We Recommend that the Rapid Opiate Detox Under Sedation Procedure be Performed In A Hospital
Opiate addiction affects 2.4 million people in the United States with 467,000 people addicted to heroin alone. This does not account for other opiates like prescription pain medications. Addiction can devastate the families of the addict, cause numerous physical, mental, and financial issues that are harmful to the drug user and everyone around them. Per capita, there are more drug abusers in the United States than anywhere else in the world. Everyone knows there is an opiate epidemic, Advanced Rapid Detox actually has a solution.
Opiate Detox Eliminates Withdrawal Symptoms
- One of the main reasons why addicts struggle and are not successful with quitting is the excruciating withdrawal symptoms associated with stopping opiates cold turkey. Rapid opiate detox significantly decreases the acute physical and mental withdrawal symptoms that lead so many addicts back to their drug or opiate of choice.
Sedation Assisted Detox Treatment Leads to a Faster Recovery
- It is very common for people that struggle with opiate addiction to have jobs and families and most people don’t have the luxury to take weeks or months off from work to recover. Advanced Rapid Opiate Detox enables the patient to be totally opiate free within 3-4 days. It all depends on the drug of choice.
Do You Know About Vivitrol®?
- Vivitrol®, an FDA Approved injection, blocks the effects of all opiates. Advanced Rapid Detox provides you with a Vivitrol® shot during your detox procedure. There is no need to wait the usual 7-10 days, because Advanced Detox will have already removed the opiates from your system so that you can wake up protected by Vivitrol® and free from cravings. Vivitrol® has been proven to reduce the severity of cravings, increase the amount of time the user is abstinent, and reduce the relapse rate.
Are you TIRED of your addiction to pain pills, heroin, suboxone or opiates and just want your life back?
Ask Us if our Rapid Opiate Detox under Sedation procedure is right for You
Don’t switch your addiction to Suboxone® or Methadone