Addiction to illicit and prescription drugs is on the rise in the U.S., and the statistics are startling. It is estimated that nearly four million people in the country are dependent on drugs, but there is no truly accurate way of assessing the number. Many addicts don’t identify as such, don’t seek treatment that can help them, or wrongly believe that because they are using prescription drugs they can’t really be addicts. This number of addicts in the U.S. could be reduced if more individuals would seek an inpatient addiction treatment facility and regain their health and sobriety.
After making the decision to quit, entering treatment in an inpatient addiction treatment facility is the best way to deal with a life-crippling addiction. A rehab facility is a safe place to break free of addiction and learn how to live a healthy, happy, drug-free life. But what are the benefits of staying in an inpatient facility?