Pain relief is very real. Those who experience accidents frequently use prescription pain killers in the recovery process. The problem, however, is that these pills are both dangerous and addictive when taken over a long period of time.
It has been proven that persons from all types of walks of life can struggle with a dependency to opiates. The need is genuine, but the problem is that as the body becomes acclimated to the medication, a tolerance begins to develop. Gradually, the person begins to need higher dosages to ease the pain. Over time, a dependence upon the medication develops and before long the opiates take control of your life. Dependency develops over a period of time until it gradually controls your life and can possibly even destroy it. Due to the fact that the pills are completely legal and might have even been prescribed to you by a physician; means that it can take longer to recognize that there is in fact a problem. If you believe that you might have an opiate dependency, do not hesitate. We are here to help you with your addiction. Contact our Treatment Center from Fort Lauderdale, FL at (954) 399-1637.
After you have become physically dependent on medication, it can be extremely difficult to simply stop taking them. You may experience withdrawal symptoms that can be physically dangerous. Detoxification programs are necessary to cope with those physical symptoms of withdrawal. Qualified medical staff is required to assist you in coping with the pain that may still exist from the original injury. In addition, patients need assistance from experienced therapists in coping with the various emotional aspects associated with dependency as well.
The pain that triggered the original opiate dependency can still be present. Therefore, the first challenge is treating the dependency. We can then assist you in coping with the pain through the use of holistic therapies. Many times, the original pain may have receded, but the physical dependency on opiates may remain. Patients who are coping with an opiate dependency must know how they can effectively control their pain without the need to depend on drugs.
Our program includes pain management specialty systems that do not rely on narcotics. Instead, we use non-narcotic methods which we teach following the detox program. These pain management treatments include:
Dependency on pain killers is something that can happen to anyone. The original need for pain relief can lead to this type of dependency. Each year, many people become a victim. Along with the challenge presented in breaking such a dependency, there may also be the fear that the original pain will come back. This is why our staff will work closely with you to assist you in finding methods for pain relief that are narcotic-free. When you are able to take control of your pain you will be able to take control of your dependency and Restore Hope once again to your life.