Lunesta Treatment And Rehab

Depending on the severity of the Lunesta addiction, treatment can be completed in an inpatient or outpatient treatment center. Continued therapy, support groups and finding ways to naturally improve sleep will help former Lunesta users maintain sobriety.

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Nampa, ID

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Annandale, VA

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Salem, VA

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Fort Myers, FL

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Treatment for Lunesta Addiction

An addiction to Lunesta is best treated in an inpatient or outpatient treatment center. Because withdrawal from Lunesta can be harsh, users who try to quit on their own often start using again to avoid uncomfortable symptoms.

An addiction treatment program can help Lunesta users safely detox by providing medical supervision and support throughout recovery.

Detox is the first step in overcoming an addiction to Lunesta. Many inpatient and outpatient treatment centers offer medically assisted detox, which allows the user to complete withdrawal under a doctor’s supervision.

Once the user completes detox, treatment will then focus on breaking their psychological addiction to the drug. Targeted therapies are used to determine the underlying factors that led to the user’s addiction. The former addict can then confront these issues and learn healthier ways to cope.

“Go in with an open mind and own what you have done—no matter how bad—so you can move on and be free from it.”

- Samantha, in recovery from addiction to sleeping pills and other drugs

After treatment, ongoing therapy and support groups help former users stay committed to sobriety.

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Lunesta-specific Rehabs

An addiction to Lunesta can be difficult to overcome, but with the help of the right treatment center, sobriety is achievable. Finding a rehab that has experience treating addiction to sleeping pills will give Lunesta users their best chance at a successful recovery. The following rehabs offer treatment programs for Lunesta addiction:

Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehabs are the best option for those who suffer from severe addictions to Lunesta, as these programs provide the most effective method of treatment. Inpatient rehab is also the most effective method for individuals with a history of relapse, medical or psychological issues, or who live in a home environment where drugs and alcohol are easily accessible.

The goal of inpatient rehab is to return clients to a more productive and independent lifestyle that does not involve the use of Lunesta or alcohol and other drugs. Inpatient rehab aims to provide education about the disease of addiction, while teaching healthy coping skills for relapse prevention, trauma, anxiety, depression, and other struggles, along with teaching stress management, healthy communication skills and boundaries.

At these facilities, users reside at the treatment center, allowing them to focus on recovery in a controlled environment. Most rehabs have strict rules and regulations to ensure their residents’ safety and sobriety. Inpatient treatment programs usually last between 28 to 90 days.

During inpatient rehab, patients attend individual and group therapy on a daily basis. The goal of these sessions is to determine the cause of the user’s addiction, as well as their triggers. Many centers are also equipped with experienced staff to help those with co-occurring mental disorders, such as depression or bipolar disorder. Each patient is assigned a therapist and/or psychiatrist to ensure they receive the individual attention and medications they need.

There are various methods of therapy used to treat those with Lunesta addictions, including:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy
  • Motivational enhancement therapy
  • Biofeedback
  • Art therapy
  • Pet therapy
  • Yoga therapy
  • Music therapy

Many treatment centers also offer 12-step meetings and recreational activities that promote recovery.

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Ongoing Treatment and Relapse Prevention Strategies

Outpatient treatment can be a useful alternative for individuals who must continue to work, attend school, or care for children. There are many types of outpatient treatment,  and some are more intensive than others. Most programs require participants to meet for a few hours at least twice a week. Outpatient treatment often involves  a variety of therapies, including group, individual, and family. Outpatient treatment programs also serve as aftercare or step-down programs for individuals who have completed inpatient treatment and need to transition back into daily life. Outpatient treatment generally does not include supervised medical care, but staff is usually available to provide necessary referrals.

Sometimes, patients attend these programs while staying in a sober living home, or a residence in which drugs and alcohol are prohibited. In sober homes, residents are subject to periodic drug screenings and restrictions on curfew to ensure they remain sober.

One of the main benefits of outpatient treatment is that patients can continue to work or take care of responsibilities, such as children, while getting treatment.

Oftentimes, former users will attend outpatient treatment after completing their stay at an inpatient program.

Upon graduation, most treatment programs provide their patients with recovery-related information, such as contact information for local support groups or sober homes. This is known as referrals and aftercare support. However, it’s up to the former user to take certain steps to ensure they maintain their sobriety after treatment, such as:

  • Join a recovery support group

    These groups consist of other people in recovery who can empathize with the addict’s struggles. Many recovering addicts find support and guidance through regularly attending 12-step recovery programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). This model has an individual find a sponsor who takes them through the 12 Steps. Significant amounts of research suggest that 12-Step programs are extremely beneficial to maintaining sobriety.

  • Continue to see an addiction counselor

    It is important that patients continue to see a therapist or counselor after treatment. Most facilities will be able to provide referrals or lists of therapists within the patient’s insurance network. It is advised to sign a release of information (ROI) so that therapists from rehab can provide collateral information to the new therapist so that the patient you can continue therapy where they left off. Having a professional to talk to is especially important early on in recovery, as the transition back to everyday life can often be difficult.

  • Destress before bed

    Many people start taking Lunesta because they have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep through the night. Learning to relax before going to bed can help to improve sleep function. Meditation, drinking chamomile tea, taking a hot bath, reading a book and deep breathing exercises are all great ways to destress before bed.

  • Exercise to improve sleep

    Being physically active can actually improve sleep, as well. However, exercise should be completed at least three hours before bedtime.

  • Go to bed around the same time every night

    Sticking to a schedule helps the body sync its internal clock, making the process of falling asleep easier. Going to bed early enough to allow for eight hours of sleep a night is also important.

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Treatment Methods

Lunesta addiction treatment may include the use of both therapies and medications to help a person recover.

Behavioral therapies like Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) teach healthy coping mechanisms for stress and help individuals to uncover the root cause of why they may be abusing drugs, thus working to avoid or manage potential triggers. MI is a non-confrontational approach that aids individuals in finding the internal motivation to change while learning to accept themselves for who they are. CBT works to turn negative thoughts into positive ones, thus influencing self-esteem and modifying behaviors in turn.

Group and individual therapy and counseling sessions as well as homework between sessions may be typical aspects of a Lunesta abuse treatment program. Relapse prevention tools and communication skills are taught during these sessions, and support groups are formed that may help individuals to build a network of peers with a common interest and goal in remaining drug-free.

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Sleeping without Lunesta

Since Lunesta is a sleep aid, and individuals who are addicted to the drug may suffer from difficulties sleeping, holistic and complementary methods may be useful during substance abuse treatment and recovery. Yoga, meditation, mindfulness techniques, chiropractic care, massage therapy, nutritional meal planning, and fitness programs may be beneficial in promoting healthy sleep habits. Methods of reducing stress and anxiety, which may include the use of antidepressant or anti-anxiety medications, may also be helpful.

Other tips for improving sleep include:

  • Setting and sticking to a regular sleep schedule with set wake and sleep times
  • Eating a balanced diet
  • Avoiding caffeine
  • Engaging in regular physical activity
  • Using relaxation techniques
  • No naps during the day
  • Avoiding stimulation right before bed
  • Keeping the bedroom dark and using it mainly for sleep
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