Prescription Drug Rehab Information
In the majority of cases of prescription drug addiction, detoxing alone isn't enough and the addict must go on to attend a drug rehab program. These programs can be a few weeks to several months long, but the most important thing is that the rehabilitation center you choose should have some type of proven results so you know what you're spending your money on. While exact rehab success rates may be hard to verify, there should be some sort of documentation and endorsement.
The components of a successful drug rehab program often include a variable length of treatment, meaning no set time limit on how long it should take to complete it. Each person is and individual and should be treated accordingly. Another component that we have identified is that it should not look to put you or your loved one on some other form of prescription drug to treat the addiction or its previous symptoms. A good rehabilitation center will help find the root of the problem and alternative solutions so that the symptoms of addiction go away as well.
Due to the fact that our bodies tend to store toxic residues in the tissue and these particles can be detected even after a regular detox is completed, we recommend going through an extended detoxification procedure sometimes called a biophysical rehab program. This form of treatment helps eliminate the stored residues from the body and get rid of any lingering physical effects such as drug cravings, fatigue, depression, sleeplessness, etc. It is a physical application to help rebuild the damaged that was caused to the body so that it is in good enough condition for any counseling to be effective afterward.
As for the final major component of a successful rehabilitation facility, those who view addiction as a problem that can be completely handled instead of it being an incurable disease tend to beome more responsible for themselves and have much better results. Never has this been more evident than with prescription drug addiction, because someone getting hooked on pain pills because of a surgery hardly means they have a disease.
Contact us today for help finding a successful drug rehab program to help someone completely recover from prescription drug addiction. Call 1-800-516-7029 or fill out the form on this page.