What to Expect at Our Florida Painkiller Detox

If you are seeking a painkiller detox center in the Stuart, Florida area, Coastal Detox offers you a solution. Painkillers are a fast-growing problem across the United States, and addiction can happen to anyone. If you are tired of dependence on painkillers and want to break free, a painkiller detox can help.

The Painkiller Addiction Epidemic

Most painkillers fall under the category of opioids. Examples of opioid painkillers include: Morphine, Fentanyl, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone and more. Brand names you may be familiar man talking to therapist about painkiller addictionwith, and that are commonly prescribed include: Vicodin, Codeine, Norco, Oxycontin, Percocet and Dilaudid.

Opioid addiction has been a problem since production of the substance began. People not only use painkillers for their pain-relieving properties but also for their euphoric effect. In recent years, painkiller abuse has skyrocketed, especially with newer medications such as Oxycontin becoming popular with students. Painkiller addiction is also common in the senior citizen community.

Millions of Americans struggle with painkiller addiction, and while steps are being taken to prevent opiate abuse and addiction, there are people right now who need help.

How To Know When You Need Help From A Florida Painkiller Detox 

Painkillers are effective when used correctly. Thanks to these medications, people are able to manage post-surgery pain and pain from injuries and chronic conditions. Opioids have been a lifesaver and are a necessary, and safe tool in medicine.

However, opioids are highly addictive and very dangerous. Anyone using painkillers is potentially risking an overdose or other health complication, even when used as directed. This is why taking these medications must be done under the supervision of a physician.

Tolerance, dependence, and addiction are also a risk. Again, even when used as directed, a person can become physically and psychologically dependent on painkillers. Here are some signs that you or someone you love may have a problem:

  • You find that the painkillers “aren’t working” or that the effects wear off sooner than they used to.
  • You are running out of your prescription before you should, and having to find alternative ways to obtain medication, such as using someone else’s prescription, buying pills or going to the emergency room.
  • You get sick when you go too long without painkillers.
  • Getting painkillers has become a priority in your life; you put it before other activities or responsibilities.
  • You feel the need to cover up your painkiller use, or minimize it.
  • You are withdrawing from family and friends, you don’t enjoy activities that you used to enjoy.
  • You become anxious or agitated when you are running low or have run out of painkillers.
  • Friends or family have come to you with concerns about painkiller use.
  • You have tried to quit using painkillers but couldn’t, or started using them again.

If any of these red flags sounds familiar, a Stuart, Florida painkiller detox center can help you put opioid dependence and addiction behind you for good.

Getting Help At A Florida Painkiller Detox 

One of the biggest challenges that initially face someone who wants to stop using painkillers 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 painkillers, the detox process begins, and your body goes into withdrawal. This process causes a variety of symptoms that are painful and trigger severe, flu-like symptoms.clients free from painkiller addiction

If you struggle with painkiller addiction, you may have tried to detox on your own and found you couldn’t. 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 as well. For most people, it’s just too much. Getting more pills seems like the only viable solution, especially when you have to continue on with responsibilities at work or at home. Many will try time and time again to go through painkiller detox on their own, and fail.

There is a better way. A painkiller detox center in Stuart, Florida can make the process easier. Instead of going it alone, you can “Sail through Detox” in a luxury facility where you can heal and recover in comfortable, friendly and compassionate surroundings. Medically assisted detox helps you get through withdrawal comfortably and safely, and treatments such as massage, chiropractic care, vitamin therapy and counseling can soothe and nurture you while you recuperate.

Sail Through Detox At Coastal Detox Center

Are you tired of painkillers running 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. You will enjoy chef-prepared meals, one-on-one medical care and a supportive, nurturing environment. You don’t have to go through detox alone, Coastal Detox is there for you, and provides top-notch, confidential care in a state-of-the-art facility. Let us help you Sail through detox today!

Content Reviewed by Jacklyn Steward

Jacklyn StewardJacklyn is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and an EMDR trained trauma therapy specialist with over 6 years of experience in the field of addiction. She has a Masters Degree in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling from Nova Southeastern University.