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Heroin addiction

Heroin is a dangerously addictive opioid and one of the deadliest drugs in the world. While any single use might have the potential to kill someone, compulsive heroin use can exact its own devastating toll on a person’s mental and physical health.

Nearly 917,000 people in the United States in 2017, ages 12 and older, reported using heroin in the past year. Even so, outside of the medical and treatment communities, many aren’t fully educated on its effects on the mind and body or how to properly help someone who is struggling with heroin addiction.

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This site is designed to shed light on the nature of heroin addiction, the processes of detoxification and withdrawal, drug treatment options and what aftercare means for continuing a life heroin-free. If you or someone you love is suffering from addiction, the life-saving information you need may be found within these pages.

For many people, recovery from heroin addiction begins with detoxification, the process of cleansing the body of the harmful toxins found abused substances. Depending on the level of a person’s physical dependence, acute heroin withdrawal symptoms may be experienced during detox. Although heroin withdrawal can be painful and difficult to endure, it is not generally life-threatening. Some of the more common withdrawal symptoms include anxiety, sleeplessness, chills, sweats, muscle aches and pains, and gastrointestinal distress. Because of the distress of such symptoms, a person struggling to quit can find themselves using again and further cement the compulsive drug patterns of addiction.

Though it can be difficult to break the cycle of addiction, recovery is possible. Every day, thousands of people enter into rehabilitation programs and enlist the help of professionals to help treat substance abuse and find freedom from addiction.

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