Wyoming is the least populated state in the United States. It is home to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. Despite its rather small population Wyoming has an extensive drug problem, specifically with methamphetamine, which is brought in from Mexico and Southern California. Methamphetamine abuse and addiction has traditional been one of the most difficult addictions to treat and recover from, primarily because of the nature of the physical and psychological dependency. Because methamphetamine depletes the amount of neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine, addicts in early recovery experience feelings of depression and lethargy. Meth addicts' best chance of recovery is a long term stay at a residential treatment center followed by a program of continuing aftercare and relapse prevention, as well as involvement in a twelve step program. Outpatient drug rehab programs are also a great option, depending on the severity of the addiction.
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