Opiate Addiction Treatment

Opioids are naturally occurring and derived from opium poppy plants, but are used in many legal and illegal drugs. Heroin is the most common example, but other types include prescription opioids, such as codeine, morphine, fentanyl, OxyContin (oxycodone), Vicodin (hydrocodone), and other prescription and over-the-counter drugs.

Recognizing Opiate Addiction

The signs and symptoms of opiate use depend on the specific drug that is being used, but some symptoms are common to most opiates. Physical indicators that someone is using opiates include:

  • Euphoria
  • Confusion
  • Constricted pupils
  • Constipation
  • Fluctuations in mood
  • Doctor-shopping (trying to find a doctor that will prescribe an opiate)
  • Sudden money problems
  • Withdrawing socially

Get the Treatment You Deserve

When you attempt to stop using opiates, you will experience withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms are generally not life-threatening, although they can be extremely uncomfortable. The severity and duration of these symptoms depend on factors such as your age, the amount of the drug used, and the severity of the addiction. People who develop an addiction to opiates should first go through detox and rehab, and then transition to more long-term plans. At True Recovery, we walk with you through your treatment plan and provide individual and group therapy, sober living options, and highly-skilled therapists and staff.

The True Recovery Difference

Opiate treatment centers such as True Recovery can help you on your path toward addiction recovery by providing you with a range of treatments in a facility that’s safe, private, and comfortable. Our therapies range from conventional to out-of-the-box and are designed to help you focus on your passions, rather than your vices. Our counselors, staff, and therapists are here with you every step of the way.

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