Medically Assisted Detox
Opiate-abuse has aggravated as global cataclysms in the recent years. Specifically, heroin-overdose cases have multiplied since the 2000s and by 2013 the number multiplied exorbitantly. Statistics support that by 2013, nearly 250 million fatalities have happened due to opiate-related-overdose in the United States. Opiate-withdrawals are excruciatingly painful (psychologically and physically) and detoxing without assistance can be lethal or a failure. To detox from heroin-abuse choose a detox-center. We will be happy to serve if you choose Gravity Treatment Centers. Be it timely medical interventions or drug therapy or meditation and other sessions, our staff is competent to handle such cases. We assure you a smooth, safe and easy transitioning through heroin-detox. Contact our toll-free numbers today!
Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms
Opioids which include fentanyl, prescription painkillers, heroin, and carfentanil can be psychologically as well as physically addictive. Painkillers can be easily available in the drug-stores and frequent use can turn into abuse. Some of the opiates are short-acting and some others are vice-versa. The withdrawal symptoms for short-acting opiates are instant (as early as two hours after the recent use) and for long-acting opiates it can take a few days. The longer the time gap between the last use and the pain, the higher will be the severity of the pain. The typical symptoms for withdrawal include intense drug-cravings, restlessness, perturbing anxiety, nausea, cold sweats, diarrhoea, vomiting, constant sneezing, abdominal-muscle-joint pain, muscle spasms, restlessness and the like. The withdrawal symptoms can generate excruciating pain. Hence, cold turkey opiate-detox can prove to be deadly. Opiate-detox can be very tricky because the painkillers can be administered as a cure for pain management. But, Gravity Treatment Centers urges you to come to our detox-centers. Our competent staff will help you through this transition phase in a safe, smooth and comfortable way.
Getting Help For Opiate Abuse
Seeking help has never been easy. It shows one’s weaker side; it shows one’s helplessness. This space between seeking help and continued drug-abuse is filled with pride, helplessness and lack of acceptance of the same. But, in the case of drug-abuse, seeking help becomes an urgent issue. The earlier an abuser seeks help, the better it is for them and their family. Sometimes, those who seek help at the detox-center can also show the problem of absenteeism. Plethora of excuses such as work/personal/family commitments, health and other reasons can be given. If you or your dear one is prey to drug-abuse, remember, Gravity Treatment Centers is here to help. The earlier the medical intervention, the higher are the chances for long-term sobriety. Seek help! Call us on our toll-free number today! We promise to keep your information and identity confidential!