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Union City Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

Union City, New Jersey, like most of the country, is suffering from a substance abuse crisis. About 14% of all addiction treatment admissions in Union City in 2015 were for marijuana as the primary drug.1 It is a common misconception that marijuana is less harmful than many other substances; it can still cause serious side effects in those who abuse it, and in New Jersey, it is still considered a Schedule I substance.2

Marijuana abuse can cause a number of dangerous effects, such as:3

  • Hallucinations, delusions, and potential psychosis.
  • Memory lapses.
  • Impaired brain development in adolescents.
  • Breathing issues, including coughing and lung infection.
  • Rapid heart rate.
  • Worsening schizophrenia symptoms.

In addition, the use of marijuana, like other drugs, can lead to dependence. Some of the most common withdrawal symptoms associated with marijuana dependence are:4

  • Insomnia or trouble sleeping.
  • Strong cravings for the drug.
  • Decreased appetite.
  • Anger and irritability.
  • Depression.

Chronic marijuana abuse can ultimately lead to addiction, which is characterized by compulsive use regardless of consequences. If you or someone you love is struggling with a marijuana addiction, you can find rehab centers in Union City or nearby that will help you deal with issues related to marijuana abuse.

Sources:

  1. NJ Human Services Department. (2015). Substance Abuse Overview Hudson County.
  2. NJ Department of Law & Public Safety. (2018). Division of Consumer Affairs to Hold Public Events on Classification of Marijuana as a Controlled Substance in New Jersey.
  3. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). Drug Facts: Marijuana.
  4. National Center for Biotechnology Information. (2007). Marijuana Dependence and Its Treatment.
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    Locating Union City Rehabilitation Services Union City, New Jersey - one of the most densely populated cities in the US - had a population of 66,455 as of 2010, all situated within 1.283 square miles. While population size may or may not point to higher drug addiction rates, Union City treatment centers are available to help those who want to recover from the grip of addiction. The recovery process may be challenging, but you can locate the help and support you'll need to get through this process. Things to Discuss Before Going to a Treatment Program Part of a successful recovery program involves understanding the purpose of the process that takes place within an addiction treatment facility. Breaking the cycle of addiction is first and foremost, which is one of the primary objectives carried out inside a treatment program. Eliminating the drug from your system is just part of breaking the addiction cycle, though an essential part.

    Once your body is free of any drug or alcohol effects, you can actually start to heal from the damaging effects of the drug and address the emotional issues that feed the addiction cycle.

    Overdose Rates for Opiate Abuse

    The number of people overdosing on opiates, such as morphine, opium and a host of prescription drugs, continues to be a cause for concern with so many overdose victims actually dying from the drugs. A 2008 report compiled by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention reveals the outcome rates for people affected by opiate overdose.

    • 36,450 deaths resulted for overdoses
    • 20,044 deaths resulted from prescription drug overdoses
    • 73.8 percent of the 20,044 deaths resulted from opioid pain relievers
    • Between the years 1999 and 2008, there were significant increases in the sales of opiate drugs as well as in the number of people entering substance abuse treatment
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    As soon as you enter a Union City drug rehab center, you've put yourself in the best possible position to beat the addiction cycle. Treatment professionals specialize in creating a safe environment where people can address the emotional challenges that come with the recovery process. As much as possible, rehab specialists will attempt to include any friends and family that can help you steer clear of the people and situations that trigger drug use. The recovery process also provides healthy coping skills for dealing with negative thought processes and handling difficult interactions in everyday life.

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