West Palm Beach Fentanyl Detox
The opioid addiction crisis has not just continued to get worse, the types of opioids being abused are increasing on the streets and Fentanyl is one of these drugs. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid prescribed for severe and chronic pain, it is much like morphine, however, 100 times more potent. The people who tolerate Fentanyl are in most cases physically dependent on either legally prescribed opiates that no longer reduce their pain or street drugs such as Heroin. In either case, Fentanyl is very addictive and lethal. If you’re addicted to opioids, our fentanyl detox in West Palm Beach, Florida, is here to help.
Fentanyl Addiction Treatment in Florida
The news is flooded with more and more stories about accidental overdose on heroin and other opiates. This is mainly because Fentanyl is being illegally manufactured for the sole purpose of lacing heroin with it on the street. This means that people who are addicted to heroin are also addicted to Fentanyl. Fentanyl addiction requires that a person continue to ingest the drug at very high doses every 4 to 6 hours or endure severe and debilitating withdrawal symptoms.
The painful withdrawal symptoms from Fentanyl are overwhelmingly physical, but not exclusively. The physical withdrawal symptoms from this drug include vomiting, diarrhea, fever, chills, tremors, sweating, dizziness, shortness of breath, and heart palpitations. The mental and emotional withdrawal symptoms are just as severe. These include hallucinations, anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, agitation, and confusion.
Why Our West Palm Beach Fentanyl Detox Center?
The Fentanyl detox at our West Palm Beach drug detox center utilizes safe medications to minimize withdrawal symptoms so that a person can withdrawal with little to no physical and emotional discomfort. Every client is routinely assessed by our staff of medical experts who specialize in addiction recovery from opiates. Our cross-disciplinary medical team is comprised of physicians, psychiatrists, therapists, and counselors. Each team member contributes to one treatment plan for the client’s successful recovery from Fentanyl addiction.
The time it takes for a person to detox off Fentanyl and or other opiates depends upon how long and how much Fentanyl the person was using before they entered our Fentanyl detox unit. Typically, opioid detox takes approximately 14 days for the person to fully recover and feel physically better. Once a person has completed detox it is then recommended that they address their addiction in a residential treatment program.
Find a Comfortable Fentanyl Detox
Our Fentanyl detox team will design a treatment program that includes a recommended treatment program for opioid addiction. Our center offers residential treatment for men, women and young adults. Our treatment programs allow Medication Assisted Treatment or MAT’s to be administered throughout treatment, following successful completion of detox.
Fentanyl addiction, like heroin and other opiate addictions, is very dangerous and it requires professional help for the person to recover and begin a new life clean and sober. Our fentanyl detox in West Palm Beach, Florida, awaits the opportunity to heal your addiction from within.