Hydrocodone effects lead you to addiction. Once addiction takes hold, the drug's effects ruin your life. Take these signals of pain and chaos seriously and get the rehab help you need. After rehab, you gain a better life with a real chance for balance and stability.\r\nWhy People Seek Hydrocodone Effects\r\nOver 140 million people seek the hydrocodone effects each year. Doctors prescribe the drug for pain management and to relieve coughing. Few of these patients suspect they will find themselves addicted to their medication. Far too many find themselves needing help for hydrocodone abuse.\r\n\r\nOther people buy hydrocodone products illegally on the street. They enjoy the pleasing hydrocodone effects. Many of these people need help for addiction. Still, others need dual diagnosis treatment after using the drug for self-medication of symptoms of mental illness.\r\nHydrocodone Problems\r\nHydrocodone acts similarly to morphine and heroin. All of these opioids bring calm and a euphoric state to people using them. Does a doctor prescribe hydrocodone for you? If so, you can become addicted in as little as two weeks even with proper use of the drug.\r\n\r\nHydrocodone abuse is deadly for many people each year, due to some of the hydrocodone side effects. The drug slows your breathing, making combining it with other substances hazardous. Alcohol and benzos also suppress your breathing, so using those with hydrocodone easily causes respiratory failure.\r\n\r\nSome hydrocodone pills also contain acetaminophen. This added painkiller causes permanent liver damage when taken in large doses. Treatment does not help fatal liver damage. So if you abuse hydrocodone with acetaminophen, your use creates a ticking time bomb toward potential death.\r\nHydrocodone Addiction and Mental Illness\r\nPeople with mental illness often self-medicate that condition by abusing drugs or alcohol. They do not purposefully do this. At first, using hydrocodone provides them with a sense of normalcy. Later they need more and more of the drug for the same effects, leading them into addiction.\r\n\r\nCommon mental illnesses paired with addiction as dual diagnosis disorders include anxiety, depression, and PTSD. They also include bipolar disorder, ADHD, OCD, and schizophrenia.\r\n12 Step and Non-12 Step Approaches for Hydrocodone Addiction\r\nWhether you want a 12 step recovery program or an alternative to 12 steps, help for your hydrocodone addiction exists. You also can get help for your co-occurring mental illness at the same time. A quality facility offers:\r\n\r\n \tIndividualized care\r\n \t12 step or 12 step alternative programs\r\n \tGroup therapy\r\n \tFamily therapy\r\n \tBehavioral therapy\r\n \tHolistic healing methods\r\n \tExperiential therapy\r\n\r\nBeaches Recovery in Jacksonville, Florida provides the help you need for a better life from hydrocodone effects. Call Beaches Recovery now at <a href='tel:8666050532'>866.605.0532</a> for more information about available programs.