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Availability of Heroin in South Carolina

South Carolina Heroin AddictionSouth Carolina is often considered one of the largest drug consumer states in the country. And one of these dangerous drugs that is widely available in South Carolina is heroin. Heroin is widely available all across the state and primarily sold in multi-gram quantities routinely packaged in “bindles” for distribution. The most common source for heroin in South Carolina is from New York City as well as Mexican drug gangs affiliated in the area. While heroin has historically been limited to South Carolina urban areas near metropolitan areas of Columbia and Greenville, recent evidence shows the drug is gaining popularity among a younger, more suburban population using it in experimental and party situations.

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What Makes Heroin So Addictive

Heroin is widely considered one of the most dangerous and addictive drugs in the world. As seen in South Carolina, and many other cities across the country, heroin addiction effects every socio-economic group and doesn't discriminate on the basis of race, class, or where you live. Heroin addiction can effect anyone and has ruined the lives of thousands of unsuspecting users.

Because heroin is synthesized from a powerful opiate substance found in the seed pods of certain poppy plants, it is highly addictive. Another reason why heroin is so addictive is because of the instant gratification that it gives its users. Once heroin is shot into the bloodstream, it makes a bee-line straight for the brain. Once heroin is in the brain system it begins to take over areas of the brain that are responsible for producing areas of reward and pain relieving endorphins. After long term heroin use the body can become so used to the heroin producing these effects, that the brain will no longer produce them without heroin in the body. This is known as heroin dependency and can lead to vicious and painful withdrawal symptoms occurring even a few hours after the last dose.

Suboxone for Heroin Dependency

Heroin dependency can be a crippling disease and is one of the biggest obstacles for people looking to quit a heroin addiction. Heroin dependency often leads to miserable withdrawal symptoms that can plague a heroin addict trying to quit the drug once and for all. However, if you're suffering from severe withdrawal symptoms you may want to consider a medical detox alternative like Suboxone.

Suboxone is a prescription medication that is effective in treating withdrawal symptoms associated with an opiate addiction. Suboxone is derived out of a partial opiate Buprenorphine, which gives the user a controlled amount of opiates to help counter vicious withdrawal symptoms. The dosage is then tapered down throughout the treatment until the user no longer suffers from any withdrawal symptoms. South Carolina Suboxone rehab is often combined with other heroin addiction treatments such as behavioral therapy, and addiction counseling.

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Suboxone is effective on any opiate addiction including oxycontin, oxycodone, percocet, vicodin, codeine and morphine addictions. Suboxone can only be prescribed by a licensed medical physician who is legally certified to administer suboxone. To find a certified South Carolina heroin addiction rehab, please feel free to browse our South Carolina Suboxone directory for a suboxone provider in your area.

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