Sutton, AK Profile
Sutton, AK, population 898.
Sutton Gender Information
Males in Sutton: 465 (51.78 %)
Females in Sutton: 433 (48.22 %)
As % of Population in Sutton
Race Diversity in Sutton, AK
White: 731 (81.40 %)
African American: 3 (0.33 %)
Hispanic/Latino: 9 (1.00 %)
Asian: 3 (0.33 %)
American Indian/Alaska Native: 116 (12.92 %)
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 1 (0.11 %)
Other: 9 (1.00 %)
As % of Population in Sutton
Age Diversity in Sutton, AK
Median Age in Sutton: 40.3
Sutton People age 0 to 4: 47 (5.23 %)
Sutton People age 5 to 9: 79 (8.80 %)
Sutton People age 10 to 14: 83 (9.24 %)
Sutton People age 15 to 19: 66 (7.35 %)
Sutton People age 20 to 24: 33 (3.67 %)
Sutton People age 25 to 34: 70 (7.80 %)
Sutton People age 35 to 44: 171 (19.04 %)
Sutton People age 45 to 54: 207 (23.05 %)
Sutton People age 55 to 59: 51 (5.68 %)
Sutton People age 60 to 64: 25 (2.78 %)
Sutton People age 65 to 74: 42 (4.68 %)
Sutton People age 75 to 84: 20 (2.23 %)
Sutton People age 85 plus: 4 (0.45 %)
Economics in Sutton, AK
Sutton Household Average Size: 2.52 people
Sutton Median Household Income: $37,391.00
Sutton Average Income Per Member of Household: $14,837.70
Nearby Towns & Cities to Sutton
Chickaloon 5.01 Miles
Sutton Alpine 17.86 Miles
Glacier View 23.94 Miles
Buffalo Soapstone 25.31 Miles
Lazy Mountain 25.69 Miles
Farm Loop 28.17 Miles
Palmer 28.56 Miles
Fishhook 29.82 Miles
Knik River 30.73 Miles
Lakes 33.30 Miles
Big Cities Nearest Sutton (Population 100,000+)
Anchorage 63.61 Miles
While amphetamine psychosis is much more common among heavy regular users, there are real dangers that any small amount of speed used by a person with schizophrenic tendencies could push them over the edge.
As depression worsens and the desire for sleep increases, the person feels less craving. After waking from a long sleep, the individual enters a brief normal period with mild craving. This is followed by a long period of milder withdrawal, lasting from one to ten weeks. During this time the craving for cocaine returns, and the person enters a state known as anhedonia. With anhedonia, the person can no longer feel pleasure from activities or experiences he or she used to enjoy. The final phase of cocaine withdrawal is called extinction. The extinction phase usually begins two weeks after a person stops using cocaine. The person returns to a normal mood but still feels an occasional craving for cocaine. Because of continued cravings, the chance for relapse is high.
Oxycodone was first developed in Germany in 1916 and marketed under the brand name Eukodal. The first documented medical reports of striking "euphoric highs" in patients taking the drug surfaced in the 1920s. Those reports also included warnings about the apparent habit-forming nature of the drug. In the United States, oxycodone was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1976. Various formulations followed, including drugs that combined oxycodone with either aspirin or acetaminophen. Evidence suggests that oxycodone has the ability to lock onto a special cell receptor found primarily in the brain, spinal cord, and intestines. When the drug connects to the receptors in the spinal cord, it causes the nerves that are sending pain signals to be temporarily blocked. Similarly, when the drug connects to the receptors in the brain, it causes an overall sense of well-being and relaxation. However, when the drug connects to the receptors in the intestines, the result is often constipation.
Cocaine affects your body. People who use cocaine often don't eat or sleep regularly. They can experience increased heart rate, muscle spasms, and convulsions. If they snort cocaine, they can also permanently damage their nasal tissue. Cocaine affects your emotions. Using cocaine can make you feel paranoid, angry, hostile, and anxious, even when you're not high.
Residential treatment offers intensive drug addiction help over a period of weeks or months. This form of treatment has some advantages over out-patient treatment, although it may not be suitable for everyone. For example, those who are responsible for caring for young children may be better suited to attendance at an out patient treatment program. Residential treatment offers a safe, drug and alcohol-free environment where individuals can confront their own drug addiction and associated issues, with the help of qualified staff. Therapy usually consists of a mixture of group counseling, individual counseling and an introduction to the principles of a drug recovery program.
Addiction treatment is needed when an individual finds that they have developed a drug or alcohol addiction which they are not able to successful end on their own. With the help of addiction treatment, addicted individual can get help to control their drug taking behavior and live happy and successful lives. There are several addiction treatment options available for drug and alcohol addiction. Some of these options include self-help groups, counseling, drug rehabilitation programs (in and out-patient), and residential treatment facilities. Each of these differ
in their aims and outcomes and elements of these addiction treatment options are often
A drug overdose occurs when you consume more drugs than your body can tolerate. Drug users are constantly flirting with the risk of a drug overdose. There is a
fine line between the high they're seeking and serious injury or death. While many victims of drug overdose recover without long term effects, there
can be serious consequences. Some drug overdoses cause the failure of major
organs like the kidneys or liver, or failure of whole systems like the
respiratory or circulatory systems. Patients who survive drug overdose may need
kidney dialysis, kidney or liver transplant, or ongoing care as a result of
heart failure, stroke, or coma. Death can occur in almost any drug overdose
situation, particularly if treatment is not started immediately.
Drug addiction is a pattern of repeated drug taking that usually results in tolerance (the need for greater amounts of the drug to achieve the same effect), withdrawal (physical and cognitive effects when drug use declines or stops), and compulsive drug taking behavior (drug taking that persists despite efforts to reduce intake and despite problems with family, friends, and work). Drug addiction encompasses a diverse range of drugs (such as alcohol, cannabis, amphetamines, and cocaine) and is caused by many different factors.
Tolerance to a drug takes place when an individual is exposed to the same drug repeatedly and begins to build up an resistance to the drugs effects. The body then adapts and develops a tolerance for the drug. The addiction that is produced is so powerful that it creates cravings in the user. These cravings for the drug are the result of its impact on the individual's memory with feelings of pleasantness and euphoria which the individual has come to associate with the taking of the drug.
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