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    Drug and alcohol addiction is a major crisis issue in the United States today.  The problem is a lot worse than most people think it is, partially because it has not earned commensurate media coverage given the gravity of the situation.  But the problem is a very real one, and it demands address and attention now more so than ever before.  When it comes to drugs and alcohol, many institutions including the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration have all come together and labeled drug and alcohol addiction as a full-on epidemic.  This is the first time in the nation that the addiction problem has advanced in severity to an epidemic.

    For some of the facts and statistics that show just how severe this problem is just as it pertains to prescription drugs (the fastest growing drug problem in the United States):

    • Over 60 million prescriptions were written by American doctors for Valium and other similar acting tranquilizers.  That is just one class of drug! Many people do not consider the legal drugs like alcohol, and mood altering prescription drugs to be a safety risk.  But the problem is, they are the biggest safety risk there is when it comes to addiction and substance abuse.  When used as directed, most of these drugs are safe, to a degree. Obviously, a totally drug-free life is more ideal and more wanted.  However, when tranquilizers such as Valium, Soma, or Xanax are mixed with even small amounts of alcohol, the synergistic effect quickly becomes dangerous and in fact lethal in some cases. In 2005 for example, 1.8 million Americans abused tranquilizers of one brand or another.
    • There was a no less than a 300% jump in employees testing positive for prescription narcotics from 2005-2009. They tested positive whether they were prescribed them or not. A November 18, 2010, report by Quest Diagnostics also found that post-accident drug tests are no less than a full four-times more likely to find narcotics than pre-employment drug tests are, (the percentages are about 3.7% vs. 0.78%). Vicodin is the most frequently found narcotic prescription drug of abuse by far, but there are many other common ones too.

    Addressing Drug and Alcohol Addiction with Individual Drug Rehab Centers

    As the drug and alcohol addiction problem has grown, so has grown a need to address it and actually do something about it.  Enter in inpatient, residential, drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment centers, detox facilities, rehabilitation programs, and recovery organizations.  Without a doubt, these programs and these approaches take the cake when it comes to beating addiction and getting a life back.

    Even better, individual drug rehab centers do a world of good for those who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.  When it comes to drug and alcohol addiction, it could be awhile before anyone is able to find a recovery and a new life after struggling with drug and alcohol addiction for some time.  This is often why a lot of people need an individual drug rehab center.  An individual drug rehab center has a very one on one focus and a very unique and pleasant approach to addiction treatment.  Centers like these treat people like people and they really help people win against drug and alcohol addiction and win fast too.  These programs are results based, evidence based, open-ended, and they guarantee a lifetime of recovery.

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    CBT is a broad term which is meant to identify a class of therapeutic techniques which address the individual’s thoughts, behaviors and actions to life. It encompasses a large number of different therapies including Rational Behavior Therapy, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, Rational Living Therapy and a number of others.

    One of the primary benefits of CBT is the fact that it is flexible and adapted to the individual. The one-on-one therapy allows for the program to be modified to the individual’s specific needs. Since no two people are the same, this is a fantastic advantage to getting the right help.

    There are a number of benefits to CBT. The high success rates come from helping the addict understand the underlying cause to why they turned to alcohol or drugs; and how to successfully not feel that urge to resort back to those bad habits.

    There are two different components – functional analysis and skills training. The functional analysis focuses on identifying feelings, thoughts and circumstances related to the abuse of drugs and alcohol. The skills training portion means that the patient begins “unlearning” the destructive behavior.

    While intensive at first, CBT ends at a specific point. It is merely a part of the encompassing treatment protocol. However, the results and knowledge gained with CBT is something that individuals will rely on forever.

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