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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • An Ambien overdose can cause the user to become extremely confused; additionally, combining alcohol with the drug can greatly increase many of the medication's side effects.
  • As of 2003 it was estimated that 4% of high school seniors and 2.5% of junior high school students said they had tried crack at least once.
  • Because prescription drug seekers frequent open houses to steal drugs, homeowners should be storing their prescription drugs in a location where they cannot be accessed by those seeking to steal them.
  • A popular amphetamine known as "Speed" is injected intravenously because the "high" is more rapid and intense than when the drug is taken orally.
  • As of 2010 nearly 3 million Americans aged 12 or older reported using an illicit drug for the first time within the past 12 months, which is an average of about 8,100 initiates per day.
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Hospital Inpatient Programs

Hospital inpatient drug rehabilitation is done in a hospital 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 experience the onset of medically dangerous withdrawal symptoms, which is sometimes true 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 delivered to those who choose to undergo medication assisted withdrawal, as is the case with individuals who are addicted to opiates and wish to use this type of detoxification approach 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 further counseling and therapy to entirely recover from addiction.

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