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Opioids Medical Detoxification Programs in Texas

What are the signs of opioids addiction?

Opioids taken at doses higher than usual can cause addiction. It has psychological and physical symptoms that make you dependent on the drug. Some signs include memory problems, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and poor judgment.

Opiate addiction and abuse can start at very young ages, and for many teens within the United States, they may begin to experiment with prescribed opiates or start to use hydrocodone or codeine recreationally. A teenager may come across these drugs from their parents, or get them from friends. Other common methods of getting prescription opiates include buying them through online pharmacies, or attempting to doctor shop. An opiate addiction can become a life-long problem, if the person does not get any help. One of the reasons why an addict would remain on opiates is because of the withdrawal pains. Withdrawal symptoms will cause significant physical and mental discomfort, but this can be managed within a medically supervised withdrawal program. Medical detox centers will provide patients other medications to alleviate withdrawal pains, and help them make a smooth transition into a drug rehabilitation center. Anyone struggling with an opiate addiction in Texas, should reach out to local resources, such as either inpatient or outpatient treatment centers and counseling programs, and medical detox facilities.

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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.

Texas Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Texas Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of medically-supervised detox for Opiates addiction in Texas. 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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