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Benefits of Inpatient Hydrocodone Detox

Inpatient hydrocodone detox is one of the most effective methods for detoxing from an opiate. Hydrocodone is a prescription, albeit a more mild, version of heroin or morphine. The withdrawal and detoxification from hydrocodone is essentially the same as the detox or withdrawal from all other opiates.

Less of a Chance of Relapse

One of the biggest dangers of detoxing without inpatient care is relapse. The symptoms of hydrocodone withdrawal are severe and knowing that relief from them is only a pill away often causes people to relapse back into drug use. When you are in an inpatient detox facility, there is no chance of relapse because you are isolated from the drugs, your contacts, and your ability to acquire them.

You Will Not Encounter your Triggers Before you are Ready

The things that you did, the places that you went, and the people that use drugs, are all triggers. Confronting these triggers too soon leads to relapse. You are more likely to encounter your triggers in your home environment. Inpatient detox and treatment keeps you safely away from any potential triggers until you are ready to deal with them.

Medications to Help with Withdrawal

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, there are a variety of medications that can help with hydrocodone withdrawal. These medications help stop the unpleasant symptoms and reduce the risk of a relapse. These medications are Methadone, Buprenorphine, and Suboxone.

The initial doses of these medications need to be closely monitored by a physician. The best way to monitor and titrate the doses of these medications is when the patient is in inpatient treatment.

A Built in Support Structure

Inpatient Hydrocodone Detox

You will receive support from medical staff throughout the detox process.

In inpatient detox you have people willing to support you in your recovery. The doctors, nurses, therapists, and other staff members help you to confront your addiction and deal with the symptoms of withdrawal.

Inpatient Detox can Tailor the Detox Program to you

An inpatient detox program is tailored to meet your needs. There is no one size fits all treatment model. Each individual is different and different people respond better to treatment programs that are designed to suit their needs.

Can Prevent an Adverse Reaction and Dangerous Detox Symptoms

According to the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, patient centered detox can help to prevent some of the more severe detox reactions. The medical monitoring prevents high risk reactions and can detect dangerous symptoms before they become life threatening.

Inpatient Detox Keeps you Away from Stress

Stress is one of the largest causes of drug addiction and abuse. People self medicate with hydrocodone to relieve the stress. Unfortunately, you cannot detox and recover from the addiction if you remain in a stressful environment. Inpatient detox offers you a stress free environment to stop your hydrocodone addiction.

Finding an Inpatient Hydrocodone Detox Facility

You can find an inpatient hydrocodone detox facility by calling 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?). We can help you find the detox and treatment center that is right for you.

5 Reasons You Need to Detox from Hydrocodone

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