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Opioids Medical Detoxification Programs in Arizona

What are the signs of opiates addiction?

Opiates addiction results from abusing the drug by taking higher doses than that requires. Depending upon the dosage, the signs and symptoms vary. The following signs can help identify the addiction:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Itching
  • Flushed skin
  • Constipation
  • Euphoria
  • Constricted pupils

Opiates are considered any drug that contains opium or one of its derivatives, and opiates are commonly used to treat pain or chronic pain and will deliver a sedative or euphoric effect. Opiate abuse and addiction are currently an on-going crisis all throughout the United States, and drug treatment centers within the state of Arizona regularly help opiate addicts. Some of the most commonly abused opiates within the United States include OxyContin, methadone, morphine, codeine, and Demerol. These brands of drugs can be purchased illegally, along with being prescribed for pain management. OxyContin, it not commonly used to treat pain as much anymore, because of how damaging the drug became. Drug and alcohol treatment centers and programs within the state of Arizona include medical detox centers to help opiate addicts through his or her withdrawal. Inpatient treatment is the best option to treat opiate addiction, and this is because addicts can receive counseling and therapy services in-house within in a safe and controlled environment.

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Dr. Rohit is a Diplomate of the American Society of Addiction Medicine who has been supervising successful detox for over 13 years. He also has helped hundreds of people getting off drugs and alcohol addiction.

Arizona Addiction Services by Type of Drugs

Arizona Addiction Services by Type of Drugs

Here is a list of medically-supervised detox for Opiates addiction in Arizona. The list can be incomplete, so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

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