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Finding Help for an Addiction to OxyContin

OxyContin addiction is a serious problem among many men and women in the United States today. OxyContin is a prescription medication that’s often prescribed for pain after a surgery or an accident.

It can be very helpful and effective when used properly, but when it’s used improperly or illegally, it can become a terrible, addictive drug that has the power to ruin lives. If you are addicted to OxyContin, you’re in the right place. There’s help for you.

The Health Risks of OxyContin Withdrawal

When you stop using a drug like OxyContin, the body rebels. In this way, the experience can be difficult, and there are also a number of serious health risks of OxyContin withdrawal. It’s not simply an easy process that can be completed without a hitch.

In all likelihood, you already know this. Most patients who come to us with addictions to OxyContin have already tried getting sober on their own. When they realize how difficult and often painful and uncomfortable it is, they decide to come to us for professional help. This is truly your best option.

Finding Help for Your OxyContin Addiction With Rehab

If you have an addiction to OxyContin, you’ll need to seek help at a professional rehab center. At Northlake Recovery in South Florida, we have helped many individuals just like you with OxyContin addictions find the help their need to start new lives.

As you have seen, there are a number of health risks of OxyContin withdrawal, so it’s important to seek professional help instead of trying to get sober at home on your own. The health risks of OxyContin withdrawal include nausea, pain, headaches, trouble sleeping, irritability and other symptoms that may be much worse. During the detox process, you’ll be monitored by a competent medical staff.

Once this phase of the rehab process is finished, you can then start working on yourself and your habits through individualized counseling sessions, as well as evidence-based recovery approaches like peer group therapy. We like to use peer group therapy with our patients because we’ve seen it to be very effective at helping people recover. They can connect with one another and feel supported while they in turn, offer support to others.

When you’re ready to make the commitment to getting sober and off OxyContin, give Northlake Recovery a call. We would love to help you improve yourself so that you no longer have to use this drug as a crutch. Call us at (561)-770-6616 to verify your health insurance benefits. Your new life could start today.

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