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Choosing the Best Luxury Fentanyl Rehab Centers for Yourself or a Loved One

According to the Centers for Disease Control, prescription painkiller abuse is rapidly reaching epidemic proportions in the United States. One of the more dangerous prescription painkillers to abuse is Fentanyl. It is dangerous both because it is addictive and because when people abuse it is very easy to overdose on. This is why it is so important to both recognize and get treatment for a Fentanyl addiction.

How to Recognize Fentanyl Abuse andudd Addiction

Fentanyl addiction

One symptom of Fentanyl addiction is excessive sweating.

There are many signs of Fentanyl abuse and addiction. The most common signs are physical but there are mental and emotional ones as well. Each person responds differently to Fentanyl so these symptoms might vary slightly. The symptoms are:

  • excessive sweating,
  • headache,
  • fever,
  • nausea,
  • vomiting,
  • diarrhea,
  • insomnia,
  • muscle cramps,
  • generalized pain,
  • joint pain, and
  • twitching.

In addition to these, someone who is addiction might:

  • neglect their appearance,
  • not shower for several days,
  • appear drawn or gaunt,
  • be irritable or aggressive if they cannot get the drug,
  • act secretively,
  • get aggressive when confronted by their drug use, and
  • act strangely while they are on the drug.

All of these signs may show up at any point during the addiction but they tend to get worse the longer the addiction goes on.

Who needs Fentanyl Addiction Treatment?

Although anyone who uses Fentanyl for any length of time will most likely become dependent on it. It is important to understand there is a difference between dependence and addiction. Dependence is when a drug you need is taken as prescribe and needs to be tapered off if you quit. You cannot just stop cold without gradually reducing the medication. Addiction is when you take a medication not as prescribed or for recreation and your body begins to need to drug. Tapering is usually the preferable method to stop a Fentanyl addiction but there are opiate replacements available.

Those who are addicted to Fentanyl displace certain behaviors that are hallmarks of addiction. These behaviors are:

  • craving the drug,
  • taking more than the prescribed amount,
  • making excuses to get more of the drug including say the prescription was lost or stolen,
  • expressing worry or agitation when they are about to run out of the drug,
  • doctor shopping, going to a few different doctors until they find the one that will give them the Fentanyl in the dosage that they want,
  • stealing other people’s medications to get high on,
  • buying the medication illegally,
  • doing things that are completely out of character in order to gain Fentanyl,
  • making poor decisions,
  • showing up late or not at all to work.
  • frequent job changes,
  • changes in living arraignments,
  • financial difficulties regardless of job status,
  • bills or obligations not being paid because of the addiction,
  • everything up to and including prostitution to get the drug, and
  • taking secondary drugs to avoid withdrawal.

These are just a few of the signs of the behaviors of an addict. Although they might not exhibit all of these behaviors, usually several of them show up as the addiction progresses.

Inpatient vs. Outpatient Rehab Centers

Inpatient and outpatient Fentanyl rehab centers seem very similar, but there are some major differences as well. Luxury inpatient Fentanyl treatment involves staying in a residential rehab facility 24 hours a day for the course of the treatment program. Some of the services offered include:

  • nutritious meals prepared by gourmet chefs,
  • a variety of diversion activities,
  • luxurious rooms and locations,
  • medication management of your addiction,
  • cutting edge medical care and staff,
  • treatment of any other illnesses or mental health issues,
  • personal counseling,
  • group counseling sessions, and
  • training in life skills, so that you have an easier time remaining drug free.

Every fentanyl treatment program has advantages and disadvantages. Luxury treatment programs are no different. The advantages of inpatient treatment are:

  • isolation from the stresses of everyday life and the triggers that brought about your fentanyl addiction,
  • treatment programs that focus not only on the addiction, but the underlying causes,
  • access to medical staff or counselors 24 hours a day,
  • a peer group made up of other people that are battling similar issues, and
  • some of the highest rates of recovery, with less chance of relapse.

The disadvantages of inpatient Fentanyl treatment include:

  • a rigid and structured environment that is not beneficial to everyone,
  • less control over the individual treatment options,
  • missing work or school while you are in treatment, that may result in a loss of your job, and
  • the fact that you are not in a position to care for children or family while receiving treatment.

The luxury outpatient Fentanyl treatment option is different, in that you only go to the rehab center when you have a specific appointment. This is typically on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. The services offered in outpatient Fentanyl treatment are:

  • medication management and medical treatment for health issues related to your fentanyl addiction,
  • individual counseling,
  • group therapy sessions, and
  • basic life skills training.

Just as with inpatient treatment there are advantages and disadvantages to outpatient fentanyl treatment. The advantages of outpatient treatment programs are:

  • that it is variable to your specific needs and schedule,
  • you have more control over your individual treatment options,
  • the ability to attend school or work while you are in treatment, without having to explain absences or admit a drug problem,
  • the fact that you still have the necessary time to care for your children and loved ones, and
  • that you can have the direct support of friends and family during recovery.

The disadvantages of outpatient Fentanyl treatment include:

  • high cost services that are charged individually and require payment at the time they are rendered,
  • difficulty avoiding all of the stresses and triggers that caused your Fentanyl addiction,
  • regular and frequent trips to the rehab center, and
  • a significantly higher rate of relapse.

As stated before, all forms of Fentanyl treatment have advantages and disadvantages. Every individual has different needs, and no treatment option is right for everyone. It is important to carefully consider all treatment options, and choose the one that gives you the most help in recovering from your Fentanyl addiction.

What Can Be Treated in Luxury Rehab Centers?

Many things can be treated in luxury rehab. Most of the luxury rehabs can treat:

  • primary and secondary drug addictions to:

o Fentanyl

o cocaine,

o opiates,

o stimulants,

o dissociatives,

o psychedelics,

o methamphetamine,

o amphetamines, and

o other commonly abused drugs.

  • mental illnesses like:

o mood disorders,

o psychosis,

o addiction disorders,

o personality disorders,

  • mental illnesses caused by addiction such as:

o addiction related psychosis,

o depression,

o anxiety,

o post traumatic stress disorder, and

o other types of trauma.

  • the causes of addiction including mental and medical illnesses, and
  • other addictions such as:

o shopping,

o sex,

o pornography,

o stealing, and

o gambling.

Most luxury addiction treatment centers have doctors on staff that can treat everything from the common cold to extreme mental illness. They also have agreements with nearby hospitals in case anything severe needs to be treated.

What Does Luxury Rehab Cost?

The cost of luxury rehab depends on the services the rehab provides. A luxury inpatient facility with all of the amenities can cost from thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars a month. Each rehab is a bit different. A luxury outpatient rehab usually charges per service so the cost is based on the services you use rather than a total program. Fortunately, there are things that offset the cost of rehab.

  • Insurance coverage – some insurance plans offer coverage for substance abuse programs and treatments. Check with your insurance company to see if your plan covers all or part of the treatment. Even if the insurance does not cover drug abuse treatment, it might cover the underlying cause of the abuse. If the reason for addiction is mental illness or chronic pain, it is possible that your insurance covers treatment for these illnesses.
  • Government programs – there are government programs that help defray the cost of substance abuse treatment. In order to find these programs speak with a substance abuse financial coordinator.
  • Payment plans – some facilities offer reasonable payment plans for treatment. They understand that not everyone can afford thousands of dollars for treatment all at once. Again speaking to a financial coordinator for a substance abuse program will help you decide if this is an option for you.

Cost should not be the deciding factor in getting the treatment you need. There are programs and relief options that can help you with the cost of a luxury treatment program. These options are available for most rehab patients. For more information, give us a call at 800-256-3490. We can answer all of your questions about the different luxury rehab options, their treatment, and the cost of treatment. Today is the day to get help for your Fentanyl addiction.

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