Opiate withdrawal help and treatment is available in our alcohol and drug rehabilitation treatment center. When someone has been using opiates for an extended period of time and then reduces or discontinues use altogether, they go into opiate withdrawal.
Some minor symptoms of opiate withdrawal include runny nose, increased tearing of the eyes, muscle aches, anxiety, sweating, yawning, and agitation. Later more severe symptoms may include abdominal cramping, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, chills, and dilated pupils.
Opiate withdrawal is not life threatening. Treatment includes supportive care and sometimes medications to relieve the symptoms. Dependence on opiates often requires long term treatment.
Long-Term Opiate Withdrawal Help and Treatment Is The Best
We have a long-term, also known as residential, alcohol and drug addiction treatment center. Here the client is assisted with opiate detox and is helped with the withdrawal symptoms from opiate addiction.
We have licensed medical professionals on hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week to manage any complications from the detox process. After detox, the client is counseled by compassionate, caring professionals with encouragement. They also have group sessions with their peers who are suffering from the same types of addictions. Each individual wants success for every other client. This is of much help to each client in our center.
Contact Us Today About Opiate Withdrawal Help and Treatment
Each client is treated with the utmost respect and dignity in our treatment center. There is no social stigma in our center. Every client is treated the same and with the same respect as the next. Everyone here is the same and all struggling with the same problems.
If you have a loved one, or if you, yourself, needs help with opiate withdrawal, please contact one of our highly skilled professionals today. We have an excellent opiate withdrawal help and treatment program and can get you or your loved one on the road to recovery from opiate addiction