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Jupiter, Florida, is a city in Palm Beach County, and like many cities in Florida and the United States at large, it has been hit hard by a serious substance abuse crisis. If you or a loved one have been caught up in this crisis, Jupiter rehab centers can help put an end to your drug abuse and start the recovery process.

According to a 2012-2014 survey, more than 68,000 people in Palm Beach County struggled with an addiction to alcohol.1 Many people who struggle with alcoholism may not realize it because alcohol abuse is frequently normalized by society. One sign of an alcohol use disorder is physical dependence to the substance. When dependence develops, a person cannot function properly without drinking. If a dependent person abruptly quits drinking or dramatically reduces their drinking, uncomfortable and even dangerous withdrawal symptoms are likely to emerge.2,3

Some common alcohol withdrawal symptoms include:3

  • Anxiety.
  • Mood swings.
  • Insomnia.
  • Irritability.
  • Depression.
  • Headache.
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Rapid heart rate.
  • Tremors.

There is a potentially life-threatening type of alcohol withdrawal, known as delirium tremens, that causes seizures, confusion, hallucinations, and fever.3 It is more likely be experienced by those who have gone through alcohol withdrawal in the past or have been drinking heavily for over 10 years.4

If you struggle with alcohol abuse, the safest thing you can do is first receive an assessment from a doctor who can evaluate your risk of experiencing complicated withdrawal. If they ascertain that you are at-risk, they will refer you to a medical detox facility. In this type of detox, you receive medications and supportive medical care to safely manage alcohol withdrawal and prevent complications. Search our directory for treatment centers near Jupiter or in another preferred location that can help you with detox and recovery.

Sources

  1. National Drug Early Warning System. (2016). Southeastern Florida (Miami Area) Drug Use Patterns and Trends.
  2. National Library of Medicine. (2018). Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse.
  3. National Library of Medicine. (2018). Alcohol Withdrawal.   
  4. National Library of Medicine. (2018). Delirium Tremens.

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Connect With Jupiter Rehab Facilities Befitting of a town whose namesake is the largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter is home to many famous figures in the worlds of music, sports and television. As with all high-achieving communities, Jupiter drug rehab facilities have been a necessity for keeping locals healthy, productive and addiction-free.

If you have found yourself stumbling into the vices of alcohol or substance abuse, your next step should be a consultation at a Jupiter treatment center.

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All across the country, teens become smokers at staggering annual rates. Despite the cautionary tales and informational tools provided by secondary schools in every state, teens are often lured by the social and media forces that invariably glorify smoking.

Throughout the state of Florida, residents are taking a stand against this smoking scourge upon their youth. As summarized by the Florida Department of Health, efforts to stem smoking have led to the 2006 passage of Article X, Section 27 into the state constitution. Under this amendment, legislative funding is now required for tobacco education and prevention programs throughout the state. Thanks to these efforts, the number of Floridian smokers has dropped by nearly 500,000 since 2007.

What Are the Smoking Averages of Today's Teens?

Despite the best efforts of Florida citizens, America still has a long way to go in the eradication of teenage smoking. According to figures compiled in 2010 by the American Lung Association:

  • 3,900 adolescents per day smoke for the first time
  • 16.6 percent of females aged 15 to 19 smoked while pregnant (2005)
  • 49.7 percent of high school smokers had tried and failed to quit (2007)
  • 68 percent of smoking adults began before the age of 18
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Smoking is a risky habit that continues to lure new victims, despite all the public warnings. If your son or daughter has taken on this vice, call us for information on the best addiction counseling programs in your area.

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