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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • During 2010, the average age of first non-medical use of prescription tranquilizers in the U.S. was 24.6 years.
  • Heroin produces effects including slowed and slurred speech, slow gait, constricted pupils, droopy eyelids, impaired night vision, vomiting and constipation.
  • Health care costs for children of alcoholics are 32% more than for children whose parent or parents are not alcoholics.
  • GHB and its analogues are commonly used by individuals who believe that the substance can to increase sexual prowess, suggestibility, and passivity, which puts these users at risk of sexual attacks and various other forms of illegal criminal activity.
  • Individuals who start drinking alcohol before the age of 15 are twice as likely to develop an abuse problem and four times as likely to develop alcoholism, versus those who wait to drink when they are 21.
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Hospital Inpatient Programs

Hospital inpatient drug rehabilitation is done in a hospital or similar setting and is overseen by doctors and other medical staff. Hospital inpatient treatment is often necessary in the beginning stages of abstinence when the person may encounter the onset of life threatening withdrawal symptoms, which is sometimes the case when quitting alcohol as well as a category of prescription drugs known as benzodiazepines which should be supervised very carefully by medical professionals in case of any complications. Hospital inpatient treatment is also administered to individuals who choose to undergo medication assisted withdrawal, as is the case with opiate addicted individuals who wish to use this type of detox technique to avoid the harsh withdrawal symptoms associated with heroin or other opiate withdrawal. This type of opiate detox is not considered full rehabilitation and these individuals will require additional counseling and therapy to completely recover from addiction.

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