Studies have indicated that men, compared to women, often exhibit higher rates of drug and alcohol abuse, influenced by a combination of biological, societal, and psychological factors.

Gender-Specific Drug Abuse Statistics

In one study, around 55% of Americans aged over 18 reported that they’d drunk alcohol at least once in the past month.

Consuming alcohol in this way isn’t necessarily dangerous – one drink a month is unlikely to hurt! But, using substances like alcohol and drugs can quickly spiral out of control for some people, ending in substance abuse.

Millions upon millions of people in the USA have an addiction, and it’s common to think that men are more likely to be at risk of substance abuse. Is this really true, or do women suffer from addiction just as much as men?

Our men’s rehab program team is here to tell you everything you need to know.

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