Midwest Rapid Opiate Detox Specialists treats individuals who are addicted to opiates such as: OxyContin, Vicodin, Heroin, Methadone, Lorcet, Lortab, MSContin, Percodan and Percocet. Opiate Addiction often requires specialized addiction treatment because of the severe withdrawal symptoms associated with the detoxification process. At MRODS, we recognize that the severity of these withdrawal symptoms may be the primary factor keeping some individuals from treating their addiction to opiates.
Opiate addiction is a very serious illness, which can lead to depression, hopelessness, and sometimes death. While opiate abuse can take many forms, the general effect of any opiate is pain relief. People use opiates for various reasons; some times they is used for legitimate pain problems and other times for their euphoric effects. Generally once addicted, opiate addicts have an increasing tolerance for the drug and need more of it to achieve the desired effect. Withdrawal from opiates becomes more and more difficult as the user increases his dosages. Withdrawal from opiates may include ongoing nausea, cold sweats, fever, general pain and other severe physical discomfort. The detoxification process is long, sometimes lasting up to ten or twelve days.
Rapid opiate detox is a procedure which allows patients to undergo the severe opiate withdrawal symptoms associated with detoxification while under anesthesia. The anesthesia assisted detox program rids the body of all opiates in approximately 4-6 hours. After rapid opiate detox is complete, the patient is able to enter an appropriate addiction treatment program. At MRODS, we provide detoxification from opiates as well as referral to an addiction treatment program which fits the needs of the patient. If you or someone you love has cannot get past the severe withdrawal symptoms associated with opiate addictions, please call or email Midwest Rapid Opiate Detox Specialists. We can provide you with the information you need to get help for opiate addiction. There will never be a better time to get help than right now.