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Benefits of Inpatient Opium Addiction Treatment

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Opium addiction takes control over every aspect of the person’s life. Their time is usually spent either seeking or using the drug, withdrawing from it, or fighting to stave off the negative health, environmental, social, familial, or economic consequences of it.

Inpatient opium addiction treatment offers the most intensive and comprehensive treatment available for addicts who have lost control over their lives to opium.

Opium Detox

The first step in opium addiction recovery is detox and this process often requires a gradual tapering from the opium dependency using medications such as methadone, buprenorphine, or naltrexone. Withdrawals are physical and psychological and can range in severity according to dependency levels and patterns of use.

Beyond providing symptomatic relief for the cravings and a variety of withdrawal symptoms, inpatient opium detox can benefit the patient by immediately introducing psychosocial services that can maximize subsequent treatment outcomes.

Enforced Sobriety

Opium dependency alters brain chemistry and it takes time to overcome. While methadone or buprenorphine maintenance are effective opium addiction treatments to reduce cravings and withdrawals, they too, can be abused and for some, become another addiction.

Inpatient opium addiction can keep the person on track with their recovery efforts by enforcing the compliance of the patient to remain free from other drugs while following treatment goals regarding prescribed medications.

Specialized Services

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Inpatient rehab helps you focus on your recovery.

According to the NIDA “Effective treatment attends to multiple needs of the individual, not just his or her drug use. To be effective, treatment must address the individual’s drug use and any associated medical, psychological, social, vocational, and legal problems.”

Opium addicts often need help with medical issues regarding diseases such as Hepatitis, AIDs, HIV, STDs, and other infections or physical impairments. They often share needles, are homeless or live in unhealthy environments, are unable to work, have legal issues, become involved in risky or criminal behaviors, and have impaired psychological health.

Specialized services of inpatient opium rehab can address these issues in continuum and improve recovery outcomes by integrating the necessary services of qualified professionals with ongoing treatment plans, making the appropriate revisions along the way.

Counseling and Therapy

Inpatient opium addiction treatment affords the addict access to quality counselors and therapists that can help them identify problem areas regarding their addiction, learn coping mechanisms to remain abstinent, and achieve the goals of a satisfying, hopeful, and productive life.

Time

Opium recovery cannot be done quickly or half-heartedly. Patients benefit from inpatient opium addiction treatment by remaining free from outside influences, receiving optimal focus on recovery, preventing relapse for an extended period of time, and having that time to practice living opium free.

Where do calls go?

For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, our Opium.org helpline is a private, convenient solution.

Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by an admissions representative of Treatment Management Company, a paid sponsor of Opium.org, to help determine whether their treatment programs are an option for you.

Calls to any specific treatment center listed within our directory are answered directly by those facilities.

Our helpline is offered at no cost to you and carries no obligation to enter into treatment. No commission or other fee is ever paid to Opium.org that is dependent upon whether you enter treatment, or which treatment provider you ultimately choose.

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