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Getting off opiates on your own is almost impossible. We are here to help. Getting off opiates is difficult because the opiate receptors in the brain need more and more of the drug to fight the pain. This process is called tolerance. In addiction, once you are addicted to opiate drugs and stop taking them, the body goes through withdrawal symptoms that can be quite unpleasant. Withdrawal symptoms include cold sweats, vomiting, nausea, depression, diarrhea, and muscle cramps.

Getting Off Opiates and Overcoming Addiction

Getting Off OpiatesAlmost anyone may become addicted to opiate drugs. Since opiates reduce pain, they are used in many different situations. Examples include cancer patients or individuals who are recovering from surgery, suffering from back pain, or who have sustained severe injuries in an accident. Almost everyone knows someone who has been through these situations. Perhaps you have been through one of these situations yourself, and now find yourself addicted to opiates. Examples of opiates include OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet, Heroin, and Morphine.

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With our inpatient drug rehab program, we will support you as you are getting off opiates. We will treat any emotional disorders you may have. Often addiction and emotional disorders go hand in hand. To help you manage your emotions as you are getting off the drugs, we offer yoga classes, massage therapy, meditation, spirituality guidance, and tai chi classes. Inpatient drug rehab offers clients the best support available as our caring staff is here twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. You, our client, are our main concern and our reason for being in existence. We are here for you as you are getting off opiates.

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