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Opium Abuse and Polydrug Addiction: How is It Treated?

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Opium is often abused with other substances, which can quickly lead to polydrug addiction. Call 877-743-0081 (Who Answers?) today to find treatment for any substance abuse disorders you currently have as well as to receive advice on the best way to recover.

How Common is Polydrug Addiction and Opium Abuse?

According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, many people consistently abuse opium along with other substances, partially because the two drugs can cause more intense effects this way and because opium can sometimes be difficult to find in large quantities. “For example, ‘Black’ is a combination of marijuana, opium, and methamphetamine, and ‘Buddha’ is potent marijuana spiked with opium.”

The drugs mentioned above can all create addiction syndromes and will require professional treatment when an individual becomes addicted. This is why the abuse of opium is not only dangerous on its own, but those who do abuse the drug will often need to be tested for additional addiction syndromes and other issues as well.

Treating Polydrug Addiction in Opium Addiction Recovery

Polydrug Addiction

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is an effective treatment option for polydrug addiction.

Opium can cause a severe withdrawal syndrome, but any other substances that the individual may be dependent on can cause other symptoms as well. According to the National Library of Medicine, “Urine or blood tests to screen for drugs can confirm opiate use” as well as the use of other addictive drugs. If you know you have been abusing other substances consistently along with opium, it is important to be honest so you can receive the most beneficial and comprehensive treatment possible.

Once your physician knows which substances you are addicted to and what your treatment program will require, you can begin to recover slowly from your addictions. It is often much safer for those who are struggling with multiple addictions to attend inpatient rehab, as this type of program offers more treatment options and provides more intensive care. In addition, many people who consistently abuse multiple substances suffer from co-occurring mental disorders, which will require treatment that is simultaneous with addiction rehab.

Behavioral therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, contingency management, the Matrix Model, motivational enhancement therapy, and group therapy, may all be used in different ways to help treat your addictions.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is especially beneficial for treating multiple addictions as well as co-occurring disorders because the program helps patients change the way they view their substance abuse and learn better coping skills for the future.

All withdrawal symptoms will be treated as they occur to make sure you do not suffer during your recovery, and your addictions will also need to be treated simultaneously because if one goes without professional care, it could lead to a relapse for both.

Once you find the right treatment program, you can begin to recover from all issues you have associated with your opium abuse and any other drugs you have taken in addition to it.

How Dangerous is Opium Abuse?

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