Don’t let the pain of withdrawal, or the fear of failure, keep you trapped in the downward spiral of Roxicodone addiction. Our detox professionals can keep you safe and comfortable as you take your first steps on the path toward long-term recovery.
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Roxicodone, a prescription painkiller containing oxycodone, is a highly potent opioid substance that is typically prescribed to treat moderate to severe physical pain. When this substance is abused, it can unfortunately lead to the development of an addiction that can entirely decimate all areas of one’s life. From one’s family, social, and work life, an addiction to an opioid like Roxicodone can permeate into one’s entire existence in a manner where his or her life is at risk.
Provided the extreme harm that an addiction to Roxicodone can cause, seeking care at a treatment center is almost always needed in order to help an individual break through the chains of this type of addiction. For those who do not seek out professional care, the effects of that decision can include irreversible damage to one’s mental and physical health. Additionally, death becomes a possibility if an overdose occurs. Considering these effects, it is smart to consider participating in care that includes both therapeutic treatments and detoxification (or detox) services, such as those offered at Blue Ridge in Georgia. These services are a part of care that work to address the physical aspects of addiction in the beginning stages of recovery. These services can also help men and women set a foundation for themselves that will help them eventually achieve sobriety and a Roxicodone-free life.
What Happens During Roxicodone Withdrawal
Roxicodone withdrawal can be one of the most excruciating types of drug withdrawal. When an individual has abused a prescription opioid, like Roxicodone, to the point where his or her body has become adjusted to its presence, withdrawal symptoms are likely to develop as soon as the individual is no longer abusing this substance.
Withdrawing from Roxicodone can include symptoms such as strong cravings, bodily aches and pains, and feeling ill. Since these symptoms can be disruptive and upsetting, many individuals relapse. However, if an individual participates in treatment including detox, not only can he or she be more comfortable during the withdrawal process, but he or she can also obtain the skills needed to make strides towards achieving a recovered life.
Why Consider Roxicodone Detoxification at Blue Ridge Mountain Recovery Center
As one of the leading providers of addiction treatment in Georgia, Blue Ridge is pleased to provide high-quality detox services to those in need. Clients can benefit from our team’s expertise and enjoy a truly life-changing treatment environment that promotes healing. Every client will be made comfortable and will receive continual support and encouragement so he or she can feel well cared for and included in a strong recovery community. For these reasons and more, Blue Ridge is one of the most optimal places to develop an opioid-free life.
Long-Term Benefits of Detox for Roxicodone Addiction
When someone does not get treatment for an addiction to Roxicodone, or if he or she does not engage in detox services, the results can be catastrophic. For those who are physically dependent on opioids, one or more relapses can occur if he or she does not get treatment, which can prevent him or her from ending his or her addiction for good. However, those who do engage in detox services will have a greater likelihood of preventing relapse and continuing to live healthy lives.
Participation in a detox services lets an individual obtain the health and peace of mind that is required to fully understand how and why his or her Roxicodone addiction developed. With both of these benefits, an individual is able to partake in the program, which will allow him or her to establish confidence and a skill set that will prevent future Roxicodone abuse in the future.
For those who are prepared to begin a highly transformative experience that includes detox, please reach out to us at Blue Ridge right now. We have a strong reputation in Georgia and elsewhere for helping those in need achieve sobriety and long-term recovery, and we are confident that we can help you or a loved one as well.
Most addictions, including addiction to Roxicodone, co-exist with another mental illness. These co-occurring disorders include:
- Depressive disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Borderline personality disorder
- Bipolar disorder
- Conduct disorders
- Antisocial personality disorder