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Get Drug Rehab Help for Opiates 1-877-325-1982

Opiate drug rehab help Opiate Drug Rehab Centers was set up as a special service to get people help for addiction problems related to opiates such as heroin, methadone and prescription painkillers. Experienced counselors are standing by on the help line to assist you with your treatment questions. We can help guide you to finding the best quality drug treatment options for overcoming an addiction to opiates.

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What is Opiate Addiction?

Opiates are a class of drugs that are derrived from the opium poppy. This includes morphine, heroin, and various prescription and synthetic versions of the drug. Opiates have a very high potential for abuse and addiction. Short-term effects include a surge of euphoria followed by alternately wakeful and drowsy states and cloudy mental functioning. Associated with fatal overdose and- particularly in users who inject the drug-infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.

Once they are addicted, the opiate abusers' primary purpose in life becomes seeking and using drugs. The drugs literally change the way people think and their actions. Many opiate addicts are fearful of the withdrawal symptoms, which can be severe. These symptoms can including aches and pains, cold sweats, sleeplessness, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. It is very common for opiate rehab centers to try and prescribe some sort of maintenance drug to addicts, such as Suboxone, methadone or LAAM, however these never solve the problem and only mask it for a little while until it resurfaces. We focus on rehabilitation and treatment centers that do not use long-term drug subsitutes and instead work toward helping people overcome opiate addiction and put it behind them forever.

Contact us today for more information on effective opiate drug rehab centers or to get help for a loved one in need.