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Am I addicted or do I just have a habit?

Many people conflate the terms 'habit' and 'addiction.' Although they may appear similar, addiction and habits are not exactly the same. For instance, biting your nails is a habit. You may bite your fingernails every day, but you could stop biting your nails without suffering any drastic effects. Lots of people quit biting their nails without the need for luxury treatment centers in Orange County. Addiction, like asthma, high blood pressure, or diabetes, is an actual physical condition that is chronic and incurable. Today, the American Psychiatric Association encourages people to use the more correct term, 'substance use disorder,' when referring to physical dependence on certain types of drugs. When a person is addicted to drugs or drinking, their brain changes in a way that makes it nearly impossible to stop using without medical help and compassionate counseling. If you take drugs and can't stop on your own, rehab can help you get sober and well again.

How did I get addicted?

Scientists now understand that some people have brains that are 'wired' in a way that makes them susceptible to addiction. If your parents or other close relatives are addicts, your chances of becoming addicted increase exponentially. Of course, the substances you dally with also have a great deal to do with whether or not you will develop an addiction. Opiate pain medications, for instance, can lead to physical dependence within a very short period of time. If your doctor prescribed strong pain medication such as OxyContin or Vicodin after you were injured, and now you can't stop taking them without feeling sick, please speak with someone at one of the luxury treatment centers in Orange County today.

Why is it so hard to kick an opiate addiction?

When humans take opiate drugs such as OxyContin, the drug acts on specific areas of the brain. Mood, emotion, sensations of reward, and response to pain are controlled by these brain areas. When an external drug meets these brain areas, they produce an overabundance of feel-good chemicals called endorphins. At first, this may feel good. After all, most people wouldn't try something twice if it didn't feel pleasurable. The trouble with opiates is that once the brain gets used to them, it stops making its own natural endorphins. It doesn't take long for the brain to 'demand' the presence of opiates in order to feel normal. In substance use disorder, the desire for opiates outweighs the desire for practically everything else. With time, more and more of the addictive substance is required to feel the same effects that used to be obtained with far less. Once the brain and body are addicted, a lack of opiates causes severe physical and emotional distress. The best way out of addiction is to walk through the doors of a licensed luxury treatment center in Orange County or wherever you are. Dana Point Rehab Campus accepts most forms of insurance. For additional information, please call 1-877-349-2391

Luxury Treatment Centers Orange County
Dana Point Rehab Campus – Drug and Alcohol Rehab Orange County
33861 Granada Dr, Dana Point, CA 92629

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  • “Coming to DPRC was one of the best decisions I have made in my life.”

    Mark H.
  • “I am proud of both myself and the friendly CRC staff for helping me get my wings back! Thank you, I will never forget how selfless and kind you all were in helping me throughout my journey!”

    Cale M.
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  • “This place helped me start to find the cause of my addiction and managed to sincerely save me from myself while providing me the training and skills needed to combat this in the future.”

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  • “I was a difficult client but received the individual attention you promised. The Psychologist on staff was a great help to me. I received the care I was promised and have much hope for the future. I would recommend Dana Point Rehab Campus to anyone.”

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