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Overcome Addiction from Oregon City, OR

O Oregon City, Oregon is the county seat of Clackamas County and has a population of nearly 32,000 residents. It is located along the Willamette River and the southern limits of the Portland metro area.

It was the first US city west of the Rocky Mountains to be incorporated in 1844. Oregon City, OR has numerous museums and historical buildings, including the Museum of the Oregon Territory and the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.

The disease of addiction has infiltrated and destroyed lives in all corners of the country and no area is immune, not even Oregon City. Addiction is a disease and requires professional treatment to overcome its deadly symptoms. If you or someone you love suffers from addiction, give us a call today at (866)578-7471.

Prevalence of Addiction and Who is at Risk?

One in every ten American adults suffers from addiction, according to the Centers for Disease Control, or CDC. With such a large percentage of people in the US experiencing problems with substance abuse, it is no wonder that the leading cause of preventable, accidental deaths is now drug overdose.

Addiction is classified as a mental illness by the medical community. It is characterized by compulsive drug seeking and consumption, loss of control over using, continuing to use despite negative circumstances, and other distressing symptoms. The neural networks affects by the substance becomes increasingly altered the longer and more the person uses and recovery becomes more difficult.

There is a huge number of people in this country suffering from this progressive and deadly disease. Unfortunately, the majority of them do not receive the help necessary to overcome using. While actively using, few people think to ask for help due to the severity of distorted thinking and denial experienced. If you know someone who struggles to control his or her using, consider staging an intervention before tragedy strikes.

There is no exact formula for predicting who will become addicted and who will not. There are some accepted risk factors, which include family history of addiction, lack of family involvement, peer pressure, existence of another mental illness (depression, anxiety, bi-polar, or other), and other contributing aspects. If you are being exposed to addictive substances on a regular basis, such as by taking prescription pain medication, you are also considered to be at high risk.

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