When facing the prospect of needing opiate detoxification, it’s important to know there are many addiction treatment options. Xodol is a prescription pain medication that contains hydrocodone, which is a very potent opiate (narcotic) analgesic. It also contains acetaminophen, a non-narcotic painkiller. People who are prescribed Xodol can take it safely most of the time. Some people can become dependent upon it if they take it in large doses or for a long period of time. Patients who are searching for a safe, effective Xodol treatment center should explore their options carefully. Foremost, they should find a program that ensures safety and comfort.
The Waismann Method of Xodol Detox
Xodol dependence can be treated quickly and comfortably with the Waismann Method of Rapid Detox. We focus on long-term recovery and we give patients the treatment, tools and encouragement they need to live the life they deserve. While other programs require long in-treatment stays, Waismann Method asks for a commitment of usually 2 to 3 days in our hospital and 2 to 7 additional days that patients spends transitioning to our Domus Retreat facility. Patients check into a southern California hospital where we use intravenous medication to cleanse the addiction from patients’ opiate receptors. This happens in less than two hours while patients rest lightly under general deep sedation. The procedure accelerates withdrawal and patients awaken without awareness this phase has passed. They are then monitored closely until the time of discharge. Patients then transition in our Domus Retreat aftercare facility, confident that opiate dependence is behind them.
- The Waismann Method sm allows most patients to return to a productive life in a matter of days and eliminates the need to spend months in hospitals or rehab programs.
- Traditional drug rehab treatment methods for Xodol addiction – talk therapy along with medicinal treatment to lessen the pain of withdrawal – often have less than 10% success rates after the first year due to Xodol powerful, physically addictive properties.
- Waismann Method sm is proud to say that we have the highest success rate of any other Xodol detox facility; 70% of our patients, after one year, do not go back to use opiates. The Waismann Method sm allows most patients to return to a productive life in a matter of days and eliminates the need to spend months in hospitals or rehab programs.
- Our advanced rapid drug treatment method for Xodol dependence is also known as the Waismann Method which provides the highest success rate in the field of opiate dependency in the last decade. Our opiate detox treatment, also known as the Waismann Method sm of Rapid Detox, treats Xodol addiction as a physical disease that can be overcome with advanced medical techniques.
- The Xodol detox treatment is performed in a full service hospital under the strict supervision of one of our medical directors. You are followed every step of the way from admission to release, and you are assisted in creating a plan for remaining opiate-free once you complete your Xodol detox.
Xodol Withdrawal and Rapid Detox
Detox can be a painful experience if patients enroll in a program that doesn’t manage the withdrawal phase. Xodol withdrawal, if not managed properly, can include symptoms such as:
- Strong cravings that won’t subside unless more of the drug is taken
- Extreme irritability
- Flu-like symptoms
- Cold sweats
- Muscle and bone pain and tremors
More advanced cases of Xodol addiction can result in seizures if patients try to detox without proper help. Some programs offer opiate treatment that doesn’t adequately address the physical dependence. This is evidenced by the development of withdrawal once use is stopped. Patients can have a very hard time abstaining from Xodol use if treatment doesn’t eliminate the physical dependence quickly. This can also lead to future relapses.
Other programs focus on the behavioral aspect of addiction and promote therapy and abstinence. This can cause patients to return to use because they don’t have the necessary tools and support to continue toward recovery. Other opiate detox programs can use potentially addicting medications, called opiate substitutes, to wean patients off more potent drugs. This can be effective for some people but usually requires that patients take these medications for a long period of time. Because they are also opiates, these substitute drugs such as methadone and Suboxone can also lead to dependence.