OxyContin Detox

Why a  Medical Detox for OxyContin/Oxycodone

Breaking oxycontin/oxycodone  compulsion can be extremely troublesome, even perilous. That is the reason picking the correct oxycontin/oxycodone detoxification treatment is key to a patient’s security and the effective beginning of a recovery and sober living program. Our in-home drug detox program incorporates:

  • An intensive medically sound history and physical examination
  • Professional mental and social evaluation
  • A fully customized in-home treatment program safely designed to treat withdrawal symptoms
  • Heart telemetry medically monitored
  • Respectful regard for the patient’s general solitude in the privacy and security of their own home
  • Learn more about the Grant Detox Difference.

What Is OxyContin?

OxyContin is the brand name for oxycodone hydrochloride, an intense opioid and exceptionally addictive remedy painkiller. It was produced to mitigate direct to extreme pain however OxyContin has been explosive in the media coverage because of its rising misuse and abuse. Many new legislators now  propose that OxyContin has developed as a standout amongst the most mishandled medications in the United States. It can be ingested, swallowed, or sniffed into the nasal sections and, much the same as heroin, OxyContin affects the focal sensory system. Once the medication enters the nervous system, it delivers a feeling of prosperity and heightened elation which makes it easy to understand why so many patients build up a solid reliance on the drug.

The Dangers and Symptoms of Oxycontin Abuse

Oxycontin abuse has a tendency to happen rapidly to people who start to expand their medication usage to diminish pain. Other than the risk of dependence, an “Oxy” overdose may prompt respiratory distress or even passing. A few side effects of Oxycontin abuse include:

  • Loss of body strength
  • Seizures
  • Unsteadiness
  • Confusion
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Trance like state
  • Unexplained Vomiting & Nausea
  • Oxycontin Withdrawal Symptoms

Agonizing withdrawal indications may show up within a few short hours of the last drugs taken. Sudden cessation can be risky, particularly if Oxycontin abusers quit taking the drug all alone without medical supervision. Withdrawal side effects may include:

  • Extreme muscle and bone pain
  • Inability to sleep
  • Looseness of the bowels
  • Chills
  • Sweating
  • Involuntary leg movements
  • Delusions

Tragically, withdrawal  symptoms have additionally been accounted for in babies whose moms had been utilizing the medication during their pregnancy.

If you or the one you love are experiencing any issues with Oxycontin (your life has become unmanageable) we can help, please call us at 928-468-1337 to talk about whether the Grant In Home Detox Program is the best program for you. Your information is always held in the strictest confidence and your privacy is protected. Contact Grant Pain Management Clinic now.