The symptoms listed below may be helpful to determine if your loved one needs help. Visible symptoms indicate the presence of underlying issues that require immediate attention. National Treatment Center supports families in the process of assessing the underlying causes and issues related to addiction. Under the direction of licensed professionals an appropriate treatment plan will be recommended to your family.
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The more drug use begins to affect and control a person's life, the more likely it is that he or she has a drug problem. Unfortunately, substance abusers are often the last ones to recognize their own symptoms of dependence and addiction. If you suspect that a friend or loved one is abusing drugs, it's important to remember that drug abusers often try to conceal their symptoms and downplay their problem. But there are a number of warning signs you can look for: