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Southeast Florida Women’s Rehab offers alcohol and drug addiction treatment without giving our students prescription drugs. Many substance abuse programs, however, take a pharmaceutical treatment approach.
These substance abuse programs will give addicts pharmaceuticals to help them deal with the pain of withdrawal. Some other medications supposedly help keep people from relapsing after leaving their addiction recovery program. We take an alternate approach because we know how street drugs can interact with pharmaceuticals terribly. We prefer to change behaviors first and foremost. As an addiction treatment center, our Christian substance abuse program also highlights the importance of following God’s word when times get challenging. We believe this approach gives our students the highest chance of staying sober because prescription drugs sometimes interact negatively with street drugs.
Pharmaceuticals are often specifically designed to relieve symptoms of one specific problem, such as depression or anxiety, but they can cause other problems when mixed with other drugs.
Many prescription drugs will specifically say that you shouldn’t mix them with alcohol, but they may not indicate how they interact with street drugs. Below are the common prescriptions drugs and how they interact with drugs that might be in a substance abuser’s system in the first few days of addiction recovery.
Antidepressants help keep people positive and up when they struggle with depression. When mixed with alcohol or illegal drugs that act as depressants, users can suffer from the following side effects:
- Worsening depression
- Heightened blood pressure
- Difficulty thinking
Antidepressants mixed with stimulants and uppers can increase the risk of severe depression and suicidal thoughts.
Antipsychotics regulate neurotransmitters to ensure people with mood disorders get the right amount of dopamine, noradrenaline, and serotonin. Sometimes these drugs act to sedate the person taking them. Mixing these drugs with alcohol can have serious repercussions.
- Increasing psychotic symptoms
- Heavy sedation
- Long-term damage to mental health
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