Oxycodone Addiction Treatment

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Oxycodone, available in liquid, tablet or capsule, is an opioid pain medication for moderate to severe pain. Sold under the brand name OxyContin, the commonly prescribed medication is known by various names – Oxy, O.C.’s, Oxycet, Oxycottons, Oxy 80’s and Hillbilly Heroin. OxyContin, the extended-release form, and oxycodone, the immediate-release form, are two different versions of the same opioid. Both oxycodone and OxyContin work by binding to the receptors in the brain and spinal cord to block pain signals and stop the pain.

When taken as prescribed, oxycodone can bring about pain relief, reduce anxiety, cause euphoria and extreme relaxation. However, misuse of the drug can lead to addiction, overdose and even death. When taken regularly, oxycodone hinders the body’s ability to produce opioids naturally, spurring the user to take more of the drug to achieve the desired effect. Eventually, addiction to oxycodone takes hold of one’s life requiring the need for oxycodone addiction treatment at a certified oxycodone addiction treatment center.

Oxycodone Abuse

Commonly supplied under the brand names OxyContin and Percocet, oxycodone works by changing the way the brain responds to pain. Long-term use of oxycodone can have serious psychological and physiological effects.

Developed as an alternative to morphine during World War I and classified as a Schedule II drug, oxycodone has a high potential for abuse and may lead to severe psychological and physical dependence. When abused in higher quantities, oxycodone may cause irregular heartbeat, chest pain, weak muscles and slow breathing. When combined with alcohol, oxycodone can cause severe respiratory problems and may even lead to an overdose.

Oxycodone Addiction Treatment

After a prolonged use, a sudden stoppage of oxycodone produces extreme withdrawal symptoms, including muscle pain, diarrhea, restlessness, increased heart rate and gastrointestinal problems. Though not fatal, withdrawal symptoms from oxycodone can be extraordinarily painful.

Due to uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, individuals seeking oxycodone withdrawal treatment should always seek professional help at certified oxycodone recovery centers. Treatment at an oxycodone rehab depends on the amount, duration and frequency of the drug abused. A comprehensive oxycodone addiction treatment involves a combination of medically supervised detox along with behavioral therapies or counseling sessions.

Treatment for oxycodone addiction usually begins with medically assisted detox. An essential part of oxycodone rehab is detoxification, which helps patients safely eliminate the abused substance from the body while helping them manage acute physical symptoms associated with the discontinuation of the drug. Medication used during detoxification helps in reducing cravings, managing withdrawal symptoms and preventing chance of a relapse.

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Oxycodone Addiction Treatment at Sovereign Health of Florida

Carefully designed treatment programs under licensed health care professional can make oxycodone withdrawal treatment easier and safer. Oxycodone recovery centers of Sovereign Health of Florida offer treatment programs that focus on both the physical and psychological effects of oxycodone withdrawal.

At Sovereign Health of Florida, special emphasis is made on treating patients with a range of evidence-based therapies. Here, the oxycodone treatment, like all our treatment programs, begins with an assessment of the patient’s medical and psychological needs. In addition to helping experts address underlying causes of addiction, a pre-assessment helps develop a personalized treatment program for each patient. We recognize that oxycodone withdrawal treatment is just the first step in oxycodone rehab. In addition to medically assisted detox, treatment for oxycodone addiction includes behavioral therapies and counseling.

All Sovereign Health locations throughout the U.S. follow “The Sovereign Way,” a philosophy that identifies each patient’s unique needs and circumstances by providing personalized treatment plans tailored to his or her specific needs. By arming our patients with necessary life skills and tools, we ensure that they enjoy a complete and lasting recovery. To know more about oxycodone withdrawal treatment programs offered at our facilities, call at our 24/7 helpline number 866-217-5527 or chat online to know about our finest oxycodone rehab centers, near you.

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