One of the most common prescription painkillers is Vicodin, a highly-addictive, combination pain medication that consists of an opiate and acetaminophen. Not everyone who uses Vicodin does so legally, though, and people who abuse Vicodin face numerous negative side effects, some of which can be lethal.
For those who are ready to put these effects behind them before it's too late, True Recovery provides individualized Vicodin addiction treatment programs that can help you make a successful recovery and lay a foundation for your drug-free future.
Vicodin Addiction Signs
When a person is addicted to Vicodin, they may exhibit certain signs or experience symptoms that can potentially alert loved ones that there is a problem.
Some common signs of Vicodin addiction include:
- Drowsiness, lack of focus and confusion
- Mood swings
- Blurred vision
- Constricted pupils
- Ringing in the ears or headaches
The dangers of Vicodin addiction are real, as users can overdose and slip into comas or have seizures. They can also die of heart failure due to overdose.
Vicodin Addiction Treatment
Vicodin addiction treatment is crucial for people who want to stop taking the drug, and at True Recovery, we can help you get your life back. After going through any necessary detoxification or inpatient programs, we can help you transition to a structured outpatient program.
Outpatient programs are great for those serious about their recovery but who don’t have the flexibility available to be in a full-time inpatient program. Learn more about our outpatient services here.
Vicodin Addiction Treatment in Orange County
We provide extended-care outpatient programs in Newport Beach, CA that include addiction counseling, and along the way we help you discover your life’s passion, which can be used to guide you toward a drug-free future. This level of customized care can also be affordable since we accept most private insurance plans.
You can fill out our insurance verification form and we’ll be in touch.
Call us today at (866)-399-6528 to speak with an admissions counselor, available to take your call 24 hours a day, or fill out our contact form. Regardless of whether this is the first time you are seeking help or you’ve relapsed, we can help you end your Vicodin addiction.