Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Effects of short term and long term use of pain killers

Pain Pill detoxification

Pain Pill are quite common today’s people but more common are the harmful side effects associated with it. While people talk about headaches, nausea, vomiting, an intense high, muscle spasms all over the body and their trouble of not having a good sleep, the doctors always tend to entertain the possibility of a heart disease. Such symptoms of patients having troubled nights rubs off on a confused doc trying to find out the actual cause of issue and prescribe medications. The story almost always predictably stops on the Pain Pills Withdrawal treatment in a doc's rehab clinic or rehab treatment center in a hospital. This scenario often played out by a millions of people all over the globe is set to change now.

What is Pain Pill Withdrawal?

I am confident about a thing that you have lost the count of a number of times you have been squabbling about sleepless nights that has grabbed you into a pediatric visit for its frequent intensity. Addition to that the considerable risk of sharing a waiting room airtight with sick people. The Pain Pill Withdrawal assists such patients to overcome their intense affinity for the pills. It diminishes their drug tolerance which means they are no longer in need a supply of any pill. After which they are directed to counseling and support centers.

So what actually are the effects of short term and long term use of pain killers that really matters to your life?

There are various kinds of pain pills available in the market ranging from Over The Counter (OTC) drugs which include Ibuprofen, Naproxen and Aspirin to the doc's favorite ones, the prescribed drugs which include Tramadol, Morphine, Opana, Hydrocodone. From all of them, the narcotic pain pills are the most notorious among the list. They echelon the highest risk of addiction. Improper use of pain killers most of the times result in harmful consequences sometimes being fatal. The death tolls in a year particularly in the USA are something to be noted of.

The short-term side-effects of these are generally caused due to opiate category pills. An intense high is perceived leads you to a sedated state and ending with slowed down reactions. The degree of the high depends on how you take the drug. Is it snorted, swallowed or crushed and injected into the veins. The short term effects may be nothing to be worried of, but in the long term, the results are really serious, some may prove fatal. Mild conditions are nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and muscle spasms in random points in the body. Some pills are also capable of increasing the possibilities of a heart attack. However, all these effects are directly proportional to how you consume the pills, swallow it, snort it or crush it and inject it into your veins.

The Pain Pill Withdrawal treatment begins with lowering the dose of the pill through professional guidance providing you counseling and support. The results are achieved slowly over a period of time. A pain pill avoided a day keeps the doctors away and your life will be long lasting.

Center for Network Therapy, CNT is led by a nationally acclaimed chemical dependence expert, IndraCidambi. CNT offers, high quality Ambulatory (Outpatient) Detoxification from alcohol benzodiazepines, opiates (heroin, pain killers) and Suboxone exclusively while addressing co-occurring psychiatric issues.

Dr. Cidambi initiated the use of the Ambulatory Detox model and CNT has successfully detoxed it’s various clients. Group size is kept limited so as to provide highly individualized treatment and allow clients the space to express and process feelings. CNT accepts private health insurance and are very easily accessible from the GSP, NJTP, I-78, I-287, Rt. 1, Rt. 18, Rt. 22, Rt. 202 and Rt. 206.

CNT offers Vivitrol shots after the completion of detox and offers step down to PHP and IOP levels of care with medication management.

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