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Schaumburg Drug Statistics and Benefits of Inpatient Treatment

Unfortunately, when comparing Schaumburg to other cities, residents are much more likely to abuse illegal drugs, excluding marijuana. One of the more readily available drugs in Schaumburg is heroin. When treatment patients were asked about their drug of choice, heroin was most commonly given as an answer. Still topping heroin, however, marijuana is the most commonly abused drug. About 16 percent of Schaumburgers admit to using some type of illicit drug in the past year; this is about two percent more than the national average. Painkillers are another type of drug commonly abused in Schaumburg. From 2006 to 2007, abuse of painkillers increased by more than three percent. When it comes to emergency room admissions, cocaine accounts for more than half of all drug related incidences. In fact, 47 percent of Schaumburgers admitted into the hospital for drug-related circumstances had cocaine in their system. Coming in close behind them, though, was opioids at 46 percent. About 1.5 percent of deaths that take place in Schaumburg are believed to be caused by unintentional overdosing. Receiving Treatment There are three basic ways to quit abusing drugs and/or alcohol:
  • Cold turkey
  • Inpatient rehab
  • Outpatient services
Never should a person try to quit cold turkey; this can result in a person going through unnecessary withdrawal symptoms, and in some cases, it can even lead to death. Outpatient services do have their advantages; however, when compared to inpatient rehab, outpatient treatment is not nearly as effective. Let’s take a close look at the benefits of inpatient rehab: 24/7 Support 24/7 support is essential in helping a person to recover from an alcohol and/or drug addiction; this is especially true during the first few weeks of treatment. Because of this, if a person has the ability to, it is always best to stay in an inpatient rehab program for at least 28 days. For many people, the 24/7 support makes all the difference in being able to get clean and stay clean. No Negative Influences Most inpatient rehab programs limit the number of phone calls patients can make every week. Much of the time, the calls are even monitored. Because of this, there is little likelihood that patients will receive any type of negative influence while completing their treatment program. Therapy Options When taking part in inpatient treatment, patients are provided a wide array of therapy options. From one-on-one counseling to peer support therapy groups, there is something for everyone. Some treatment centers even offer:
  • Yoga therapy
  • Massage therapy
  • Exercise
  • Meditation
No Access to Drugs and/or Alcohol Since inpatient patients are required to stay at their treatment facilities at all times, this means they will have absolutely no access to drugs and/or alcohol. This makes it much easier to stay clean during the early parts of recovery, which is essential in being able to build a strong foundation for future sobriety. Recovery from an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol is completely possible. To help improve one’s chances of achieving and maintaining sobriety, it is always best to enter into an inpatient rehab program.
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