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Heroin detox Florida

With a drug such as heroin, it is known for increasing the reward system within the brain. Because of this, the user develops quite a tolerance to the effects of the drug over time. Those who use heroin will start to seek out much higher doses with each use to try to get the same high. You may have heard this referred to as someone chasing the high. No matter what, it is essential that someone who is addicted to heroin can find a quality program for heroin detox in Florida to get safe, useful results.   

Changes Treatment & Recovery Center would like you to know that you and your family have someone on your side when it comes to battling an addiction to heroin. Whether you are looking to find treatment for yourself or you have a friend or a loved one who has been going through heroin addiction, we have the variety of services and the level of care required to get results that are long-lasting.

Heroin Withdrawal 

Once someone decides to stop using heroin, a vast assortment of withdrawal symptoms are going to set in. Those battling this type of addiction will often try to keep using merely so they can avoid the pain and discomfort associated with withdrawal. Generally, the user will start to notice symptoms of withdrawal in about twelve hours after their last use of heroin.

The signs are often flu-like, including things like: 

  • Agitation

  • Vomiting and nausea

  • Insomnia

  • Sweating

  • Abdominal cramps

  • Aching muscles

  • Dilated pupils

  • Diarrhea

  • Anxiety and more

Within the first couple of days, the pain will start to develop and usually comes in the form of muscle aches. These aches will intensify over the next day or so and there can be other symptoms mixed in, such as panic attacks, shaking, and anxiety. Withdrawal will usually be in full swing by around 3 to 5 days, and the patient tends to be extremely uncomfortable with shivers, sweating, shaking, cramps, and more.

Around a week after going through withdrawal, this is what is called acute withdrawal where nausea and the muscle aches tend to taper off. When you are going through heroin detox in Florida, you will have all of the help that you need to make it safely to this point and then deal with all of the coming life changes to live a life of sobriety. Just as with alcohol treatment, heroin addicts need to be able to take it one day at a time and have the right tools to cope once they go back to their daily life.

At Changes Treatment & Recovery Center, we will be happy to work with you or your loved one to put together a tailored treatment plan. We have trained staff members and medical professionals onsite to ensure safety and a high level of care at all times. It is important to us that the patient has everything necessary to undergo beneficial heroin detox in Florida for the best possible result.

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