Addiction Recovery


Whether you’re looking for drug addiction treatment for yourself or for a loved one, Primary Medicine of North Texas – the most dedicated of addiction treatment centers – is here for you.

Often the hardest part of any addiction is realizing you have a problem in the first place. A good place to start with is to as yourself how your drug seeking behavior impacts your daily life.

When To Seek Drug Addiction Treatment

Addictions of any kind are complex illnesses, with farflung, long-term consequences for both the patient and their loved ones.

If any of the following are applicable to you or your loved on, it’s time to seek drug addiction help:

  • Are there serious consequences to anything related to your drug addiction?
  • Have your loved ones expressed concerns?
  • Have your drug/alcohol/addiction abuse led to issues concerns raised at your work or school?
  • Has your overall health changed, or your appetite, moods or sleeping patterns changed?
  • Have you realized that you simply cannot be without your chosen drug at any time?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, it’s definitely the time to seek addiction help from a qualified professional at a drug addiction treatment center.

About Drug Addiction and Abuse of Alcohol

When you do more than just occasionally try out a substance, or find you need ever larger quantities of a substance to get the same high, have intense needs for alcohol or a drug, or find yourself planning your life around alcohol or drugs, it’s a clear sign of addiction.

Addiction recovery is tough on your own, as addiction is a powerful, mind-gripping disorder. Developing a substance dependence on drugs such as heroin, methamphetamine (crystal meth), marijuana, cocaine, prescription medications and others can take a toll on your health, relationships and mindset.

Deciding you want to stop and change your life is difficult, but we are here for you, to help guide you on your addiction recovery journey. We have been providing drug addiction help and addiction recovery for over a decade, helping you to move on from and end your dangerous dependence on substances or alcohol, and get your life going in the right direction.

How Substance Addiction or Alcoholism Looks

Clearly recognizing the symptoms of drug abuse or alcoholism can be difficult, as symptoms can take many forms, according to the specific substance being abused. Whether you’re wondering about yourself or a loved one, you can generally tell by the following signs or behaviors:

  • Feeling an increasing need or overwhelming desire to use the drug or alcoholic drink,
  • Finding more quantities of either (or both) are needed to get the same high or feel the same effects,
  • Missing deadlines, and failing to meet other important work-related or personal obligation,
  • Engaging in non-typical behaviors, including lying (often compulsively), stealing, driving whiel inebirated, secual behaviors, etc,
  • Spending a distorted or exaggerated amount of time, energy and money in order to find the drug or alcohol you need.

When you’re dependent on a substance or alcohol, you may try to stop using or drinking and find yourself unsuccessful – which will then spark a relapse, and continue the cycle of abuse.

During your attempt at recovery, you’ll also likey experience withdrawal symptoms, which are often highly unpleasant and must be managed by a skilled professional. These withdrawal symptoms may include any or all of the following:

  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Fatigue
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Heart palpitations
  • Muscle pain
  • Hypertension
  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Concentration issues
  • Anxiety

And more. It’s also highly common for drug addiction or alcoholism to co-occur – go hand in hand – with other mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other mood disorders. As such, a mental health disorder will often exacerbate, or even rigger substance or alcohol abuse – which will then trigger further mental health issues, creating a complete cycle of self-destruction.

Seeking Alcohol Abuse and Drug Addiction Help

Without proper addiction help, you may find it difficult to function every day – holding down a job or relationship and living in an independent, self-guided way.

Primary Medicine of North Texas functions as a drug addiction treatment center for addiction help, helping patients to end their destructive cycles of drug and alcohol abuse. We do this by giving you the support you need for a long lasting, healthy recovery.

Our expert patients will help you to discover and work through the issues underlying your addiction, using both individual and group therapy, among other methods, giving you the tools and skills you need to break the addiction cycle and stay sober.

Through detox programs, prevention groups and more, we will help you or your loved on stay dedicated to a new, sober lifestyle. Additionally, we recognize the importance of ongoing support and care during and after treatment, and will be there for you at every step of the way during your addiction recovery.

Primary Medicine of Sherman
140 West Lamberth Road, Suite C
Sherman, TX 75092
Phone: 903-251-9040
Fax: (903) 813-0953
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