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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • A Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.16-0.19 BAC will ultimately in the following: Dysphoria, nausea. The individual will typically appear to be a "sloppy drunk."
  • Because of the effect that Vicodin has on the body, the risk of both physical and psychological dependence to the drug is extremely high.
  • Researchers have reported that in order for a person to consume enough marijuana to experience a fatal overdose, they would have to consume almost 40,000 times the amount of THC (the active ingredient in marijuana) required to intoxicate them. For example, if it took an individual 10 hits to become intoxicated, it would take 400,000 hits of marijuana to produce a fatal overdose.
  • Even though methadone is commonly used in treating heroin addiction, a large percentage of methadone patients end up needing treatment for methadone addiction.
  • Individuals who abuse Ativan often take these types of benzodiazepines to enhance the effects of alcohol.
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Specialized in Hiv/Aids Patients

It is not unusual for someone with HIV/AIDS to end up in an addiction rehabilitation center receiving help for serious addiction issues. Sometimes people who abuse drugs and alcohol are predisposed to such diseases because of certain circumstances which afflict the drug culture such as sharing dirty needles to inject drugs or participating in risky sexual behavior because of lowered sexual inhibitions caused by drug use. Persons with HIV/AIDS deserve effective rehabilitation just like any otherwise healthy addicted person. Drug and alcohol treatment centers that accept and cater to persons with HIV/AIDS provide specialized care to address any health issues that may come up in the course of treatment. This way, any physical barriers to rehabilitation are alleviated so that they can overcome their addiction and maintain a drug-free lifestyle.

Specialized in Hiv and Aids Patients category listings in Rock Hill, South Carolina:

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