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OxyContin addiction treatment begins when you admit you have an addiction and seek professional help.  OxyContin (Oxycodone) is a powerful opioid-based prescription medication used for pain management. Although OxyContin is considered safe when used as directed, some patients, unfortunately, become addicted to the drug and must embark on a course of OxyContin addiction treatment.

OxyContin Addiction Treatment Begins With You

OxyContin Addiction TreatmentChoosing the right addiction treatment for you is critical to ensure a lasting recovery.  As with most drug addictions, there is more involved than just the physical aspect of addiction.  In most cases, after prolonged OxyContin addiction, the individual has developed emotional problems, trouble with relationships, lost employment or has developed legal problems following criminal behavior involved in obtaining more of the drug.

Prolonged abuse of OxyContin can result in serious and dangerous side-effects and if withdrawal is attempted without professional treatment, the end result is usually relapsed.  Some of these symptoms can include: yawning, sweating, anxiety, insomnia, agitation, muscle aches and abdominal cramps with nausea and vomiting.  A professional rehabilitation facility will provide 24-hour monitoring of these symptoms by trained addiction specialists to ensure a safe and effective withdrawal process.

For successful withdrawal from OxyContin, it is imperative that you choose a treatment program that addresses the physical and psychological aspects of addiction to ensure a lasting recovery and to prevent future relapse. The right program will help you learn new methods for dealing with daily stress without needing drugs to help you cope, and provides continuing care during your attempt to resume life outside of the center.

Recovery has Counseling Available for Addiction Rehabilitation

Inpatient rehabilitation centers also have the benefit of counseling, either one-on-one or in a group, during the course of OxyContin addiction treatment, and also offers counseling services for family and friends to help them understand what you are going through and how they can help.

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