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When people who have been using opioid drugs quit taking them, they often experience withdrawal symptoms such as abdominal cramping, muscle aches and pains, hot and cold sweats, nausea, vomiting, irritability, anxiety, or insomnia.

These withdrawal symptoms vary in severity and can occur regardless of whether the opioid was prescribed by a physician or used outside of medical supervision. When someone who has become accustomed to using opioids tries to stop taking them without the proper plan, the withdrawal symptoms often make it even more difficult to discontinue using the already highly addictive substance. That’s why our program is designed to completely eliminate these symptoms for a more successful recovery period.

How do I know if I’m at Risk for Opioid Withdrawal?

If you have experienced opioid dependency and haven’t been able to stop using opioids, we can evaluate your opioid withdrawal risk.

Our specialists know that going “cold turkey” isn’t an option. There are many methods for quitting opioids, but few can provide long-term stability. With a medically managed plan, we eliminate your withdrawal symptoms and gradually decrease your dependence under the supervision of a medical team.

What’s the right treatment for me?

If you have a dependence on any drug, consult with one of our patient advocates to how you can safely step down your usage and completely eliminate withdrawal symptoms.

Understanding your individual situation will help us recommend the best treatment options. Take the first step by getting in touch right now. In most cases, we can schedule your free consultation appointment within 48 hours of your call.

If you’re researching for a friend or family member, our patient advocates will be happy to share information about the program

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Take the first step toward a pain-free life. Call our patient helpline to talk to a patient advocate now.