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Over-the-Counter Drug Abuse

Medication abuse and OTC medication abuse is a common problem especially among teenagers and adolescents. Individuals abuse over-the-counter medications when they use the medication in an excessive amount, repeatedly or for any reason in which the medication is not meant to be used. Trends in teen medication abuse have been on the rise and the number of teens who have died, overdosed or committed crimes while intoxicated on over-the-counter medications has increased drastically over the past few years.

Drug rehab centers can assist individuals and teens who abuse medications. The most commonly abused over-the-counter medications are stimulants, antihistamines, decongestants, weight loss supplements and sleep aids. Medication abuse is a dangerous addiction that can be deadly when left untreated. Drug rehab centers that treat medication abuse will usually employ medical staff such as doctors or nurses that can assist with withdrawals associated with detoxification from over-the-counter medications.

If you or someone you know is abusing over-the-counter medications and needs help to stop, contact one of the local drug rehab centers in your area to learn how to get help for medication abuse and drug addiction. Treatment is available for all types of medication abuse and under the care of specialists at drug rehab centers, individuals who suffer from medication abuse can learn to live without using these over-the-counter medications.

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