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Staying Drug Free After Rapid Detox Opiate Detox Institute1 - Staying Drug Free After Rapid Detox

Staying Drug Free After Rapid Detox

A rapid detox can get you drug free in one day. Once you participate in rapid detox, you will have access to many resources in order to remain drug free. Staying drug free after detox can be accomplished through the professional services provided by our doctors and staff. Certain lifestyle changes can also help you to stay free of drug addiction. Residential Aftercare Recovery Center After you have gone through our rapid...

What to Expect of Rapid Detox Opiate Detox Institute - What to Expect of Rapid Detox

What to Expect of Rapid Detox

Detoxification involves ridding the body of addictive substances that are toxic to your system. Undergoing a rapid detox procedure helps you withdraw from drugs, such as opiates, at an accelerated rate and within a shorter time frame than other processes. Undergoing rapid detox includes going through the withdrawal process while safely sedated, so that you can be drug free in one day. The Rapid Detox Procedure Before undergoing rapid detox, you undergo...

The Dangers of Opiate Withdrawal Opiate Detox Institute - The Dangers of Opiate Withdrawal

The Dangers of Opiate Withdrawal

The most challenging part of recovering from addiction for many people is the initial withdrawal process. It's during this early stage of recovery when your body is physically and mentally adjusting to life without certain substances. With opiates, there are changes within the brain that create biological dependence over time. For this reason, there are many dangers associated with opiate withdrawal you should be aware of as you prepare to...

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Understanding Opiate Addiction

The intended use of opiate drugs is to provide relief for moderate-to-severe pain. It's the way opiates work within the brain that sometimes creates a physical dependence to these drugs. Addiction to opiates often develops over time due to prolonged use, which can make it difficult to stop taking these medications. Dependence on opiates can reach a point where personal and professional aspects of life are affected. What Is Opiate Addiction? According...