Opiate Detox

Opiate withdrawal process is painful and can be overwhelming for most. With an Opiate Detox facility you are able to receive the care needed to successfully recover in a safe and secure environment. Opiate Detox facilities offer those fighting addiction a pain free way to start their recovery.

What is an Opiate?

The Opiate drug come in many different forms, most commonly the drug called oxycodone. Opiates are used to treat pain on short term basis because the drug is highly addictive.Many of those addicted to opiate drugs started taking them for medical reasons, they began to misuse their prescription and then quickly developing a tolerance which their bodies require more and more of the drug to achieve its desired effects. They misuse opiates for the euphoric effects it can produce, giving them a painfree sense of well being. The body begins to develop a dependence on the drug and the user is addicted. When those addicted to opiates stop using the drug abruptly they will experience withdrawal symptoms such as; muscle cramps, diarrhea, restlessness or even severe anxiety. These withdrawal symptoms can deter many from quitting cold turkey, some continue abusing opiates other make the choice to enter into an opiate detox program to start their recovery process.

The Opiate Detox Process

Stopping opiate use on your own can be dangerous. This is why it is recommended to enter into an Opiate Detox Center to start the recovery process. There the individual will go through the Opiate Detox Process to cleanse their body of any chemicals and toxins related to chronic opiate abuse. A non-addictive medication will be given to lessen the symptoms of withdrawal that can be overwhelming and painful otherwise. When going through the opiate detox process you will receive 24-7 supportive care to help ensure that you successfully are cleansed of this addictive drug and ready to move onto the next step of the recovery process in an Rehab Center.

Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by a quality treatment center within the USA.

Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by a licensed drug and alcohol rehab facility, a paid advertiser on Rehabs.org.

All calls are private and confidential.