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OxyContin Withdrawal

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Depressed Senior Man Looking Through Rows of Prescription MedicaAn addiction to OxyContin can be devastating. The good news is, there is a safe, responsible and humane detox program that can get you free of OxyContin dependence in just a few days. Withdrawing from OxyContin is often viewed as the hard part. In reality, you probably  already suffered enough through the hard part – addiction.
Withdrawal occurs when the body is detoxing or ridding itself of drugs or alcohol. In most cases it cannot be avoided but it definitely could be assisted. OxyContin is a powerful opiate prescription medicine intended for severe pain. It has a high potential to lead to misuse, abuse and addiction among patients legitimately receiving OxyContin therapy and those who are recreational users. The most obvious sign of a physical addiction to the drug is the withdrawal symptoms that sets in, sometimes within hours of the last dose. Those who are addicted ,have additional medical issues or feel that the symptoms of withdrawal could be too much to handle, should not attempt to detox without medical help as a number of medical complications can arise.

Waismann Method Offers Opiate-Free OxyContin Detox

The Waismann Method offers a rapid drug detox program that has had an outstanding success, treating addiction to OxyContin and all other opiates. We want you to know, that you no longer have to fear opiate withdrawal. Our procedure medically manages the painful symptoms in the safest and most comfortable manner available . Withdrawing from potent narcotics can be physically and mentally strenuous if not managed properly. Many conventional drug treatment programs use opiate substitution therapy to treat opiate addiction. The Waismann Method Group does not use opiate replacement drugs in order to treat your addiction, we offer a complete detoxification with the goal of an opiate free result.

The Severity of OxyContin Withdrawal Could Depend on Many Factors

OxyContin withdrawal can include a number of symptoms. Each person experiences this process in a different way. The severity of withdrawal depends on a number of factors including the length of the addiction, how much a person has taken and how frequently he or she has taken it. Symptoms can include:

  • Strong drug cravings
  • Cold flashes
  • An itchy sensation
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiousness
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Tremors
  • Sweating
  • Cold flashes
  • Muscle and bone pain
  • Confusion
  • Extreme irritability
  • Muscle spasms
  • Sleeplessness

The Suffering Can End Here: OxyContin Accelerated Detox Offers Hope

The fear of a painful withdrawal doesn’t have to keep you under the spell of OxyContin addiction any longer. Our medical experts offer a number of medical detoxification procedures, which takes place in a accredited hospital where you receive top notch individual care. Intravenous medications are given to assist patients through a humane and dignified opiate detoxification. One of the treatments offered is rapid opiate detox, where an accelerated withdrawal is induced while patients are comfortable under sedation.
There is no longer a need to spend weeks or months suffering through a painful opiate withdrawal syndrome. The Waismann Method ® professionals have worked tirelessly for almost 2 decades, in its exclusive location in California, to offer patients the best opiate treatment available.

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