PAINKILLER DETOX

WHAT TO EXPECT AT OUR FLORIDA PAINKILLER DETOX

If you are seeking a prescription pain pill addiction detox or addiction treatment center in the Stuart, Florida area, Coastal Detox offers you a personalized solution to recovery from prescription pain pill addiction with inpatient or outpatient detox and addiction treatment services. Prescription pain pill addiction is a fast-growing problem across the United States, and prescription pain pill addiction can happen to anyone because it carries less stigma than other opiate addictions.

Due largely to the fact that prescription pain pills are prescribed by a doctor, once someone becomes addicted to prescription pain pills, they assume the side effects and withdrawal symptoms are normal and often do not seek help or treatment. If your life or someone you know, has become unmanageable or if you are tired of dependence on prescription pain pills and want to break free, our addiction detox and addiction treatment program at Coastal Detox can help.

An Overview of Prescription Pain Pill Abuse And Addiction

Prescription pain pill abuse and addiction have been a problem since the production of the substance began. Prescription pain pill addiction has reached an epidemic level in the United States in recent years. The prevalence of prescription pain pill addiction escalated rapidly beginning in the late 1990s, requiring a significant increase in research by medical professionals to better understand the nature and treatment of the growing problem of prescription pain pill addiction. 

Most prescription pain pills fall under the category of opioids. People not only use prescription pain pills for their pain-relieving properties but also for their euphoric effect, making it more likely for someone to abuse or become addicted. In recent years, prescription pain pill abuse and addiction has skyrocketed, especially with medications such as Oxycontin becoming popular with young people and students. Prescription pain pill addiction, unfortunately, is also common in the senior citizen community.

Millions of Americans struggle with prescription pain pill addiction, and while steps are being taken to prevent opiate abuse and addiction, there are people right now who need help and that’s why centers like Coastal Detox exist.

Examples of Opioid Pain Pills Include: 

Prescription pain pills are effective when used correctly and as directed. Thanks to these popular pain medications, people are able to manage post-surgery pain and pain from injuries and other chronic medical conditions. Opioids have been a lifesaver and are a necessary, and safe tool in practicing effective medicine if they are not abused.

However, opioids are highly addictive and are very dangerous. Anyone using prescription pain pills is potentially at risk for addiction, overdose, or other serious health complications, even when used as directed by your doctor. This is why taking prescription pain pill medications must be done under the supervision of a doctor and open and honest conversations need to be had in order to keep the chances of dependence at a minimum. Tolerance, dependence, and addiction are always a risk. Again, even when used as directed, a person can become physically and psychologically dependent on prescription pain pills.

What Are The Symptoms of Prescription Pain Pill Addiction And Withdrawal?

Symptoms of Prescription Pain Pill Addiction:

Opiate drugs, including prescription pain pills and heroin, can produce withdrawal symptoms just hours after the last dose, and the symptoms can last for up to a week or more. Unassisted withdrawal may not be life-threatening, but it carries a higher chance of relapse. Medications and addiction therapy, accessed in medical detox, give you a better chance at lasting sobriety. 

Symptoms of Prescription Pain Pill Withdrawal:

  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Excessive sweating
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle aches and spasms
  • Paranoia
  • Nausea
  • Aggression
  • Abdominal cramping
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • High blood pressure
  • Dilated pupils
  • Irritability
  • Inability to concentrate

If any of these red flags sound familiar or you are experiencing prescription pain pill withdrawal, contact Coastal Detox in beautiful Stuart, Florida, and let us help you put opioid dependence and addiction behind you for good.

Overcoming Prescription Pill Addiction: Step One – Detoxification (Detox)

One of the biggest challenges that initially face someone who wants to stop using prescription pain pills is the detox process. When you have developed a physical dependence on the drug, your body comes to rely on regular doses of it. When you go too long without prescription pain pills, the detox process begins, and your body goes into withdrawal because of your addiction. This process causes a variety of symptoms that are painful and trigger severe, flu-like symptoms.

If you struggle with prescription pain pill addiction, you may have tried to detox on your own and found you could not do it successfully. The symptoms are powerful, and not only do you have to contend with physical withdrawal symptoms, but you must battle the mental and emotional effects of addiction as well. For most people, it’s just too much to do on their own. Getting more prescription pain pills seems like the only viable solution, especially when you have to continue on with responsibilities. Many will try time and time again to go through prescription pain pill detox on their own and fail.

There IS a better way! An addiction detox center along the Treasure Coast in sunny Stuart, Florida can make the process easier. Instead of going through it alone, you can sail through detox in a luxury facility. You can begin to heal and recover in a comfortable, friendly, and compassionate surroundings. Medically assisted detox helps you get through prescription pain pill addiction withdrawal comfortably and safely, and treatments such as massage, chiropractic care, vitamin therapy, and counseling can soothe and nurture you while you recuperate.

Prescription Pill Addiction Detox Drugs:

Methadone is orally effective, long-acting- thus producing smoother withdrawal – and safe.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved sublingual Buprenorphine in 2002. It can be used for office-based treatment of prescription pain pill detox or maintenance of opioid dependence. Buprenorphine is long-acting, safe, and effective by the sublingual route.

The antihypertensive, α2-adrenergic agonist drug Clonidine has been used to facilitate opioid withdrawal in both inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment settings for over 25 years.

Hypotensive effects may limit the optimal dosing of Clonidine for opioid withdrawal and detox. Lofexidine, may be as effective as Clonidine for opioid withdrawal and detox with less hypotension and sedation.

Suboxone is a partial opioid agonist medication used to treat opiate dependence that contains buprenorphine and naloxone. This drug can be an effective medication to aid in recovery from opiate dependence. It is also a detox drug that is taken for long periods of time after the user has stopped taking other addictive opioids and continues addiction treatment. 

After Prescription Pill Addiction Detox: Inpatient or Outpatient Addiction Treatment?

After you complete prescription pill addiction detox you’ll need to decide whether an inpatient or outpatient addiction treatment program is best for you. Each type of program has advantages and disadvantages. It’s important to consider all facets of the recovery process. Also consider your own personal needs when choosing the right kind of treatment to overcome addiction. The medical professionals at Coastal Detox can assist you with coming up with the right treatment program for you after detox. 

Inpatient Prescription Pill Addiction Treatment

After prescription pain pill addiction detox, the focus moves from allowing substances to clear from the body and stabilizing the person throughout the withdrawal process to developing the skills to stay sober long term through counseling, therapy, and education about addiction and recovery.

Many people looking to find lasting recovery from prescription pain pill addiction seek care in an inpatient addiction treatment program. A defining characteristic of inpatient addiction treatment is that the person resides at the facility for the duration of the addiction treatment. Most inpatient addiction treatment programs last from 28 to 90 days depending on the specific needs and preferences of the client.

Outpatient Prescription Pill Addiction Treatment

In contrast to inpatient addiction treatment programs, outpatient treatment allows clients to live at home outside of treatment hours. This allows them to continue engaging with work or school and the ability to fulfill other personal and family responsibilities. Recovering clients will attend group and individual therapy sessions each week. If needed they can meet regularly with a psychiatrist for medication to manage withdrawal, cravings, and any existing mental health issues. The treatment provided in an outpatient addiction treatment program is similar to that provided in an inpatient addiction treatment program but is somewhat less intensive.

Outpatient Addiction Treatment Programs – Types of Therapy:

This therapy helps participants become aware of unhealthy thoughts and behaviors and provides strategies to change to healthier ones.

This therapy provides specific incentives or rewards to help people develop regular behaviors such as attending therapy or maintaining sobriety.

This therapy works to identify and modify any feelings that might be barriers to treatment and long term sobriety.

This type of therapy works to help families function better, especially in cases involving adolescents with drug or alcohol problems.

Sail Through Detox And Treatment At Coastal Detox

Are you tired of prescription pain pill addiction ruining your life? Take control and call Coastal Detox Center today. Our 12,500 square foot facility offers luxury accommodations and amenities in a gorgeous Treasure Coast setting located in beautiful and sunny Stuart, Florida. You will enjoy chef-prepared meals, one-on-one specialized medical care, and a supportive, nurturing environment.

You don’t have to go through detox or addiction treatment alone. Coastal Detox is there for you, and provides top-notch, confidential care in a state-of-the-art facility. We can remove those stresses by helping you find the right prescription pill addiction detox and treatment program. Contact us today to start the road to recovery.

Connor Barton
Connor Barton
2022-06-03
Verified
The staff here is amazing. Caring and attentive. I finally kicked the sticks and couldn’t be happier.
Jacob Rashid
Jacob Rashid
2022-06-03
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So nice to have Grandma back to her old self. She has struggled with xannies for as long as I can remember. The staff were so attentive and met her where she was, not where they wanted her to be. Thank you Coastal Detox!
Tara Payne
Tara Payne
2022-05-20
Verified
I struggled with alcohol addiction for most of my life. After many tries nothing worked.It was my 43rd birthday and I wasn't gonna see 44 if I didn't get help. I called around and found Coastal. So glad I did. I am so grateful for EVERYONE there. This beautiful facility is not just a detox. They actually have programs to help you learn to live a sober life and enjoy being yourself again! Entire staff is awesome! (Ms Diana ❤️ and Mrs Karen ❤️)They really understand how your feeling as most are in recovery also. If your looking for some help please give them a call. I give them 10+stars. Five months sober now!!! Thank you Coastal!!!
Bob Hawkins
Bob Hawkins
2022-05-04
Verified
The entire staff of Coastal is great, the therapists, the nurses, the techs, everyone. It’s a great environment to begin your recovery in. As an added perk, the food is some of the best you’ll ever have thanks to the chefs.
Tony Givens
Tony Givens
2022-05-04
Verified
My experience at coastal detox was very good, the staff there is terrific. They helped me get through the process of detox in a safe and professional manor.
Jodi Silverman Goldberg
Jodi Silverman Goldberg
2022-03-21
Verified
It been almost a year!! Thank y’all
Matthew Mcnulty
Matthew Mcnulty
2022-03-07
Verified
This is the top tier Rehab/Detox center in Southeast FL. I’ve heard nothing but good things about them. Their attention to detail is impressive. They specialize in treating alcohol abuse among several other conditions. If you or a loved one are looking for a blueprint on how to sober up…Coastal Detox will lead you there.
Mary Katz
Mary Katz
2022-02-26
Verified
My experience with Coastal has been one of empathy, kindness and family. From Admissions to Nurses to techs I have never felt so cared for. Food and drink 24/7. Coastal is a place I went twice. First time 14 days next 6days later for another 11. At 59 and umpteen detoxes Coastal by far is Heaven Sent! As a Nutritionist and Trainer, I'm so happy to be back....the Mary ,who was lost:)
vicky ehr
vicky ehr
2022-01-29
Verified
Great place . Helped me so much I am a 64 year old woman and this place got me sober with dignity and kindness. I highly recommend it plus the food is incredible. Rooms are really well laid out. 2 guys to a room . Each bed has its own t.v with head sets so you dont bother your roomate. Take an extra pillow and comfort blanket from home. At least 3 pairs of pj’ s sock and shoes and comfortable clothing fit. You do your own laundry there. I will send you the link to look at. After thinking all morning this is hands down the place for you. Lots of young people and fantastic therapists. For my wonderful son who suffers. From addiction the way I do.

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