Oxycodone Detox

Oxycodone is a highly addictive painkiller prescribed to individuals by a Doctor. This drug is not given out lightly, the needs to be a medical reason for its use. Typically patients receiving medications such as Oxycodone are under supervised care of a Doctor to help prevent addiction but sometimes that just is not enough. The majority of those addicted to Oxycodone began using the drug for medical reasons, developing a tolerance, increasing their own dose, misusing the drug to experience its euphoric effects, and ultimately developing a dependency on the drug. Others will ‘borrow’ the drug off friends and family for its effects, some may buy the drug on the streets or even steal it. Oxycodone is one of the most commonly misused and abused prescription medications in the nation. The majority of those addicted to Oxycodone are unable to quit using on their own, requiring an Oxycodone Detox the help them with the start of their recovery.

Oxycodone Detox Process

Oxycodone produces painful withdrawal symptoms and strong cravings making quitting difficult, especially without the assistance a an Oxycodone Detox Center that knows what theyre doing. When entering into an Oxycodone Detox Center the individual will go through an assessment that will allow the Doctors and staff to know the severity of their addiction and create an individualized detox treatment plan. The detox process can be painful this is why under the direct supervision of a Doctor the individual will be able to receive a non-addictive prescription medication to lessen the effects of withdrawal. There will be 24-7 supervision and care provided by chemical dependency specialist. The Oxycodone Detox process will allow your body to be cleansed of chemicals and toxins related to its use, getting you over the physical aspects of recovery and ready to start on the next step of the recovery process.

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