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Most people that enter a New Hampshire drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility do so either for an alcohol-only addiction or alcohol dependency along with some other type of drug use. This is generally the case throughout the United States. After alcohol, cocaine, marijuana, heroin and opiates make up the lion share of those admitted into drug or alcohol in New Hampshire.

Cocaine is used pretty heavily in the state as is marijuana. Heroin and opiates are also a concern. Opiates are typically prescription drugs. They might include pain killers such as Vicodin or OxyContin. These drugs are prescribed by doctors to treat pain. Sometimes the people that become addicted to them start out innocently enough. They might actually have a condition that requires them to take them. However, for whatever reason, they find themselves unable to stop taking them, other individuals simply like the way that these drugs make them feel and so begin using them every chance that they get.

Drug and alcohol abuse continue to be an issue that plagues America. Despite the many anti-drug and alcohol initiatives, the misuse of these substances continues. Nevada drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers are treating individuals that are addicted to both drugs and alcohol in large numbers.

While drugs such as cocaine and heroin continue to be a problem responsible for a high number of admissions into New Hampshire drug rehabs, other substances are suddenly becoming quite problematic. Club drugs such as GHB, methamphetamines, high potency marijuana, OxyCntin and Xanax are just a small sample of drugs that are sweeping across the country and in states such as Nevada.

Because of this, New Hampshire drug rehab centers are being forced to treat an increased number of individuals from all walks of life. Drug addictions are not a respecter of persons. Anyone can become hooked on them and individuals from all backgrounds are doing just that, becoming addicted.

Alcohol abuse is another very crippling disease. Though use and perhaps even abuse has held pretty constant, fewer people are seeking help for this type of addiction. It doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist, or that it has declined enough that it no longer warrants discussion or action. However, for one reason or another, people are entering New Hampshire alcohol rehab less then they used to.

This is not the case for drug addiction. The number of individuals that are entering drug rehabilitation is increasing and has quite steadily for the last 15 years. Amongst these growing admissions to drug and alcohol rehab facilities in New Hampshire, methamphetamines, heroin, prescription drugs (especially pain killers and anti-anxiety meds), are responsible for a good percentage of these growing drug rehab admittances.

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