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  1. Privacy Overview This website uses cookies to improve your experience w hile you navigate through the website. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities... Show more Necessary Always Enabled Non-Necessary Enabled TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. What’s An Opioid Use Disorder? 2. Diagnosis Of Opioid Use Disorder 3. Treatment For Opioid Use Disorder 4. Opioid Replacement Therapy Science and medicines have improved the lifespan of the human race. People depend upon medicines for their well being, especially painkillers to get rid of pains. People approach a doctor for their ailments and doctors prescribe painkillers to alleviate pain. In this case, most of the people will be prescribed a medication called opioid and doctors call it as a narcotic or opiate. These painkillers are derived from the “joy plant” named opium poppy. The medicines made from the opium poppy relieves the pain and in addition , it gives you a pleasant feeling(euphoria). Due to this, people begin abusing this medication and take a high dose to get a high feeling. In America, millions of people suffer from an opioid crisis. People began using opioids for other purposes than intended by the doctor and which become an opioid epidemic. The strong desire for this medication has turned into an addiction. This article will provide you with valuable pieces of information on opioid addiction treatments. — What’s An Opioid Use Disorder? Opioid use disorder is a medical condition, where the individual is dependent and can not stop using opioids even in spite of the harmful consequences. This disorder is characterized by the strong desire to use opioids and increased tolerance to opioids. Here Are The Opioid Addiction Symptoms And Signs: ★ Drug-seeking behavior and using high doses of opioids. ★ Can not control using the drug. ★ Strong desire for the drug in spite of legal or social problems. ★ Have withdrawal symptoms. ★ Having more opioid cravings.

  2. If a person tries to stop the opioid use abruptly, the individual may experience s ymptoms of opioid withdrawal which includes: ★ Palpitations ★ Shakiness ★ Tremors ★ Dilated pupils ★ Anxiety ★ Muscle cramps ★ Sweating ★ Yawning — Diagnosis Of Opioid Use Disorder With long-term opioid use, the individual has significant physical and mental impairments. Your doctor will decide whether you have opioid addiction symptoms or not based on certain factors. The person takes more opioids than intended, spends more time seeking opioids, social withdrawal, increased tolerance, has strong cravings, unable to stop opioids use, and symptoms of opioid withdrawal. — Opioid Addiction Statistics OPIOID ADDICTION STATISTICS THE WAY FROM OPIOID ADDICTION TO RECOVERY - UNDERSTANDING OPIOID ADDICTION - WHAT ARE OPIOIDS? < Opioids, sometimes called narcotics, are medications prescribed by doctors to treat * /k persistent or severe pain. ™ r "While opioids can efficiently alleviate pain, ^ it carries some risks and can be highly ™ addictive." The inability to control opioid use Uncontrollable cravings Drowsiness Changes in sleep habits Weight loss Frequent flu-like symptoms OPIOID ADDICTION STATISTICS 116 people died every day from 46 people die from a prescription percent of people who abused

  3. prescription painkillers in 2013. painkiller overdose. opioid-related drug overdoses 42,249 people died from overdosing opioids 2.1 million people had opioid use disorder 11.5 million people misused prescription opioids 2-1| million people 1 misused prescription opioids for the first time. 17,087 deaths attributed to overdosing on 948,000 people used heroin commonly prescribed opioids 170,000 people used heroin for the first time 15,469 deaths attributed to overdosing on heroin 19, 413 deaths attributed to overdosing on synthetic opioids other than methadone ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION HOW DO THEY OBTAIN THE MEDICATIONS? People who abuse prescription opioids get them through various routes, including: Using their own prescriptions | From friends or relatives for free | Buying from a drug dealer Buying from friends or relatives SYMPTOMS OF AN OPIOID OVERDOSE Slow, shallow breathing Extreme sleepiness Inability to talk Blue skin color & dark-colored lips

  4. snoring or gurgling sounds OPIOID WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOUR LOVED ONE IS ADDICTED TO OPIOIDS? If you are your loved one struggling with opioid addiction and ready to quit, kindly contact AddictionAide to find out about your treatment options today. Addiction < Get help today by calling (802) 231-1018 or visiting -congress/2016/americas-addiction-to-opioids-heroin-prescription-drug-abuse — Treatment For Opioid Use Disorder Opioid Addiction Treatment is based on how long the individual abused the drug and the severity of the addiction. The first step is to stop the individual from being dependent on the drug. For this detoxification is done, it can be performed in an outpatient or an inpatient rehab to make the patient abstinent. Based on the severity of intoxication, the individual experiences withdrawal symptoms. The doctor may prescribe some medications to ease the withdrawal symptoms namely methadone and buprenorphine. Another treatment approach foropioid disorder is medication-assisted treatment(MAT). Research shows that medication-assisted treatment is the most effective in treating people with an opioid disorder. MAT programs for opioid use disorder encompass the use of medications including Methadone, Buprenorphine, and Naltrexone. All these medications block the effects of opioids crisis so that the person does not feel high. These medications come in tablet forms or as an injection.

  5. — Opioid Replacement Therapy Opioid replacement therapy sometimes also called opioid substitution therapy makes use of opioid medications that act as a substitute for opioids that were already taken and reduces the withdrawal symptoms. The medications used in this therapy suppresses the cravings for opioids. This replacement therapy stabilizes and maintains the patient’s condition thereby allowing them to proceed with further treatments through rehabilitation. The doses of the medication given in the replacement therapy are noted by the doctor and it does not alter the chemical reactions of the brain. However, replacement therapy alone is not sufficient, the patient has to go through individual counseling and other behavioral therapies to get sober and prevent relapsing. Find the best opioid addiction treatment center near me, check the addiction centers listed by the addiction aide website. Resources v Tags v FIND THE RIGHT TREATMENT Addictionaide provides a confidential drug abuse assessment and treatment placements tailored to your individual needs. Achieve long-term recovery, give us a call or fill out the form below and we will respond to you as soon as possible. J 802-231-1018 FAQ + Can you leave the rehabilitation center? + What are the Stages of Addiction? + What are narcotics and why people get it? Read More CALL NOW 24/7 Compassionate Advisors Available. Free Consultation Available.

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