Oxycodone Treatment and Rehab

An addiction to oxycodone is difficult to overcome, but certainly not impossible. Inpatient rehab or an outpatient treatment program combined with ongoing therapy and support can help oxycodone users achieve sobriety.

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    Oxycodone Addiction Treatment

    oxycodone treatmentThe most important decision anyone battling an addiction to oxycodone can make is seeking treatment.

    With an estimated one million Americans fighting oxycodone addiction, many researchers and addiction professionals are refining treatments to help them win.

    Recovering from an addiction to oxycodone is difficult, but an addiction treatment program can make the process easier and safer.

    Treatment typically begins with medically-supervised detox, followed by inpatient and/or outpatient rehab, and then ongoing mental health counseling and support. For help finding a treatment program, reach out to a dedicated recovery professional.

    Oxycodone Treatment Levels of Care

    Inpatient treatment centers are often the best way to successfully overcome an addiction to oxycodone. They also offer treatment for co-occurring mental disorders and other substance abuse problems.

    Oxycodone Detox

    Oxycodone changes the chemistry of the brain and body to the point that your body adapts to its presence. When Oxycodone is no longer being taken, the body is no longer able to function “normally” as it has become accustomed to. This causes withdrawal symptoms. Oxycodone withdrawal can be very difficult to get through safely and comfortably. In order to combat withdrawal, users are advised to go through detox under the care of medical professionals. It is for this reason that treatment centers that offer medically-supervised oxycodone detox will give users their best chance at achieving sobriety.

    Inpatient Rehab for Oxycodone Addiction

    The road to recovery is often long and difficult to traverse, but many people have made the journey successfully. The first step is making the choice to get sober, followed by the choice of how to do so. An inpatient rehab that offers medical detox is the best option for oxycodone users with moderate to severe addictions.

    Many former oxycodone addicts say the first four or five days of withdrawal are the hardest physically. After that, it becomes a mental and emotional struggle to stay clean.

    After the medical detox process, the next step is learning how to live without oxycodone by overcoming the psychological addiction.

    Inpatient rehabs offer a structured, controlled environment that is needed during the early stages of recovery. Residential treatment allows patients to go through counseling and therapy without the stressors or triggers that can cause relapse.

    Most rehabs offer various therapeutic treatment options to help former oxycodone users break their psychological addiction to the drug, including:

    Inpatient rehabs typically offer 30-day, 60-day or 90-day programs. The length of time an individual stays in rehab depends on the severity of their addiction.

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    Overcoming an addiction to oxycodone is a difficult task that should not be taken lightly. An addiction professional can make this process easier and ensure the safety of the recovering addict. Regardless of where you live, how much money you have, or how severe your addiction is, there is a treatment center that can help you recover.

    Please call a rehab professional today for help finding a treatment program that fits your needs.

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      Ongoing Treatment

      Once a patient is comfortable reintegrating into their life and routine, it is important to maintain a sober mindset. Outpatient treatment is a good next step after detox and inpatient treatment. An outpatient program may also be an alternative to inpatient rehab for those with mild addictions. Outpatient centers provide accountability and group or individual therapy and support.

      There are three primary types of outpatient treatment. Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) often involve a residential component, as well as 6-8 hours of treatment per day, 5-7 days per week.. Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) generally involve 3 hours of treatment per day, 3-5 days per week, and less commonly include a residential component. Standard outpatient programs (OPs) typically only require 2-3 sessions per week.

      Although relapse is most common during the initial withdrawal period, memories of oxycodone use can urge a recovering user to return to the drug.

      Ongoing treatment is essential to prevent relapse and maintain a sober lifestyle.

      Support groups, like Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery, are also helpful in recovery. These groups help to hold former oxycodone users accountable for their actions. They also connect former users to like-minded people who understand and empathize with the struggles faced by those in recovery. The people in these groups often become an essential part of a recovering addict’s support network.

      Overcoming an addiction to oxycodone is a difficult task that should not be taken lightly. An addiction professional can make this process easier and ensure the safety of the recovering addict. Regardless of where you live, how much money you have, or how severe your addiction is, there is a treatment center that can help you recover.

      Please contact a treatment specialist today for help finding a program that fits your needs.

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