Finding the Best Treatment and Detox for Opioid Addiction in North Carolina
Opioid treatment begins with an effective detox; finding the best North Carolina Detox, can be a daunting process. For that reason, people addicted to opioids such as heroin and prescription pain pills, often choose to travel out of state to receive treatment. Fortunately enough, opioid treatment centers like the Waismann Method® offer patients an all inclusive, effective and comfortable option to overcome opiate addiction. Opioid addiction can take a significant toll on your life or the life of a loved one. Healing starts by finding the best treatment, and that treatment might be just a few hours away.
Opioid Overdose Deaths, Plagues No. Carolina Cities
Prescription pharmaceuticals, including opiates and benzodiazepines, are diverted and abused across the country at an alarming rate. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said in 2009 that North Carolina’s problem with the illicit use and distribution of pharmaceuticals was “widespread.” Counties throughout this East Coast state have been affected by the widespread misuse of prescription painkillers and heroin (opioids). These drugs are highly potent and attach to opiate receptors in the body. Prescription opiates are often used for pain relief but can lead to dependence with prolonged use or abuse. The DEA says the increase in demand for these drugs is due to their relative ease of access. The agency reports that popular diversion tactics in North Carolina include illegal sale and distribution by healthcare workers, prescription fraud, employee theft, doctor shopping and the Internet.
Methadone, morphine, codeine, hydrocodone and oxycodone are opiates of choice for people who want to divert or obtain these medications in North Carolina. The largest metropolitan areas of the state have been affected by this problem. The fallout from prescription painkiller abuse and diversion has devastated communities and puts stress on already-taxed law enforcement agencies, hospitals and courts. Officials say North Carolina also has a problem with the recreational use of opiates, among young people. The North Carolina State Risk Behavior Survey from 2007 shows that a quarter of high school students in the western part of the state had used prescription drugs recreationally at least once. This is noticeably greater than the 17 percent of students in the central and eastern parts of the state who reported such use. The report said the drugs most often used by these students were OxyContin, Percocet and Xanax.
North Carolina Reporting Record Increases in Heroin Deaths
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCD) reported that death rates from synthetic opioids, including fentanyl, increased 72.2% from 2014 to 2015. The report also confirms the dramatic increase in overdoses that first responders have seen. During this same period, heroin deaths increased by 20.6%. South Carolina, North Carolina and Tennessee are on the top of the eleven states with the highest increases in heroin overdose deaths.
The number of people dying from heroin addiction and abuse has jumped up 584 percent.There is hope, and there is help out there, and we are here to help you find it.
Waismann Method Provides the highest Opioid Detox Success Rate
An opiate dependence can be debilitating, but fortunately, there is help available for North Carolina residents searching for safe and effective detox. Waismann Method has treated thousands of people from across the world for close to two decades. Patients fly from all over the world to Southern California, where they are usually admitted to a private accredited hospital for a thorough examination, to rule out any possible underlying conditions, that could compromise the detoxification. To address the physical dependence, we use medications that gently cleanse the opiates from patients’ opiate receptors. There is no shame in seeking help for opiate dependence and Waismann Method is known for its compassionate and successful treatment protocols.
If you or a loved one has been living with an opioid addiction, it is likely you are struggling with the fear of withdrawal. Life does not have to revolve around opioid dependency and its symptoms.
A treatment center that specializes in opioid addiction can be one of the best ways to begin the path to sobriety. At our treatment center, you will be heard and cared for with compassion and professionalism. You will be able to escape the fear and shame you are feeling now and focus on the one thing that matters most – the healing process. You will be able to safely and comfortably detox from heroin and any other opioid drugs and finally be on the path of reclaiming your life.
Don’t wait. Call us now at 1-310-205-0808 and ask how we can help.
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