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Opana Home Detox

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Long-term use or abuse of Opana can lead to dependence, requiring that patients undergo detox in order to be treated. Opana is a narcotic prescription medication meant to control moderate to severe pain. It contains oxymorphone, a powerful opiate painkiller, and comes in an extended-release version. Detoxing from Opana can be tricky – a physical dependence will result in the development of withdrawal symptoms once use is stopped. These symptoms can be dangerous and extremely painful, making it difficult to handle alone. Opana addiction is best treated by professionals who specialize in addiction medicine. Trying to detox at home can be difficult because patients can become very sick. Withdrawal can also be so intolerable that patients begin to use the drug again, falling into a cycle of use and relapse.

Opana Home Detox can be Painful

Detoxification is the process in which the body begins to rid itself of the drug. This can be brought about when patients abstain from use or when they seek medical help to detox. There are home remedies or “detox kits” advertised on the Internet, purporting to treat the dependence quickly and easily in the comfort of your home. Many people don’t find these useful, as many don’t offer the kind of support needed at this time. There are also detox facilities that treat patients in a number of ways but quickly discharge them to recover on their own. The days immediately following detox are critical. Patients need support, encouragement and close supervision.

Patients can be Opana Free in a Short Amount of Time

Withdrawal management is a key component to a successful detox. The Waismann Institute in southern California has a unique approach to deal with symptoms such as body shakes, muscle and bone pain, agitation, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and headaches. We offer a safe, effective and discreet opana detox that takes place in a full service accredited hospital. Our medical detoxification utilizes sedative medication, to help maximize the patients comfort during the induced withdrawal process. Undergoing the Waismann Method processes, can fast forward  weeks of painful withdrawal in a matter of minute.
The medication used intravenously, speeds up withdrawal symptoms, which develop and pass while patients are resting in their private rooms.  Patients stay between 2 and 3 days in the hospital and are transition into our exclusive Domus Retreat aftercare facility, for further around the clock care. Patients here can benefit from counseling, biofeedback and other therapies that aid in the recovery process.
Waismann Method Treatment Center is located exclusively in So. California. Patients fly from all over the world, in order to receive the most advanced treatment for opiate dependence available. If you are looking for a thorough, safe and individualized treatment, give us a call today at 310-205-0808.
 

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