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What Causes Addiction?

Before you can overcome addiction, you must first understand what causes it. While the circumstances are unique for every individual, the two primary causes of addiction are genetics and the environment you grow up in. While it's impossible to say whether nature or nurture plays a bigger role, it's undeniable that they both contribute significantly.


The most commonly abused drug in the world is alcohol. While it is considered a "socially acceptable" drug, it is one of the most addictive and the most dangerous.

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Illicit Drugs

Cocaine, heroin, and opioids are easily accessible on the street and highly dangerous. More than half of illicit drug users begin with marijuana.

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Prescription Drugs

It's a common misconception that a doctor's prescription means that the drugs are safe. Opiods and benzos are highly addictive and more people are filling prescriptions for these drugs every year.

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What Are The Most Popular Types Of Treatment?

The stage and category of addiction will dictate which treatment type is the best fit for you. Almost all addictions require a detox, but deciding between inpatient and outpatient care is one of the most important decisions to be made on your path to sobriety.


Detox is a 7-10 day process of removing all traces of the addictive substance from your body. This is typically the first step in your road to recovery.

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Inpatient rehab offers the highest level of care, with daily access to nurses and mental health professionals, giving you the best chance of success. However, this level of treatment often comes with a hefty price tag.

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Outpatient rehab is less disruptive to your life as you will not be living at the facility, but offers many of the same counseling/treatment options as inpatient. You should only consider outpatient if you have a stable home life.

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