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OxyContin Detox Center

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a man convinces his friend into an oxycontin detox centerOxyContin detox treats misuse and dependence on oxycodone, a synthetic analgesic drug similar to morphine. When medically administered and taken as prescribed, OxyContin can positively affect the lives of patients recovering from invasive surgeries, injuries, or diseases. However, the risk, not only for addicts but also for anyone who has a genetic predisposition for addiction, is that OxyContin can activate or re-activate this with use requiring assistance from a drug detox center. At New Start Recovery, our OxyContin detox center can help individuals address their addiction and start on the path to healing.

How OxyContin Addiction Occurs

There is a misconception that it’s impossible to become addicted to prescription pain medications, particularly if you’re not seeking out the drug to get high. The problem with the opioid analgesic medication is that one builds tolerance, and the drug becomes less effective in relieving pain symptoms. OxyContin dependence is characterized by continued patterns of oxycodone use, an uncontrollable need to block pain with the drug, which goes beyond the scope of the legitimate prescription.

How to Detox from OxyContin

OxyContin is an opiate narcotic pain reliever, affecting the central nervous system, blocking pain, and creating a sense of contentment and euphoria. Long-term or chronic use will cause withdrawal symptoms once you stop taking it. If wondering how to detox from OxyContin, it’s not recommended you try quitting on your own. Chemical dependency typically requires sub-acute detox under the care of trained staff. Withdrawal symptoms will usually begin six to 30 hours after last use of the drug and commonly include:

  • Agitation
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle aches
  • Insomnia
  • Abdominal cramping
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting

Once someone using OxyContin begins to increase their dosage, they are at a much greater risk for dangerous complications when withdrawing. The possible side effects of OxyContin withdrawal are headaches, dizziness, fatigue, seizures, loss of consciousness, coma, and death. Addiction has significant physical and emotional consequences and often requires outside help to jumpstart a successful recovery process.

Learn How New Start Recovery Can Help

Our clinicians begin OxyContin detox with a comprehensive evaluation of each client to generate a working knowledge of their medical history, history of abuse, as well as their personal well-being and psychological condition.

Part of the initial health assessment involves a physical examination, including a visual screening of the patient. Once the initial health assessment is completed, our clinical staff members work with our client to establish an effective treatment plan. Our team has experience working with patients prescribed OxyContin and can assign severity levels based on variables such as age, number of years using, the amount used per week, family history, and any underlying mental or physical disorders.

Withdrawing from OxyContin can be a challenging process, and at New Start, our clients receive 24/7 care. We are committed to providing a safe and comfortable treatment, ensuring patients’ ability to overcome addiction. Reach out to us today at [Direct] to learn more.