Prescription Drug dependency is illicit and defines a chronic state of drug usage where mind and body prefer the pleasure of tranquilizers or drugs that further causes physical dependency. Despite knowing the hazardous consequences of drug dependency, an addictive person consumes prescribed drugs at a rapid rate to sooth down body and mind and this results in psychological dependency. As a repeatable and pleasurable experience, toxins get enriched in the body and lead to severe side- effects.
Prescription Drug Treatment hinders an addictive person’s decision making ability and causes impulsiveness in him. Over a period of time, Drug Dependency affects central nervous system that leads to serious mental and physical illness.
- Low blood pressure and unsteady breathing count
- Drowsiness and irritability
- Sudden weight loss and improper appetite
- Poor concentration and delusions
- Dizziness, impulsive behaviour and restlessness
- Constipation, confusion and agitation
- Rapid movement of eyeballs and deformed body language
- Numbness in body parts and insomnia
- Anxiety and low energy
- Hostility and bad mood swings
- Consuming higher dosages than the prescribed limit
Prescription drug addictive people embark on a journey to recover from turbulent emotional times and physical illness at Mind Plus (rehabilitation centre). Psychologists and counsellors provide intensive treatment by evaluating the type, duration and stage of drug dependency among addictive people.
Prescription drug treatment is aimed at building up self- esteem and motivating the addictive person to get rid of drug dependency. Positive attitudes are the outcomes of regular therapy sessions and individual counselling programs. With encouragement, sufferers give up drug dependency and choose a happy life away from illegal drugs.
Family support and care also feed the confidence of a sufferer while under treatment. Counsellors’ advice to families is to help making the addictive person stress-free during intensive drug dependency sessions.