Saturday, September 24, 2011

Why Adolescent and Adult Addiction Treatment Methods are Different?

With a growing population of adolescents succumbing to drugs illegal substances, more and more families are finding themselves struggling to help their children get back on the right track.

When it comes to treatment methods and rehabilitation techniques, biological factors must be taken into consideration. Adolescents have smaller physiques and under developed brains; making them susceptible to addiction due to lower tolerance. Furthermore, they are less likely to voluntarily seek treatment and are often coerced by family members to do so, often resulting in deficient treatment or simply refusing help.

Distinguishing and understanding the vast differences between adolescent and adult addiction and its underlying reasons, is key to achieving effective treatment in different developmental phases and age groups.

We at Inspirations Teen Rehab understand the unique challenges of being a parent. If you have any questions, please know that we are here to provide you with support and guidance, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We welcome the opportunity to answer your questions free of charge about teen drug rehab, teen substance abuse, adolescent addiction, teen intervention, teen behavior, teen depression or other related matters.

For more information on teen drug abuse, teen addiction treatment, and teen drug rehab programs visit Inspirations for Youth and Families, aka Inspirations Teen Rehab.

Addiction Treatment for Teens: 1-888-757-6237

Addiction Treatment for adults and young adults: 1-888-387-6237

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