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Benefits of Inpatient Codeine Detox

Since most people think of codeine as a light opiate, they do not know the dangers of abusing it. One of these dangers includes symptoms of withdrawal once you stop taking the drug. Just like any other opiate, codeine withdrawal is very difficult to cope with. Inpatient codeine detox has some benefits over outpatient detox treatment.

Medical Care for your Symptoms

According to the National Library of Medicine, stopping codeine suddenly can cause withdrawal. Sometimes the symptoms of codeine withdrawal are very severe. The most severe are:

  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • pain in the joints, muscles, or bones

These symptoms can cause complications such as massive dehydration, suicidal ideation, and severe pain. Doctor’s are available in detox centers to treat both the symptoms and the complications that often result.

Counseling while in Detox

In an inpatient detox your counseling and support can start immediately. Since many of the withdrawal symptoms of codeine are psychological, it is important to have a trained counselor to help you deal with them. During inpatient detox you will have access to:

  • individual counseling
  • group counseling
  • 12 step programs
  • a variety of other supportive therapies
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Group counseling is offered in inpatient codeine detox.

For an inpatient codeine detoxification facility that provides counseling all you have to do is call 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?).

Less Chance of Relapse

If you are in an inpatient setting, you do not:

  • have access to the codeine
  • have access to a dealer
  • know where to find a dealer
  • have access to friends or family who will enable you to use the drugs

This lack of ability to acquire the drug reduces you chances of relapse.

You can Avoid your Triggers

Avoiding your triggers is easy when you are isolated from them. A trigger is something that reminds you of the pleasant feelings of using drugs or stresses you to the point that you want to use. Since you are isolated from your triggers there is less of a chance that you will relapse and less of a chance you will be exposed to the initial causes of the drug use.

Less Stress

During inpatient codeine detoxification there is less stress on you. You do not have to:

  • take care of children
  • cater to family and friends
  • worry about work or school
  • worry about cooking meals

You can focus solely on getting off the drugs with almost everything else taken care of.

Easy Transition into Treatment After Detox

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, detox is just the first step in addiction treatment. It should be followed by a transition into a full drug addiction treatment program. If you are in an inpatient detox facility that also provides drug addiction treatment, it just makes the transition easier.

Finding an Inpatient Detox Facility

Finding an inpatient codeine detox facility does not have to be difficult or confusing. You can find one simply by calling 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?). We can help you find the detox and treatment center you need to get off codeine.

What Happens After Detox in Drug Rehab Programs?

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Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by a quality treatment center within the USA.

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