Dilaudid Treatment and Rehab

Treating a Dilaudid addiction usually involves a carefully monitored detox process, medications for withdrawal and counseling for underlying issues that led to drug abuse.

Dilaudid (Hydromorphone) Treatment

Woman and sceneryBreaking an addiction to Dilaudid often involves a carefully assisted detox and counseling.

Outpatient treatment programs can help users who haven’t yet developed a serious addiction to Dilaudid. Outpatient care provides basic supervision for detox and withdrawal and can be offered through a clinic, a hospital or a doctor’s office.

People habitually using Dilaudid should never attempt to quit alone.

Inpatient treatment provides the highest level of care, placing addicted people in an environment where a successful recovery is more likely.

Withdrawal should be medically supervised through either an inpatient or outpatient treatment program. Medical practitioners can guide users through detox and withdrawal, minimizing uncomfortable symptoms.

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Top Dilaudid Rehabs

While most rehabs offer similar treatments, no two treatment centers are the same. Every Dilaudid rehab has its own style, and people looking for help should choose a center that fits their individual needs. The top Dilaudid treatment centers in the country are known for their individualized care and high success rates. Some of the top Dilaudid rehabs are:

Dilaudid Inpatient Rehab

Residential programs provide the best overall treatment environment for people addicted to Dilaudid. Inpatient rehabs tend to follow a strict routine with clearly defined treatment elements. Inpatient treatment helps residents learn new habits, attitudes and behaviors.

The first step towards treating an addiction to Dilaudid is a medically supervised detox. Physicians on staff can help reduce unmanageable withdrawal symptoms and prevent complications, such as dehydration from vomiting and diarrhea. For those with a severe dependence on Dilaudid, a physician may prescribe replacement medications to minimize symptoms.

The treatment phase of inpatient programs can last from 21 days to a few months, depending on the severity of the Dilaudid addiction.

The next step is to establish a specialized treatment plan. Treatment programs are built around group therapy, 12-step meetings and individual counseling sessions. Some rehabs provide other activities such as yoga, meditation, and art therapy to relieve stress during recovery.

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Outpatient Treatment for Dilaudid

Outpatient programs are good options for those with a mild addiction. Outpatient treatment allow people to minimize interruptions in their daily life during treatment. Most outpatient programs provide therapy or support groups in the evening and medication for withdrawal.

Those who are fresh out of residential care sometimes participate in an outpatient program for continued counseling and medical check-ups. This has proven successful for many people, giving those in recovery a support system to help reinforce sobriety. To prevent relapse in the weeks and months following treatment, those in the early phases of recovery need a dependable support system.

Changing my whole lifestyle has been necessary. I identified all my triggers and established a relapse prevention plan. Attending meetings regularly has been a must for me as well.

- Erin H. in recovery from Dilaudid and other drugs
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    Relapse prevention tips:

    • Don’t stop taking medication.

      Some people addicted to Dilaudid are put on medications for long-term maintenance of sobriety. Drugs like buprenorphine act on the same receptors in the brain as Dilaudid, reducing cravings and withdrawal. People prescribed medication while detoxing may feel like they don’t need to take them anymore, but the reason for this could be that the medication is doing its job by eliminating cravings. Stopping medication without the recommendation of a doctor could lead to a relapse.

    • Manage stress.

      Many people take Dilaudid because it produces a strong calming effect. People may be tempted to take Dilaudid to relieve anxiety. Instead, learning skills to manage these feelings can help recovering addicts stay sober. Difficult situations happen in life, but there are a variety of ways to make these situations more tolerable. Getting a massage, yoga, deep-breathing techniques, meditation and journaling are just a few ways to keep stress at bay.

    • Have a support system.

      Building and maintaining relationships is important for any person in recovery, especially in times of difficulty or temptation. Twelve-step programs are one helpful way to build a healthy support system. These groups provide fellowship with others who have also struggled with Dilaudid and force those in recovery to be accountable to each other. This is a powerful motivator to remain clean and sober.

    • Get healthy.

      People in recovery from Dilaudid addiction may struggle with anxiety or depression as their brain adjusts to not having the drug. Developing healthy habits is proven to improve mood and energy, which can make recovery easier. Anyone can accomplish this with good sleeping habits, a healthy diet and regular exercise. Even as little as taking a 30-minute walk everyday can improve mood.

    • Stay busy.

      Some former Dilaudid addicts have a hard time adjusting to life in recovery because their past life centered on drug use. Finding a new hobby, reclaiming a prior passion for art or music, hiking or taking classes are good distractions from thoughts about using Dilaudid.

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    You can overcome an addiction to Dilaudid. Many treatment programs have experienced great success assisting individuals in beating their addiction to Dilaudid and other drugs.

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