Opioid Withdrawal

Opioid Withdrawal

Opioids represent the single-largest substance abuse threat in the United States; they may even represent the nation’s largest overall public health issue. Thousands more continue to die from these drugs with each passing year, including over 49,000 in 2017. Between prescription drugs like oxycodone and hydrocodone and illicit substances like heroin, these drugs are negatively impacting the lives of Americans of every cultural and economic background. Opioid withdrawal is one of the clearest indicators of addiction and leads to thousands of relapses every year. It is manifested through a variety of physical and psychological symptoms. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective and medically supervised opioid withdrawal treatment in. Call us today at 1 (800) 55-REHAB to start healing.

Codeine Withdrawal

Codeine is commonly prescribed medicine used to treat mild to moderate pain. It’s often mixed with acetaminophen and used in cough syrups as well. Codeine usually comes in a tablet form and, like other prescription opioids can render users tolerant after just a very short time. Codeine withdrawal occurs after the body starts to become tolerant of the drug, and is manifested through various physical and psychological symptoms that range from mild to severe. Recovery Unplugged offers safe, discreet and effective codeine withdrawal treatment.

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Demerol Withdrawal

Demerol is a powerful opioid painkiller commonly used to enhance the effects of anesthesia in a surgical setting. It is not recommended in the treatment of chronic pain and should only be prescribed to acute, short-term conditions. Like other types of opioids, however, users can quickly develop a tolerance to the drug and quickly start experiencing withdrawal symptoms. Demerol use is less common than other drugs like oxycodone or hydrocodone, but it still ensnares numerous patients in addiction ever year. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective and Demerol withdrawal treatment.

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Dilaudid Withdrawal

Dilaudid is a powerful prescription opioid often used to treat moderate to severe pain. Although it is less common as other prescription painkillers like OxyContin or Vicodin, Dilaudid is incredibly addictive with a potential for diversion. Dilaudid withdrawal is one of the clearest indicators of dependence on the drug and should be treated by an experienced and qualified medical professional if symptoms are unmanageable and disrupting a user’s everyday life. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective and safe Dilaudid withdrawal treatment.

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Fentanyl Withdrawal

Fentanyl has rapidly embedded itself in the American vocabulary in recent years because of its close association with the recent dramatic spike in opioid overdoses. A drug that is said to be 100 more potent than pure heroin, fentanyl deaths have increased over 500 percent in the last three years. It is a drug so powerful and so dangerous that it often requires law enforcement to wear specialized protective gear during its disposal. Fentanyl arrived on the American landscape largely through heroin supplies. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective medically supervised fentanyl withdrawal treatment.

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Hydrocodone Withdrawal

Hydrocodone is a powerful prescription opioid used to treat moderate to severe pain. It is one of the most commonly abused opioids in the United States and is abused by Americans of every age and cultural background. Hydrocodone withdrawal is characterized by a collection of physical and psychological symptoms, which can range from mild to severe. It is the clearest indicator of dependency and should be addressed by an experienced and qualified medical professional. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective, safe and discreet hydrocodone withdrawal treatment.

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Methadone Withdrawal

Methadone has been a standard in medication-assisted treatment of opioid addiction for years. It’s also turned into an addiction problem all its own. Many patients, even those who have every intention of staying clean wind up dependent on methadone and start experiencing withdrawal symptoms of their own. Methadone withdrawal is characterized by a variety of physical and psychological symptoms and is a clear indicator of dependency. It requires specialized care from experienced and qualified medical professionals. Call Recovery Unplugged today at 1 (800) 55-REHAB for quality, compassionate and effective methadone withdrawal treatment.

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Morphine Withdrawal

Though morphine abuse has waned in popularity in recent years, due in large part to other types of prescription opioids like oxycodone and, the drug still has a powerful and destructive hold on many Americans. Morphine is the primary chemical component in opium. It is often used in an inpatient hospital setting to alleviate severe traumatic and post-surgical pain. Some of the drugs that contain morphine include, but are not limited to MS Contin, Morphine Sulfate ER, Roxanol, Morphine Sulfate IR and Embeda. Morphine offers feelings of extreme euphoria and lead to tolerance and addiction very quickly.

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Oxycodone Withdrawal

OxyContin is one of the most commonly abused prescription opioids. It is commonly used in the treatment of moderate to severe pain and mirrors the same effects of heroin. One of the primary reasons for the recent uptick in heroin addiction is the crackdown on prescription painkiller trafficking in the United States. Patients who developed a tolerance to OxyContin suddenly found themselves without means or access to get the drugs on the street or from their doctor, and thus, were replaced by $5 baggies of heroin. OxyContin withdrawal occurs when patients start to develop tolerance of the drug and is manifested through a variety of moderate to severe physical and psychological symptoms. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective and medically supervised OxyContin withdrawal treatment.

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Percocet Withdrawal

Percocet is a commonly abused prescription opioid used in the clinical treatment of moderate to severe pain. It is an incredibly power medication, the effects of which mirror those of heroin and other illicit opiates. Percocet withdrawal can affect anyone, from the full-blown addict to the casual user. It is characterized by the development of physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms and is one of the clearest indicators of dependency. You don’t have to suffer through Percocet withdrawal alone. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective and safe treatment for Percocet withdrawal.

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Subutex Withdrawal

Subutex is a brand-name for buprenorphine. It is a sublingual tablet. Like other types of buprenorphine, it is extremely effective in the long-term treatment of opioid addiction. it is also incredibly addictive and can cause a variety of physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms. Subutex has a high potential for diversion and abuse, particularly among patients with an existing opioid addiction. You don’t have to trade one addiction for another. Recovery Unplugged offers comprehensive, safe and effective medically supervised Subutex withdrawal management. Contact us at 1 (800) 55-REHAB to begin your journey of recovery from Subutex. We very much look forward to hearing from you.

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Tramadol Withdrawal

Tramadol is a commonly used prescription opioid used to treat moderate to severe pain. It is an extremely potent and incredibly addictive drug that can lead to withdrawal after a very short time. Tramadol withdrawal manifests through various physical and psychological symptoms that range from mild to severe, and is a clear indicator of dependency. As is the case with all other types of opioids, Tramadol withdrawal requires experienced and specialized medical treatment to help patients move past their symptoms and move on with their lives. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, experienced and discreet Tramadol withdrawal treatment.

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Opioid Withdrawal Treatment

It’s important to realize that opioid withdrawal management is a complex and delicate medical procedure best treated by an experienced and qualified medical professional. Recovery Unplugged is one of the only opioid withdrawal treatment centers in that offers medical detox, and we’re ready to put our resources and expertise to work for you. You don’t have to sacrifice yourself to opioid addiction because you don’t think you can handle the withdrawal process. Just because you may have relapsed in the past, doesn’t mean you aren’t cut out for recovery. Call Recovery Unplugged at 1 (800) 55-REHAB to start taking your life back from opioid withdrawal today. Our doctors and nurses will help you take the first step toward recovery.

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