There are four major causes that can trigger you to become dependent on drugs and alcohol, and we specialize in treating all of them at Passages. The four causes of all drug and alcohol dependence are as follows:
If you are abusing drugs and alcohol, one or more of these four underlying causes is the reason why you are using. Our method is to address these underlying causes using one-on-one therapy and natural supplements, ensuring a successful treatment experience and an addiction free life.
Physicians often prescribe addictive drugs to patients suffering from depression, anxiety, insomnia or other psychiatric conditions caused by chemical imbalances in the brain. Although the doctor is trying to help the patient, some of the medications they prescribe have their own risk for abuse. For instance, physicians may prescribe benzodiazepine medications for anxiety, or amphetamine medications for attention deficit disorder. As a result, prescription drug abuse is an extremely common problem due to the addictive qualities of these drugs.
Many psychiatric problems that are caused by chemical imbalances require specialized training to correct. At Passages, we offer an unparalleled program of healing that focuses on natural supplements designed by our expert physicians. Rather than prescribe addictive drugs, we seek to go to the chemical imbalance and completely heal it.
Most Common Prescription Drug Addictions:
Our goal at Passages Ventura is to get clients off of addictive medications and start them on our specialized supplement program. Can you imagine being off of your addictive medication? We can, and that’s the goal we hold for you at Passages Ventura. Please call us today at (888) 926-3424 and let us explain our cutting edge prescription drug rehabilitation program to you in detail.
If you or your loved one is struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, call Passages Ventura today or click below to fill out our insurance benefits check form. All calls and benefit inquiries are completely secure and confidential.