Hydrocodone Addiction Treatment
In the US alone, Hydrocodone reached 83.6 million prescriptions in 2017. Today, the prescription for synthetic opioids continues to rise, placing more people at risk of severe addiction and dysfunction.
Hydrocodone is used in many types of prescription pain medicines, including Vicodin. It is highly addictive, and the intensity of withdrawal makes it extremely hard to quit on your own.
If you find yourself or someone that you love in the difficult position of Hydrocodone addiction, our guide can help you find the proper treatment, detox, and the steps that you can take to achieve long-term addiction recovery and well-being.
Getting Help for Hydrocodone Addiction
Recognizing that you have a Hydrocodone addiction is the first step towards your health and addiction recovery. Hydrocodone is a synthetic opioid found in certain prescription pain killer products. Vicodin is the most used Hydrocodone medication and works as an opiate by acting on the neurotransmitters in the brain. It not only relieves pain but creates pleasurable effects that the body starts to depend on over time. You find yourself having to use more of the substance to achieve the original effects as you build tolerance.
As with any opiate addiction, when you stop taking the substance, or you reduce how much you use, you can experience the onset of withdrawal symptoms such as:
- Muscle pain
- Chills and Sweating
- Constant runny nose
If you have been using Hydrocodone for some time and experience adverse effects when you try to quit, it’s time to reach out for professional help and addiction support. We can help you overcome substance use disorder with our tailored addiction treatment and recovery programs. Hydrocodone addiction support is available and can help you live the balanced and healthy life you deserve.
How we Treat Hydrocodone Addiction & Abuse
We treat Hydrocodone addiction with detox, rehabilitation, and specialized aftercare services Patients will first enter detox, which is a necessary first step to overcoming addiction. In detox, the purpose is to remove the presence of Hydrocodone from the body and to manage withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal symptoms from Hydrocodone can last up to seven days, during which you will receive medical assistance and recovery support.
Upon successful detox, our clients move on to treatment which includes individual and group therapy. We offer a wide range of treatment modalities to help our patients work through every stage of the addiction recovery process. Our Hydrocodone addiction treatment center specializes in Hydrocodone abuse and dependence by introducing the tools you need to prevent relapse, learn how to cope constructively, and overcome the challenges associated with rehabilitation. We adopt a unique approach in which our clients can benefit from medical and alternative care.
Types of Programs
Our detox program for opiates is designed so that you will suffer the fewest withdrawal symptoms while cleansing your body from the traces of any opiate drug you have been taking. For hydrocodone addiction, we have medical staff available 24/7 and monitoring all processes while you are undergoing the detoxification phase.
During rehab, you will have a calm and relaxing environment in which you can recover from your opiate addiction. Hydrocodone takes a toll on our mental health, so you will receive a mixture of behavioral, holistic, and traditional therapies. Our addiction counselors will focus on building up your confidence and working towards new coping mechanisms alongside you.
Extended Rehab Program
We offer aftercare sessions for all who complete our hydrocodone addiction treatment and rehab programs. This includes sessions, counseling, and group meetings. We can also advise you on available support groups and fellowship options near you.
Why Choose United Recovery CA for Hydrocodone Rehab?
- We are known for specialization in addiction treatment for prescription medication and opiates.
- Experienced and friendly staff support you while providing the best chance at a full recovery.
- Our range of therapies and unique approach to rehab help every client prepare for a life that is free of addiction.
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How Long Does Hydrocodone Rehab Last?
The withdrawal symptoms from medication containing Hydrocodone can be uncomfortable and intense. For these reasons, the greatest success you can achieve in the recovery process is with a professional and supported detox. Rehab treatment begins after a week-long detox. The timeline for recovery differs between individuals. It depends on the severity of addiction, how frequently the substance was used, and how much Hydrocodone was consumed. Opiate addictions generally last up to a year or longer, and programs offering long-term treatment fare best with those who have severe Hydrocodone addiction. Because synthetic and regular opiate medication changes the chemistry in the brain and increases the intensity of the addiction, the body becomes reliant on it. Psychological cravings can occur weeks to months after detox, and therefore remaining in a stable, supported medical rehab provides the best chance.
We offer complete rehab treatment for Hydrocodone abuse and addiction. Based on your recovery throughout the treatment process, we can help you determine when you are prepared to leave the inpatient program and proceed with aftercare and participation in our Alumni community.
Therapies used to Treat Hydrocodone Addiction
Hydrocodone is a problematic drug to recover from on your own. Our Hydrocodone rehab programs offer tailored therapies to restore your balance, strength, and mental well-being.
As a 12 step facility, participating in group sessions is essential for long-term recovery and rehabilitation. Our group activities encourage sharing of experiences and accountability. When people share personal stories and are validated, it offers powerful support for the recovery process. We also encourage partaking in our art, music and wellness activities that we offer.
Individual sessions provide tailored treatments for our clients who enter rehab. This ensures that your healthcare needs are met and you receive the tools and professional support you need to recover. Individualized therapies range from psychodynamic therapy to cognitive behavioral therapy.
For opiate drug addiction, holistic therapy in an inpatient rehab program is crucial for recovery. Because Hydrocodone influences dopamine in the brain, the body struggles to adjust when the pleasurable effects of this drug are no longer experienced. To help you cope and find ways of finding pleasure and relaxation as the body adjusts, we introduce acupuncture, yoga, deep massage, and fun activities to restore your well-being.
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Long Term Recovery from Hydrocodone Addiction
Of the millions of prescriptions of Hydrocodone that go out every year, America consumes 100% of it. In 2015, Hydrocodone was prescribed to more than twelve million people in the US, with two million developing dependence on prescription medication.
As the numbers rise, more people need specialized care to overcome Hydrocodone addiction. At United Recovery, we know the staggering numbers associated with this synthetic opiate. Therefore, we provide aftercare and support groups that play an integral role in facilitating long-term rehab and recovery.
Because Hydrocodone products are so widely available, it requires a dedicated approach to learn how to live without addictive pain medication. Our aftercare program has helped many people with relapse prevention and coping with cravings, stress, and personal challenges that increase the risk of relapse. During aftercare, you will continue to visit a therapist or attend group therapy and support services while integrating into your regular or everyday life outside of rehab.
A long-term care plan offers the highest success rate compared to outpatient services without aftercare or ongoing support.
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