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Today, opiate addiction is a very serious concern of our nation. We have a top of the line opiate addiction treatment program. Our clients in rehab have to be taught from ground up what opiates are, how they affect them and how they affect others around them. Here, in rehab it is basically one day at a time for each of our clients. By teaching them what opiates are, it helps them to realize how they became addicted and how to avoid addiction in the future.

Do You Suffer From Opiate Addiction?

Opiate AddictionAn opiate is derived from the opium plant, with heroin being the strongest because it enters the brain faster than that of codeine or morphine. We teach our clients that it becomes addictive when used excessively which is pretty much what has happened in their case. Side effects from opiates can include, but are not limited to, spasticity, difficulty breathing, constipation, low blood pressure, and it can cause many problems in the nervous system. In a nutshell, we teach our clients that opiate addiction is no joke, and it will take being aware and conscientious about the things they eat and take to avoid opiate addiction again in the future.

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Being in treatment for opiate addiction takes patience and caring from all involved. In rehabilitation, a doctor or trained professional will help the client with their withdrawal symptoms, and this can be tough. Some of the withdrawal symptoms one will face (and are not limited to this list) are diarrhea, vomiting, panic attacks, chills, sweats, bone pain, restlessness, and the list goes on. Knowing how to deal with each symptom and knowing that this is what is going to happen is very important. Trying to quit opiate use on one’s own can be a dangerous situation. Quitting without help can cause withdrawal symptoms leading to death depending on the length of time the drug has been taken.

For more information about our opiate addiction treatment programs, please contact one of our specialists today.

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