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A Number of Factors Contribute to Rise in Drug Addiction for Middle-Aged Women, According to KLEAN Treatment Center
Date:5/27/2013

West Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) May 27, 2013

The professionals at KLEAN Treatment Center, which provides personalized assistance in beating drug and alcohol addiction, are issuing comment on a new study that looks at what is causing middle-aged women, many of whom are mothers, to rely on drugs and alcohol for comfort. The survey, conducted by Caron Treatment Centers, which is a nationally recognized non-profit that provides drug and alcohol addiction treatment, discovered that the top five contributing factors for mothers’ addiction included: stress or anxiety, troubles in romantic relationships, pressure from family or friends, traumatic experiences, and feelings of boredom.

Colleen Greene, who is a Caron alumni, mother of two, and the Chair of Caron’s National Alumni Leadership Council comments on the issue stating, “I kept telling myself that as long as everything looked perfect from the outside, everything would be okay. But it wasn’t. I was slowly dying and I’m certain that tragedy would have ensued if I’d continued on that path.”

The survey, which was conducted anonymously in April 2013 among 100 alumni who had received treatment from the Caron Treatment Centers Continuum of Care, found that 46 percent of respondents were between the ages of 46 and 55 and had a household income of more than $100,000. Seventy-eight percent of the women were married when they received treatment, and 74 percent had two or more kids. Eighty-eight percent of those surveyed explained that they abused alcohol in their own homes, as opposed to going to a bar. More than 44 percent abused prescription drugs, and 60 percent of respo
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