Oxycodone Addiction Treatment in Utah

Pathways Real Life Recovery offers treatment that helps Oxycodone users break their drug addiction. If you or a loved one are ready to obtain freedom from Oxycodone, contact Pathways Real Life Recovery for a FREE assessment by calling 801-981-9503.

Is Oxycodone Addictive?

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Yes, Oxycodone is dangerously addictive. Often, Oxycodone is prescribed as a pain-relieving drug. The prescription is indicated for the management of severe to moderate pain. Oxycodone is available in immediate releases, in formulas, or in combination with other analgesics, thus the different brand names.

Some of the common brand names include:

  • OxyContin
  • Lortab- Hydrocodone and acetaminophen
  • Percocet- OxyContin and acetaminophen
  • Percodan- OxyContin, and aspirin
  • OxyIR and OxyFast-oxycodone immediate release

Oxycodone is synthetically modified from opioid molecules obtained from poppy. Although oxycodone is fabricated in a lab, it carries similar traits and imparts in a similar way to the other opioids. It shares agonist properties and has a significant effect on the central nervous system, a phenomenon that is associated with the use of morphine and heroin. Also, like any other opioid in the market, oxycodone can deliver a powerful feeling of “highness,” also known as euphoria, thus rendering the drug potential for substance abuse.

Prolonged use of oxycodone has been associated with the development of tolerance and dependence. And even though heavy opioid users develop a considerable amount of tolerance to the illegal drugs, they do not develop a tolerance towards the lethal side effects of the drugs. Most of them are frequently hospitalized or even die due to the effects of the drugs.

Many individuals who are addicted to Oxycodone began their addiction journey through a legal prescription, only for them to unwittingly become dependent on the drug. Owing to desperation, tolerance levels, and limited access to the oxycodone, most of the addicts turn to stronger opioids such as heroin. While the transition from a mundane and health benefiting drug to hardcore opiates might seem absurd, opiate withdrawals can be attributed to the bizarre and incongruous decision.

Oxycodone Addiction Signs and Symptoms?

There`s a thin line between a responsible use of oxycodone and oxycodone abuse. Then, you may ask, how does one know he/she`s headed to an addiction? In general, one gets addicted to oxycodone if he starts using the drug in ways not prescribed by a doctor. This is to mean that if you start to take the drug for its effects, rather than the pain purpose, then you`ve crossed the line.

The signs and symptoms of the oxycodone vary from individuals, depending on their health status, or period of use.

Common signs and symptoms of oxycodone addiction;

  • Depression
  • Severe weakness
  • Paranoia

Common behavioral symptoms;

  • Social vice such as lying, and stealing
  • “Doctor Shopping”
  • Negligence
  • Strained interpersonal relations
  • Financial problems

Common physical symptoms;

  • Nauseated
  • Diarrhea
  • Dry mouth
  • Respiratory depression
  • Itching
  • Dizziness

Detox for Oxycodone Withdrawals

The main benefit of undertaking a detox program is for help in cleansing your body of the lethal toxins from the opiate drug. Pathways Real Life Recovery understands the benefits of a detox program, particularly to the oxycodone addicts, thus we’ve partnered with the best detox centers in Utah to facilitate oxycodone recovery. Apart from freeing the body from the oxycodone impurities, detoxification programs the body to no longer rely on drugs to be “fully functional.” Like any other drug detox program, oxycodone detoxification requires a managed program. By working with the doctors in Utah, we can prescribe to our client’s detox medications.

Some of the detox drugs that we offer include;

  • Vivitrol: helps in minimizing the oxycodone craving after recovery
  • Suboxone: helps in the termination of opiate drug during and after detox program

Pathways has developed a unique step-by-step detox program, which has a high success rate. We provide a tapered solution which entails withdrawing the opiate gradually and systematically, therefore avoiding costly withdrawal symptoms.

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Personalized & Effective Oxycodone Addiction Treatment Services

For effective treatment, we approach each case in an individualized way. This is to mean that we do not only treat the symptoms, we also treat an individual. Customization of our treatment has proved to be pragmatic since each person responds to treatment in different ways.

The therapeutic approach is to learn the root causes of addiction, learn the motives of their addiction, understand the underlying factors within that may lead to destructive behavior and provide our clients with the self-assurance and confidence they need to live an opioid-free life.

Common treatments for oxycodone addiction include;

At Pathways Real Life Recovery, we boast a diverse team of professionals. Some of the specialists in our team include;

  • Alcohol addiction specialist
  • Licensed clinical social workers (LCSW)
  • Addictionologist
  • Professional Counselors
  • Recovery Specialists

Pathways Real Life Recovery is an Oxycodone Addiction Treatment Center in Utah

Below are some of the reasons why Pathways is the ideal choice for oxycodone recovery.

  • A multi-faceted and comprehensive approach
  • Personalized treatment
  • Establish a support system, even after full recovery

The Oxycodone rehab process can be strenuous, and our treatment team will make sure to do everything they can to make you as comfortable as possible. Pathways Real Life Recovery offers addiction treatment in Utah in a residential or outpatient rehab setting for individuals addicted to Oxycodone. Contact us today for a free assessment at 801-895-3006.

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