5 Things About Opiate Detox Florida Newcomers Discover in Residential Treatment

Opioid addiction is approaching epidemic proportions in the U.S. and it shows no sign of abating; drug overdose causes more accidental deaths in the U.S. than any other factor. Newcomers to residential opiate detox in Florida may not realize that according to current estimates, costs related to drug, tobacco and alcohol addiction approach $100 billion annually. These costs include health care expense, lost productivity at work, and crime.

One reason for the increase in opioid addiction is the prevalence of the drug. Most people associate it with heroin, but opiates are present in many other drugs, including:

  • Codeine
  • Morphine
  • Buprenorphine
  • Oxycodone
  • Methadone
  • Oxycontin
  • Fentanyl
  • Tramadol

Current estimates indicate that more than 2 million people in the U.S. are addicted to prescription opiates, so using a prescription drug doesn’t mean that you won’t become addicted. Using less than you need can certainly help prevent addiction but it also defeats the purpose of using a painkiller.

How Do Opioids Work?

In response to pain, your body produces natural painkillers. Your body has opioid receptors that bind with the natural opioids in your body to alleviate your pain. These natural analgesics in your body interrupt the pain messages sent by your central nervous system so that your pain subsides but an influx of opioids, such as in addiction, can negate the beneficial effects of your body’s natural painkillers.

Do All Opioids Work The Same?

Different opioids work differently in the body, which partially contributes to the rise in opioid addiction in the U.S. Some painkillers are more potent, some are effective for longer, some are more effective for severe pain, others are better for mild pain. Pain is a necessary component of the body – without it, you could be severely damaged and be unaware of the fact. The pain from a small cut, however, is insignificant compared to the pain from a ruptured disk in your spine, hence the need for the different types of painkillers.

Man-made opioids are much stronger than those released by your body. When you take synthetic painkillers, your body’s natural opioids may not be released because your receptors are already flooded with the substance. Some types of opioids won’t provide additional pain relief if the dosage is increased, others will. The type of opioid used will depend on the degree and severity of the pain.

Do I Need Help With The Addiction Or The Recovery?

Although the addiction may generate physiological issues such as lethargy and constipation, it’s the symptoms of withdrawal that need to be addressed in a detox facility. Depending on the severity and duration of the addiction, withdrawal can be painful and occasionally lethal if not properly supervised and treated. Recovery will help you get over the addiction and it will supervise your withdrawal so that it’s safe and effective.

If you’re addicted to opioids, it’s crucial that you not attempt recovery on your own. The body can have serious reactions to the withdrawal process and you need professionals who are trained to recognize the harmful symptoms of withdrawal and who know how to treat them.

Why Do I Feel Ashamed Of My Addiction?

Addiction can occur to anyone, it’s not something to be ashamed of. You’re taking the first steps for treatment and that’s the most important factor. Untreated, addiction can wreck or end your life. Seeking treatment for your opioid addiction can prolong your life, help restore your relationships, and help you regain your self-esteem and self-confidence.

The prevalence of prescription painkillers have contributed to the rise of the current opioid addiction epidemic. Addiction can happen before you’re aware of anything but the desire to eliminate your pain. Unfortunately, opioids provide a pleasurable sensation in addition to eliminating your pain, so you can become addicted before you’re aware of it. Many who are addicted to opioids didn’t start with black-market substances so don’t castigate yourself if you are in need of a detox program.

How Do I Keep From Having A Relapse?

In our friendly and relaxed detox centers, you’ll meet many others who are experiencing the same issues that you are. You’ll find support groups and individuals that will help you alter your habits so that you’re less likely to relapse. There are alternatives to painkillers and you’ll learn new ways to help you cope with pain when you’ve had an accident, surgery, or experienced another event that precipitates physical pain.

Drug addiction has three facets. It is a:
-Chronic disease
-Primary disease
-Relapsing disease

In our residential detox program, you’ll learn how to cope with all three facets of this insidious disease that can destroy your health as well as your relationships and family life. We want to help you recover and life a long, healthy, and happy life.

If You’re Addicted To Opioids

Call our friendly and compassionate center  and let us help you get started on the road to recovery from your opioid addiction. We can help you regain your life and family and regain the self-confidence to find a job. Addiction can destroy your self-confidence and your self-esteem and we can help with that.

Each recovery program is unique to the individual because each addiction is unique to the individual. When you call us, we’ll ask you some brief questions and set an appointment time for you to come to our facility. We’ll be happy to answer all your questions and provide you with the best treatment regimen we can. We have an excellent track record of helping individuals overcome their opiate addiction and get their life back, free of pharmaceutical interference. We can help you find the pleasure that comes from a life well lived rather than one dominated by opioid addiction.

If you’re ready to regain control of your life, we can help you. Call us now at 877-978-3125. We have counselors available to help you 24/7 so whenever you’re ready to call, we’re ready to help you.

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  • The place is super nice with absolutely amazing food. Like 5 star restaurant quality food. The staff and therapist definitely care about every client and want what’s best for them. This isn’t one of the sketchy places in Florida that just has a nice website. It really is a great place.

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    2/14/2020
  • Every staff member made this process easier. In the darkest hours they shined light. Judy was absolutely amazing. They helped so much and my family will forever be grateful to everyone there. If you or your loved one needs help, rest assured that they will get the best care.

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    2/13/2020
  • Coastal detox has an amazing clinical and BHT department offering the best care around Martin county. All the staff going above and beyond to assist their patients and families. They always have something different on the menu to serve and it’s always delicious. If you or someone you know if looking for help do not hesitate and call coastal detox.

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    9/19/2018
  • This facility is amazing.I would highly recommend it to anyone struggling with addiction.The entire personnel from Judy,the director to Annie,the outreach coordinator will facilitate a smooth intake process.Your recovery journey awaits you with an on-site therapist in sight .All the tools are here for your ample needs.The techs know directly who to refer you to.,especially Tony and Karen. Confidentiality and professionalism are their top priority. Take the step

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    1/21/2020
  • Coastal Detox is an amazing facility. Caring and professional staff available 24/7. I was dreading going. Now I only wish I had not waited so long. Top shelf facility and I highly recommend it to anyone seeking freedom from any form of addiction.

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