If you are trying to cope with chronic pain by using opiate-based drugs like Vicodin (aka Hydrocodone) to manage your symptoms, you are not alone. Many people are currently dealing with this same problem, and there are options and solutions other than powerfully addictive drugs.
If you or your loved one is suffering from Vicodin addiction, Passages can help. We have licensed nurses and an exceptional team of professional therapists here to help you heal your addiction to prescription medication, showing you the path to a healthy and productive life. All you have to do is call our treatment center to secure your stay today and begin your recovery and healing process. Call us now, don't wait.
Prescription drug abuse is becoming an exceedingly widespread problem. Frequently, doctors prescribe Vicodin to patients to help them cope with pain during recovery from injuries, surgery, or illnesses. Many people can take this especially powerful prescription painkiller in appropriate amounts and stop their usage when the pain has subsided. However, other individuals dealing with unresolved underlying issues often become physically and psychologically dependent on the drug.
Vicodin is exceptionally habit forming and creates a strong physical tolerance in its users. Signs and symptoms of Vicodin addiction include painful physical withdrawals, irregular heartbeat, nervousness, anxiety, or sudden shifts between feelings of euphoria and severe depression. At Passages, we will uncover the reasons behind your addictive behaviors and put an end to your Vicodin addiction permanently. As a valued member of our exclusive Passages Malibu rehab, you will never be placed in a generic group and labeled an "addict." Rather, we will seek to treat your Vicodin addiction on an individual basis, taking into consideration your personal history, career pressures, relationship issues, and body chemistry. If you would like to learn more about addiction rehab at Passages Malibu and our various programs for prescription drug addiction, please call us today.