514) was conceived after years of experience within the addiction treatment field as the solution for Private Treatment referrals. We are proposing a new brand of healthcare within our field. Our organization is formed by caring individuals who understand the dramatic reality of the disease and the difficulty of finding good treatment in our country. Some of our staff are actually in Recovery and have lived the nightmare of addiction. We formed Affordable Rehab of Abilene (call (512) 501-1514) when we realized that many people face issues around addiction every day and have no idea where to go for help.
The majority of people suffering from prescription drug abuse started using pain relieving medications after a legitimate prescription was written for them by their physician in order to treat chronic pain. But, because the body eventually begins to tolerate most medications over time, often, the patient would increase their dosage in order to feel the same effects.
Prescription drug abuse and addiction is a common occurrence with the following medications:
All of these prescription drugs are physically and emotionally addictive and should be treated with great respect. These medications need to be used as prescribed in order to avoid prescription drug abuse or addiction.
Research and development on creating heroine vaccines is being conducted by The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI). It has done the initial experimentation on rats and now the vaccines are ready to be tested on human beings.
Heroin breaks down rapidly when it enters the bloodstream and then metabolizes with another compound known as 6-acetylmorphine before entering the brain. This process has made it challenging for the scientists at TSRI to create an effective vaccination against heroin.
The heroin vaccine being developed is able to keep heroin out of the brain. This creates hope because it not only targets heroin in the bloodstream but also its psychoactive breakdown of products and the compound it metabolizes into. This includes the 6-acetylmorphine and morphine which is one of the biggest reason heroin is so addicting.
Methamphetamine, commonly known as Meth is a powerful synthetic stimulant. Meth addiction is the repetitive use of Meth. It gives a quick high, making a person feel energetic and positive for a few minutes. It is a bitter tasting, odorless crystalline powder. It is classified as a Schedule 2 drug. This means that it is classified as a highly addictive drug having serious physical and psychological implications.
Meth Addiction is not easy to get rid of as it contains substances like drain cleaners, antifreeze, rat poison, battery acid and kerosene. Imagine if this mixture enters you body, what innumerable harmful effects it will have. Some other names of this drug are speed, chalk, ice, crank and glass.