Waismann Method Rapid Detox and Opiates Blog

On this blog, Waismann Method writes about several topics. These topics include:

  • Heroin Detox
  • Rapid Detox
  • Suboxone Detox
  • Methadone Detox
  • Oxycodone Detox
  • Fentanyl Detox
  • Prescription Drug Detox

We also discuss many other opioid / opiate related issues, news, solutions, and facts. If you have any rapid detox questions, please feel free to also contact us directly.

About Waismann Method

We are one of the most successful opioid detox programs worldwide by providing the most medically advanced procedures available, in particular, Rapid Detox. Anesthesia Assisted Rapid Detox and other forms of effective medical detoxification are available options to patients from all over the world.

Patients fly to our exclusive location, in Southern California; they are received at the airport by a representative where their path to recovery starts. Waismann Method offers rapid detox and other forms of opioid detoxification treatment in a Full-Service JCAHO Accredited Hospital in Southern California. By focusing on one single location, we have been able to concentrate our efforts on remaining the leading Rapid Detox Center worldwide.

 

closeup of man pouring prescription pills into hand risking drug interactions between opioids and antidepressants

Antidepressant and Opioid Drug Interactions

Patients who take antidepressants and opioids together can experience serious health risks. Despite that risk, doctors co-prescribed the two drug types in over 17 million office visits between 2013 and 2014, according to a 2018 study from Drug, Healthcare and Patient Safety. New research has shed more light on the dangerous consequences of these drug…

Male doctor assesses male patient for possible hyperalgesia symptoms

How Your Opioid Prescription Can Make Your Pain Worse: What You Need to Know About Hyperalgesia

Physicians commonly prescribe opioids to treat pain, with more than 17 percent of Americans filling at least one opioid prescription in 2017, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Yet few people realize that prolonged use of opioids can actually make pain worse. A condition called opiate-induced hyperalgesia remains relatively misunderstood by patients and physicians. Here’s what…

Is an Alcoholism Crisis Looming in the U.S.?

For the past few years, public attention has focused heavily on the opioid crisis sweeping across the U.S. But another public health emergency has been escalating: alcoholism. Although opioid use and alcoholism involve different substances, their root causes are often the same, and they often co-occur. People in emotional and physical distress use the substances…