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Most Common Addictions

Here is our list of the most common addiction here in the United States

Most Common Addictions

While many substances can be addictive, there are those that are commonly used throughout the country and sometimes even the world. Here is our list of the most common addiction here in the US.

  • Tobacco: Over 40 million people are tobacco users in the United States. The highly addictive nicotine is legal here but claims more lives than any other illegal substance.
  • Alcohol: 18 million people are considered alcoholics. This substance, just like tobacco, is legal, and can see health deterioration or even claim lives drunk driving.
  • Marijuana: This substance is still working its way through the legal system but is legal in some states, though not on a federal level just yet. Rates of marijuana addiction have been increasing, most likely due to the increased potency over the years.
  • Painkillers: 1.8 million people are addicted to painkillers here with the most popular being Vicodin, Oxycotin, and codeine. Most users are prescribed these substances but do not realize they are developing a problem.
  • Cocaine: 821,000 people are cocaine users, though that number is slowly declining.
  • Heroin: Heroin has over 426,000 users currently and has severe withdrawal symptoms, making it hard to quit. Heroin abuse is a trend that has been on the rise here in the United States with many of the users being women.
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What You Can Do About Your Addiction

Just because your drug of choice is hard to quit does not mean it is impossible. Many people who enter treatment are worried whether it is something for them and with good reason. 

Quitting on your own may not and typically does not yield the best results. It takes a team of highly skilled professionals to get the job done. 

At Addiction Recovery Now, we believe in individualized treatment plans that suit your exact needs. Our healthcare professionals make your recovery their priority. Whether you decide to take the inpatient or outpatient route, you can rest assure that your well-being comes first. With a mixture of modern treatments and holistic healthcare, there is something for everyone.

Addiction is the problem and Addiction Recovery Now is the solution. Give us a call now to start your journey to a healthier, happier you. Your new life begins the moment you pick up the phone.

Most Common Addictions

While many substances can be addictive, there are those that are commonly used throughout the country and sometimes even the world. Here is our list of the most common addiction here in the US.

  • Tobacco: Over 40 million people are tobacco users in the United States. The highly addictive nicotine is legal here but claims more lives than any other illegal substance.
  • Alcohol: 18 million people are considered alcoholics. This substance, just like tobacco, is legal, and can see health deterioration or even claim lives drunk driving.
  • Marijuana: This substance is still working its way through the legal system but is legal in some states, though not on a federal level just yet. Rates of marijuana addiction have been increasing, most likely due to the increased potency over the years.
  • Painkillers: 1.8 million people are addicted to painkillers here with the most popular being Vicodin, Oxycotin, and codeine. Most users are prescribed these substances but do not realize they are developing a problem.
  • Cocaine: 821,000 people are cocaine users, though that number is slowly declining.
  • Heroin: Heroin has over 426,000 users currently and has severe withdrawal symptoms, making it hard to quit. Heroin abuse is a trend that has been on the rise here in the United States with many of the users being women.
Ready to get help?
Call now to be connected with a compassionate treatment specialist.
Call us now (24/7)
(888) 642-9705

What You Can Do About Your Addiction

Just because your drug of choice is hard to quit does not mean it is impossible. Many people who enter treatment are worried whether it is something for them and with good reason. 

Quitting on your own may not and typically does not yield the best results. It takes a team of highly skilled professionals to get the job done. 

At Addiction Recovery Now, we believe in individualized treatment plans that suit your exact needs. Our healthcare professionals make your recovery their priority. Whether you decide to take the inpatient or outpatient route, you can rest assure that your well-being comes first. With a mixture of modern treatments and holistic healthcare, there is something for everyone.

Addiction is the problem and Addiction Recovery Now is the solution. Give us a call now to start your journey to a healthier, happier you. Your new life begins the moment you pick up the phone.

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