Saturday, 18 March 2017

Advice on taking Opioids from Addiction Specialist herself

Opiod Withdrawal

Opioids are the medications which are commonly prescribed to relieve pain and most commonly prescribed by doctors in United States. Over the past 10 years, their usage has increased dramatically and so has increased the number of clients seeking outpatient drug addiction treatment for prescribed medications.Opioids are commonly prescribed by doctors after surgery or to help patients relieve with severe acute or chronic pain.Opioids are most commonly prescribed by doctors in United States today. These powerful medications must be taken only as directed by physicians.

In general, opioids are friendly, safe and manage pain effectively and rarely cause addiction. But studies have shown that opioids are safe only when it is taken exactly as prescribed by medical professionals. The problem arises when they are abused.

Yes, Addiction specialist Dr. IndraCidambi specifies about some of opioid medications which can be highly addictive. Dr. Cidambiarticle “Erase Your Pain.” is featured in Health Magazine in the section titled, “What to Know About Taking Opioids”, Dr. Cidambiexpertise provides readers an insight about how opioids work and how addictive they can be. Oxycodone and Codeine these medications attach to opioid receptors in the body and brain to reduce the perception of pain. They produce a feeling of relaxation and euphoria and can be highly addictive warned byM.D Medical Director of Center for Network Therapy in Middlesex, New Jersey.  So, she advises to take opioids only when absolutely necessary. She advises to take at the time of crippling agony after an accident, or at the time of any major surgery. In general she advises to limit the use of these drugs as much as possible. Dr. Cidambiadvises that most of the time for acute injuries hardly you need it to take more than few days. But if your doctor wants to prescribe you for longer than a week, ask for other options.

Dr. IndraCidambinationally acclaimed chemical dependence expert offers Ambulatory Detoxification from opiates (heroin, pain killers) Alcohol, Benzodiazepines and Suboxone. Also addresses benzodiazepine withdrawal, alcohol detoxification and opiate (pain pills, heroin) withdrawal.

Dr. IndraCidambi, M.D at Center for Network Therapy,  unproven medications (Suboxone, Librium, Valium, etc.) and protocols that are used in an inpatient setting. CNT does not provide detoxification from opiates rapidly as it is not proven to be safe. CNT’s services are utmost of high quality. In contrast to inpatient detoxification, clients can safely return to the comfort of their own bed each night. CNT provides Wi-Fi access and allow our clients to keep their cell phones. Keeping gadgets helps patients to minimize the disruption and tension of clients day today life  as they can stay in touch with family, work and school. Also very important, clients are able to practice the skills that they learn daily come back the other day and discuss what actually worked and what they struggled with. Therapists are calibrated to work individually with patients to help them in areas they struggle

All detox-related medications are provided to the patients at no cost by CNT. At Center for Network Therapy, nurses and ASAM board certified physicians monitor the progress of patients throughout the day and titrate medications. Each day at CNT consists of 8 hours of structured treatment – group/individual therapy and self-help groups. In that Family, involvement is strongly encouraged. The length of stay is between 7 and 14 days.

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