Burnsville Alcohol and Drug Rehab Is the Best Choice for Lasting Recovery
Xanax addicts are always thinking about obtaining xanax when they are out of it. The drug becomes their primary focus in life and they cannot survive without it. Withdrawal symptoms are particularly bad for this drug which is why it is said that prevention is better than addiction. Cognitive problems can arise which makes it difficult for a person to construct proper words or sentences.
With the use of xanax, tolerance is built up in an instant. Consequently more and more of the drug is needed with no satisfaction in sight. The worse thing is, when users cannot find access to this drug, they start consuming other drugs to take care of their withdrawal symptoms.
The withdrawal symptoms could include:
- Weight loss
- Sleep disorders
- Tingling of hands and feet
In our Burnsville Rehab Center our team of experts help ease the withdrawal symptoms during the weaning off process.
Substance Abuse Programs: How Do I Choose the Best One?
There are many wonderfully effective substance abuse programs throughout the country, but not all of them can meet your individual needs. By calling Affordable Rehab of Burnsville , we can assist you in identifying those needs and help you locate a substance abuse treatment program that’s capable of meeting them. Some of the questions you may want to consider when looking for a substance abuse treatment program are:
- Does it have its own medical detox program?
- Is it JCAHO accredited?
- Does its facility provide dual diagnosis treatment?
- Does its facility provide a variety of addiction treatment programs?
- Does it provide family treatment?
- Does it include a relapse prevention program?
- If you happen to be gay, lesbian or bisexual, is this a "gay-friendly" facility?
- What credentialing does the staff have?
- Are the physicians trained in addiction medicine and certified through ASAM (American Society of Addiction Medicine)?
- Does it accept health insurance?
The reliance on opiates as an external supply source to cure pain becomes essential to consumption due to degeneration of the nerve cells. Opiates damage the brain cells in a way that the nerve system is unable to produce endorphins. Endorphins, also known as endogenous opiates are the natural painkillers that the body produces to cure pain initially.
In the absence of endorphins, the body is unable to stop pain making a person physically and psychologically dependent on opiate for the purpose of removing pain and inducing sleep.
The Harmful Effects
The following are only short descriptions of the harmful effects prescription drug abuse causes:
A. Your mood will be the first visible and palpable receiver of the side effects. You will go from being calm and enjoying a mental peace to irritability and anxiety. Several times the behavior of those who abuse drugs is difficult to understand to others. Therefore, prescription drug abuse also causes drifts in relationships.
B. From nausea to vomiting to drowsiness to dependency, you will be in for a long list of physiological damage. Besides, many times, the drug can also cause severe damage to the organs and different parts of the body. The sudden changes in mood and the rise and fall in the fight or flight can have long term health risks. Additionally, high blood pressure and rapid changes in the body temperature alongside irregular heartbeat are other effects of unwanted drug intake.
C. Difficulty in understanding and adapting to everyday life is also very common. When you abuse prescription drugs it often has an impact on the nervous system. This may result in slowing the mental functioning to causing confusion in the messages that are sent from the brain to the different body parts. Prescription drug abusers have also been reported to develop paranoia.
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What To Expect:
- Professional Treatment that Works
- Privacy and Confidentiality
- Comfortable and Clean Facilities
- 12-Step Small Group Therapy
- Safe Medically Supervised Detox and Rehab
- A Complete Dual Diagnosis Rehab Facility