Heroin Sky Rocketing
It seems that heroin abuse is getting more attention these days. It’s suspected that the demand for the drug is coming from people who are addicted to prescription pain pills. Health Officials and drug experts have started noticing that heroin use has been exploding as states crack down on “pill mills,” which get people addicted to Oxycontin and other pain killers even when they don’t have a medical need for them.
The reason may come down to basic economics: Illegally obtained pain killers have become more expensive to purchase on the streets, and much harder to get. Difficulty in locating and purchasing heroin has convenient become decreased, making it much easier to find this lethal drug than ever before. Looking at the facts of this situation, it’s no wonder there has been an increase in the demand of heroin. Sadly enough, more and more people are losing their lives over their substance dependency, but it doesn’t have to remain this way. Having treatment centers available make it easier to obtain sobriety. It comes down to you want to admit you are having a difficult time managing your life, because there is an undying urge to get high or intoxicated. For information on how to get help, check out: www.seabrook.org. We offer a lot of services that can fit anyone’s needs.