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San Marcos Treatment Centers

San Marcos Treatment CentersSan Marcos, California is located in the northern section of San Diego County. The population was estimated at almost 85,000 as of 2010 and its average income is approximately $51,000. San Marcos is located less than an hour away from the US – Mexico border and Tijuana, a city with a high rate of drug trafficking. Residents of San Marcos are exposed to drugs frequently because of its proximity to Mexico, and many residents will eventually come to need some form of drug addiction treatment.

How to Tell If You Need Addiction Help

Drug addiction does not discriminate by age or gender. Every year thousands of residents of San Marcos will struggle with addiction, but not everyone who requires professional help will seek it. Some people may be in denial about their addiction while others may avoid treatment because they are misinformed about the process. The first step to treatment is being able to recognize the warning signs of addiction. These signs include:

  • Isolating oneself from family and friends, and avoiding social engagements
  • A lack of concern about familial or work responsibilities
  • Mood swings and irritability
  • Decreased performance in school or the workplace
  • Sudden financial difficulties

Physical Drug Addiction Symptoms in San Marcos Residents

In addition to behavioral warning signs, addicts may begin to exhibit physical symptoms of drug abuse. Physical symptoms vary from person to person and also depend on the type of drug being used. They can include any of the following common symptoms:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Sudden changes in appetite and body weight
  • Nausea
  • Red, watery eyes and dilated pupils
  • Cold sweats
  • Edema (water retention) in the hands, feet or face
  • Insomnia
  • Heart palpitations
  • Getting Drug Addiction Help for San Marcos Addicts

    If someone you love in the San Marcos area is struggling with addiction, please call our toll-free number and speak to one of our trained counselors about drug treatment options. They can help you locate a facility that best suits your needs.