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Prescription Drugs Addiction Treatment

We Treat Prescription Drugs Addiction

Opioid addiction is by far the most common among addictions to pharmaceuticals, and opioid overdoses claim the lives of tens of thousands each year. Benzos, sleeping pills, and stimulants are also highly addictive prescription drugs liable to cause abuse. If done without medical supervision, withdrawal from some of these substances can also be deadly. What remains in common with this class of addiction is often its ‘innocent’ beginnings, with a legitimate prescription in a doctor’s office.

What is Prescription Medication Addiction?

When people think of addiction, they often think of illegal drugs. But addiction can happen with legal drugs too, like prescription medications. Prescription medication addiction is when you can’t control how much or how often you use your prescription. You might start using it more than prescribed or for reasons other than what it was prescribed for. You could use it to feel good, relieve stress, or get high, for example.

Signs and Symptoms of Prescription Medication Addiction

There are some common signs and symptoms of prescription medication addiction. If you’re addicted, you might:

  • Feel like you need the medication to function normally.
  • Build up a tolerance so that you need to take more of the drug to get the same effect.
  • Experience withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop taking the drug.
  • Keep using the drug even though it’s causing problems in your life.

If you think you might be addicted to prescription medication, talk to your doctor. They can help you figure out what’s going on and how to get treatment.

Treating Prescription Medication Addiction:

There are many ways to treat prescription drug addiction. The most important thing is to get help from a doctor or other healthcare provider. They can work with you to create a treatment plan that’s right for you. Treatment might include:

  • Medication: There are medications that can help treat withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
  • Therapy: Talking with a therapist can help you understand your addiction and how to overcome it.
  • Support groups: There are many different types of support groups for people with addiction. This can be a helpful way to share your experiences and learn from others who are going through the same thing.

At Freeman House Recovery, we use the best-of-breed treatment methods for our patients. Our staff are highly trained and caring, and our facility is clean, comfortable, and private. We offer a variety of treatment options so that you can find the one that’s right for you. Do not be a slave to prescription medication. Call us today and we will help you take your life back.