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Painkillers

Painkillers

Painkiller addiction treatment combines medical detox, individualized therapy, and support groups to address the physical and psychological aspects of dependency, leading to lasting recovery.

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The National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey showed that an alarming 5.7% of U.S. adults had at least one prescription opioid in the past month. This number prompted concerns among health officials due to the known risk of addiction to various opioid pain medications.  When we have prescription medications that are being prescribed often, there is increased availability of these medications that can be abused. When someone does not take the entirety of the prescription or lock their medicine cabinets, there is a risk that their medication can be taken or misplaced by individuals who do not have the prescription. Painkiller abuse can lead to an opioid use disorder and the use of other opioids, including heroin and fentanyl. Individuals who misuse and abuse painkillers benefit from painkiller drug rehabs that offer various programs, including detoxification. Find Luxury Rehabs can help you locate the best painkiller drug rehab centers near you, and help you decide which would best fit you and your needs. To learn more about our available services, call Find Luxury Rehabs today!

How Do Painkillers Affect the Brain?

Painkillers affect our brains similarly to other opioids. When an opioid is ingested, it binds to the opioid receptors in our brain, which can relieve the physical pain that we are experiencing. Additionally, opioids can cause our brain to release a surge of a naturally occurring chemical in our brain called Dopamine. Dopamine is a “feel good” chemical that plays a vital role in the development of a substance use disorder. If you have been struggling with painkiller misuse or abuse, you may benefit from a painkiller rehab center near you. Find Luxury Rehabs can help you find the best painkiller drug rehab centers near you and help you compare the different options that you have. To learn more about how our services can support you during your recovery, call Find Luxury Rehabs today!

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What Painkillers Are Most Commonly Abused?

Painkillers are the most commonly abused prescription medications. They outrank stimulants, sedatives, and benzodiazepines. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reported that the most commonly abused pain medications include: Find Luxury Rehabs can help you find the best treatment for painkiller addiction near you. Our staff will match you with local treatment options, based on your unique treatment needs. This can include dual-diagnosis treatment, medication-assisted treatment, and specialized treatment options. To learn more about the treatment options available with Find Luxury Rehabs, call today!

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Codeine

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Morphine

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Fentanyl and analogs

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Oxycodone HCL

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Hydrocodone

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Hydrocodone

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Demerol

What Are the Signs of Painkiller Abuse?

One of the first signs that someone may abuse their pain medication is that they run out too quickly. While they may not be using their medication to get high, they are not taking it as prescribed, which is considered abusing their prescription. If someone feels as though their dose is not providing them relief, they should consult with their prescriber before altering their dosage. Running out of medication can lead to doctor shopping. This is an attempt to obtain medication from a second doctor to supplement the previous prescription. There are medication databases that can help doctors recognize when a patient is doctor-shopping so that the individual is not overprescribed. Developing tolerance and withdrawal symptoms may also be indicative of painkiller abuse. These concerns should be monitored by the prescribing doctor to continuously assess for the risk of dependency. If you have been struggling with painkiller misuse or abuse, Find Luxury Rehabs can help you find the best painkiller drug rehabs available to you. Our staff will take the time to understand your treatment needs, and support you while you determine which program would be the best for you at this time. To learn more about how Find Luxury Recovery can support you, call today!
    01. Increased tolerance to painkillers
    02. Withdrawal symptoms
    03. Continued use despite negative consequences
    04. Neglecting responsibilities at work, school, or home
    05. Changes in mood, such as irritability or depression.

How to Treat an Addiction to Painkillers?

If you have been struggling with the misuse and abuse of painkillers, you would likely benefit from a painkiller rehab center that can provide you with detoxification. Detoxing gives your body to adjust to the changes that naturally occur when you stop using opioids. This can be an uncomfortable or even painful process, which can highlight the importance of receiving medical support. Once your body has withdrawn, your detoxification program will speak with you about your continued treatment options. This will be determined by the severity of your substance use disorder and other treatment needs. Continued treatment options can include inpatient rehab programming, partial hospitalization programming, intensive outpatient programming, aftercare programming, and other outpatient treatment options. Many individuals who are in recovery from opioids, including painkillers, find benefit in 12-step meetings and other peer-led support groups. These groups can provide you with an invaluable source of support and encouragement throughout the various phases of your recovery.
If you have been struggling with the misuse or abuse of painkillers, Find Luxury Rehabs can assist you in finding the best treatment for painkiller addiction. We will work with you to understand your unique treatment needs and help you evaluate your treatment options. This can include the program design, alternative treatment options, specialized treatment options, and amenities offered. Call Find Luxury Rehabs today to learn more!

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