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Treatment of Prescription Medication Addiction

Due to the physical dependence created by abusing prescription medication, addiction treatment begins in a residential treatment facility. The initial phase of treatment is detox. It is here, under medical supervision, that the symptoms associated with withdrawal from prescription medication are managed, reduced and some times eliminated. The average length of time spent in detox is approximately seven days. During this time, the person will be monitored medically and any psychiatric or psychological issues will be assessed.

After the person is medically stable, they are generally referred to residential treatment to complete the treatment plan designed in detox. By the time most people enter treatment for prescription medication addiction, they have created quite a bit of emotional damage to themselves and loved ones. It takes time to recover from shame, grief, guilt, and rebuild a level of trust amongst the family. Recovery in a supportive therapeutic environment eliminates many of the outside distractions and allows a person to focus on issues relating to their recovery. The length of stay is approximately twenty days and may be followed by outpatient therapy.

Cocaine

Although the number of cocaine addicts has declined over the last couple of decades, in the U.S., the amount of cocaine consumed hasnt. Findings by the Rand Corporation imply that over two-thirds of the U.S. demand for cocaine is accounted for by chronic users.

Cocaine addiction may result in:

Starting your journey to being drug free can be one of the hardest things which is why we are there to support you from beginning to end. Often times our clients are experiencing withdrawal when they first come to us which can be a physical and emotional rollercoaster. Phoenix drug detox monitors you closely and offers medical assistance to help your detoxification go as smoothly as possible. Offering you a helping hand through this process is our trained medical staff and licensed therapists who are on call to give you the best care available.

Methamphetamine

The use of methamphetamine (also known as meth) has seen a sudden rise in the past 15 years. An estimated 11 million people have tried this drug rising from just about 4.7 million in 1994. Made from a synthetic chemical, meth is devastating for the human body. Ranging from loss of appetite and increased blood pressure to liver and lung damage and other infectious diseases, meth is one of the most dangerous illicit drugs.

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