A New Report Correlates Drug Addiction to Childhood Abuse

June 25, 2014

Harbor Village Detox comments on new study which indicates that individuals who were abused as children are more likely to use drugs.

USA (PRWEB) June 25, 2014

As reported by Yale News (6/11), a new study by the Yale School of Medicine shows that childhood abuse can lead to drug abuse. The study illustrates that people who suffered from child abuse “had lower brain volumes in regions associated with emotion, learning, and memory.” In addition, people with a history of child abuse are also at a greater risk of relapsing from previous drug abuse.

The study examined brain scans of 175 substance-abuse patients and the scans showed “that abused people had reduced brain volume in hippocampal complex, which is associated with memory and emotion processing. Substance abusers with these brain changes were more vulnerable to long-term addiction and severe relapses.” Rajita Sinha, the Foundations Fund Professor of Psychiatry adds that these results can be useful in understanding which brain regions are effected by substance abuse so they can be treatable with medication and other methods.

The implications and effects of substance abuse are undeniable and in some cases life-threatening. However at Harbor Village Florida, a substance abuse facility, drug abuse is treated very seriously.

The mission statement of Harbor Village is to assist people from all walks of life with their addictions. For the last year, the peaceful and quiet environment of Harbor Village has helped make positive impacts in their lives. For the years to come, they hope to continue to help others see the light in their lives. Those who are looking for a safe, supervised, and peaceful detox process can get everything they are looking for and more at Harbor Village. Here, the goal is to help every client be happy, healthy, and ready to move on to the next step of his or her life.

For more information about this luxury rehab facility, visit: http://harborvillageflorida.com/ or call the 24/7 hotline 1-855-290-4261.

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