For many individuals addicted to painkillers and other prescription drugs, the hardest part is coming to grips with the fact that they have a problem at all. In fact, denial that there is a problem is one of the biggest roadblocks in seeking help.
Here are some important questions to ask yourself about your prescription drug use. If you answer “yes” to one or more of these questions, it is time to stop denying that you have a problem and start to consider getting help.
Questions about your use of prescription medication.
So remember, if you answered yes to any of these questions, you may indeed be addicted to prescription drugs and should seek out professional help immediately and call us on 0845 467 0612 or email us. If you suspect that someone you know may be misusing prescription medication, find a way to see if any of the questions above hold true for them as well. Many individuals who have a drug addiction to prescription meds will never admit they have a problem or seek out help on their own. That is why it is so important for friends and family understand how to identify whether or not a problem exists, and then take an active role getting them help.
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