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Prescription Drug Addiction Resource Guide


Written by Chloe Nicosia

Prescription drug abuse has become a big problem in our lives. Many people have become addicted to prescription drugs for a variety of reasons.

The most noticeable indication of a prescription drug addiction is that the patient will begin to need more drugs, or continue to use them when they should have been off then. A tolerance for the drug will build up after long term use, creating the need for more prescription medication. Someone who is addicted to prescription drugs may suffer from dangerous withdrawals if the prescription is suddenly unavailable.

To learn more about the problems associated with prescription drug abuse, please review the following information.


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