There is a large number of codeine addicts in United States as shown by statistics. Most of the patients start taking Codeine for therapeutic purposes and end up becoming addicted to it. So it is very important to strictly adhere to the dosage prescribed by the doctor to avoid unexpected consequences. If codeine is abused, there is a great risk to develop tolerance so every time the user ends up increasing amounts. If not controlled, the dosage may reach dangerous levels resulting into an overdose. Addiction is a serious disease that ends up ruining the entire life of a patient. But it is never too late to reach out for help. The recovery is always possible if the patient is determined. There are many rehabilitation centers established that can help addicts recover and go back to a normal life. Determination, medications, therapy and aftercare programs can immensely help an addict return to a life of sobriety. There are a number of treatment options available for codeine addiction treatment.
Multiple treatment options are available for codeine addicts. It is important to assess the condition of the patient before a recovery plan is devised for him. SloRecoveryCenters make sure to consider these aspects and provide the best possible treatment to the patient. After detoxification process has been completed, Partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment programs may help the patient to return to a normal life.
During Partial hospitalization treatment, patients are made to live in a specially designed treatment facility. The duration for which the treatment lasts depends upon the condition and progress of the patient. During the process, the patients are provided continuous medical supervision. Chances of recovery increase a great deal for patients who opt for Partial hospitalization treatment programs. It is particularly recommended for the patients with long term Codeine abuse history. Statistics show that patients who attend an Partial hospitalization treatment program are less likely to relapse and more likely to recover.
Outpatient treatment programs are similar to Partial hospitalization treatment programs excluding the living in part. The patients are allowed to live at their home and perform their everyday duties. Outpatient treatment programs can be an option for those patients who did not abuse codeine for long periods of time and those who are determined to make a recovery with a supportive family at their back. It is not recommended for the patients for patients with poor physical and mental health. The chances of relapse are greater if only an outpatient treatment program is attended. It is better to sign up for an outpatient treatment program after the completion of an Partial hospitalization one.
Therapy holds utmost importance throughout the process of recovery. It is just as much important as medications and other practices. Therapies are an important part of both Partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment programs. These therapies focus on finding the root cause that led a patient towards addiction and eradicating them. there are a number of purposes served by therapy such as triggers that may lead an patient to relapse and how to cope with them, how to successfully maintain a life of sobriety, teaching coping mechanisms to successfully avoid cravings, in short, helping the addict to build his life all over again.
The therapies most commonly offered at SloRecoveryCenters during rehab include individual, group and couple/family therapies.
Aftercare programs can help the patient a great deal to successfully live a life of sobriety. A number of self help groups and treatment groups are available for the patient to join. In these groups, patients come together every once in a while and discuss their problems. Aftercare programs can be a great way to keep the patient motivated. The chances of relapse never truly go away. They can only be decreased by using such preventive measures. Patients who sign up for aftercare programs are less likely to relapse
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Co-occurring conditions have a significant importance in the rehabilitation process. It is highly likely that a drug addict has an underlying undiagnosed mental illness such as depression and anxiety or other factors such as emotional trauma in the past and loss of a loved one. Most of the opioid addicts have been found to be struggling with such conditions. Treating co-occurring mental illnesses is a key part of any good rehabilitation program. To treat the addiction, the diagnosis and treatment of such conditions is crucial. If these illnesses are left unattended, the chances of relapse heighten a great deal so no rehabilitation program can be sufficient unless it offers treatment of co-occurring conditions.
Even after the patient has made a full recovery, the chances of relapse always persist and it is not possible to completely eliminate them. Simple changes in lifestyle can help to reduce the chances a great deal.