Rest assured that they will only be administered by experience medical professionals for the appropriate period of time. Additionally, before going ahead and prescribing a certain medication you will go through a clinical assessment to ensure that you are safe to receive the treatment. The best most effective way while being safe is through medically supervised detox inside a rehabilitation centre. They will begin the process of doing an evaluation to find the best way to treat your prescription drug addiction and create a detox plan tailored to you. The body reacts in this severe way during the withdrawal phase because the chemical process inside your brain was disrupted. GABA receptors reduce the activity of your nerve cells meaning that if you attempt to detox yourself of prescription drugs by yourself it can be dangerous and recommended to seek out medical supervision inside rehab centres.
The prescribed medications will include strong sedatives and sleeping pills, so your body can adjust gradually to withdrawal symptoms. Our medical treatment avoids risks of sudden seizures or fits, and the uncomfortable symptoms caused by sudden withdrawal from drugs. Detoxing alone will not provide a complete treatment for drug addiction in any of its forms, so ongoing rehabilitation and support is recommended. Drug addiction and withdrawal have psychological and physical effects that can be extremely distressing for clients and close family members.
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The struggle with prescription drug addiction is that some individuals think these are safe due to the fact they have been prescribed by a doctor. However, despite this, these drugs are still very dangerous and should only be consumed as advised by a professional. Dangers surrounding prescription drug addiction are similar to those of most other addiction. Should prescription drug addiction be a problem in your case, we can refer you to a treatment provider ready and willing to help. Treatment for prescription drug addiction is found throughout the UK at private clinics, outpatient facilities, and more. We also offer prescription drug assessments and other advice free of charge.
The rehab team of professional staff support at our rehab in Warwickshire and monitor residents 24/7 safely though any medically assisted drug detox. The staff ensure that any drug or alcohol withdrawal symptoms are well controlled. It is recommended that you undertake prescription drugs detox at a 24h medically supervised inpatient rehab facility. They will be able to monitor your withdrawal symptoms closely and act accordingly.
Through the employment of our prescription drug addiction treatment programmes, you will withdraw from the drug that you have become addicted to in a safe environment. You will be surrounded by medical professionals and recovery specialists that will provide you with around the clock care. Alongside our high-quality treatment options, clients will usually reside within our rehab facility, offering around-the-clock care and recovery resources.
With this in mind, we appreciate that a form of medication will be required, usually found through a replacement drug. For some individuals, following dosage recommendations for prescription drugs is second nature. Yet, for others, this can be very difficult, down to addictive tendencies. It helps individuals identify, reorganise, and change unhelpful behaviours that are maintaining an addiction to drugs. It helps individuals identify risk factors and introduces ways of coping to prevent relapse. Clients will receive a medical assessment to understand drug use over time.
Successfully meeting your individual treatment needs
Drug tolerance and dependence don’t always occur through drug abuse; they can develop slowly over time from taking an addictive prescribed drug or over-the-counter medicine for a prolonged period. It removes the drug you are addicted to from your body, and medical detox manages symptoms. A lack of out-of-pocket funding for addiction treatment should never be a barrier for those seeking sobriety. Whilst paying for residential rehab privately is undoubtedly the fast way to begin treatment, this does not mean there are not alternative ways of starting treatment. This involves a short assessment conducted with a suitably qualified addiction treatment practitioner. Many of our helpline representatives are themselves in recovery, so we know exactly what you or a loved one are going through.
This means you could be exposed to situations and pressures that make it very difficult to avoid drugs. This is why we have launched our detox from home programmes, allowing patients around the UK a healthy, proven and stress-free way to detox themselves from drugs at home with 24/7 support. We understand that attending a detox centre as an inpatient can not only be worrying and stressful for some people but can also intrude on your life and be very difficult to find the time for. With an outpatient programme, you will still receive high-quality drug detox services.
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We urge you to choose to get help for your prescription drug addiction before it’s too late. If you are willing to call our helpline, one of our trained counsellors will immediately get you started on the road to recovery. We want to see you break free from your addiction to live a substance-free life. Addiction Helper is here to assist you in the process of finding and enrolling in a prescription drug detox programme. We work with qualified and certified private clinics, charitable organisations, support groups, professional counsellors, and the NHS. Somewhere out there is a detox programme that is right for you; our job is to assess your circumstances and find that programme.
If you depend on a drug of any kind, then a medical detox is the safest way to come off that drug. It is also the most successful way; temptation is removed, and drug cravings are dramatically reduced with detox medication and supportive therapy. Dangerous withdrawal symptoms from drugs can become life-threatening if not promptly treated.