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

According to the Centers for Disease Control, heroin use and addiction has reached epidemic proportions in the United States. Heroin, a derivative of opium, is a highly addictive substance associated with relaxation, euphoria, and pain control. Some of the drugs that closely resemble heroin are those used to treat chronic pain and acute pain. It is considered by many one of the hardest drugs to stop using. This is why rehab is necessary to prevent relapse and overdose.

Heroin Addiction

Heroin addiction is often called one of the worst addictions. It is extremely difficult to get off heroin once you start. Most people who are addicted to heroin need the help of a rehab center in order to stop using the drug. The signs of heroin addiction are:

  • track marks, these are needle scars that line the arms of people who inject heroin. They are extremely obvious when exposed. Many heroin addicts wear long sleeves in order to cover these marks. They also may appear as open sores on an addicts arm.
  • paraphernalia, this can be smoking implements such as pipes, spoons, and lighters. Paraphernalia can also be syringes, needles, and rubber hose used to block blood flow during injection.
  • unexplained absences, generally people who take heroin are absent for long periods. Heroin often makes you sleep or immobile so people who are addicted to heroin disappear while they are using it.
  • unexplained financial difficulties despite having a job. Heroin and heroin habits are expensive. Most people who are on heroin need the drug to function. They will start to spend their money on the drug instead of things like rent and bills.
  • frequent job loss, do to their drug use, they are late to work or miss work all together. This causes them to lose their jobs.
  • changes in physical appearance, heroin ruins the skin, causes weight loss, and other physical changes.
  • neglected appearance, heroin users stop caring about what they look like. They stop bathing, brushing their hair and exhibit a general slovenliness.

These are the outward signs of heroin addiction. There are many more physical, behavioral, and social changes that happen when someone becomes a heroin addict. These changes are subtle at first and become increasingly more drastic as the addiction continues.

Who Needs Heroin Rehab?

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If you have tried to quit and failed, you may need heroin rehab.

Anyone who is addicted to heroin can take advantage of heroin rehab but there are a few indicators that rehab is necessary. These indicators are:

  • Your heroin use is out of control and is damaging your life,
  • You have tried to quit using heroin and failed,
  • You have lost your job, home, family, and relationships because of your heroin use,
  • You suffer from infections due to heroin use such as track mark infections,
  • You have started to do things that you never thought you would to obtain heroin.

There are many other indicators that you or a loved one needs heroin rehab. Essentially, if heroin has begun to destroy your life, it is probably time to seek help for the addiction. If you notice any of these behaviors or changes in loved ones, you should encourage them to seek treatment for their addiction before the addiction gets out of hand.

Inpatient versus Outpatient Rehab

There are two main types of heroin rehabs. Each of these types has its own advantages and disadvantages.

  • Inpatient heroin rehab – this involves living at the facility where everything, including treatment is provided for you. You receive a place to stay, meals, and treatment all in the same location.

o The advantages to inpatient rehab are:

  • All of your treatment is in one location,
  • You can receive care 24 hours a day,
  • You meet people that have the same problems and issues you do, and
  • You are away from your triggers,

o The disadvantages of inpatient rehab are:

  • It is costly,
  • You cannot go to work or attend school while you are being treated,
  • You are away from you family, and
  • The restrictive environment is upsetting to some people.
  • Outpatient heroin rehab – this type of rehab is conducted through a series of visits to a rehab center. When you are there, you attend counseling, detox, and other sessions. These sessions are normally scheduled daily, weekly, or monthly depending on your level of use and need.

o Advantages of outpatient rehab:

  • You are able to come and go as you please,
  • It is less restrictive than other environments,
  • You can attend school or work while in rehab, and
  • You can still care for your family while you are in rehab.

o Disadvantages of outpatient rehab:

  • It is costly,
  • You are near your triggers,
  • Daily meetings can be cumbersome and time consuming,
  • It is easier to relapse when you at home most of the time,
  • You cannot completely concentrate on getting off the heroin, and
  • You do not have the 24 hours support that you do with inpatient rehab facilities.

Advantages of Luxury Rehab

Luxury rehabs come in inpatient, outpatient, and combined. Many luxury rehabs have advantages over private and state funded rehabs. Some of these advantages are:

  • Individual attention,
  • Gourmet meals,
  • Personal assistants,
  • Spa like atmosphere,
  • Exercise facilities,
  • State of the art treatment centers,
  • Aquatics,
  • Holistic treatments, and
  • Luxury accommodations.

There are many other advantages but ultimately choosing a luxury rehab comes down to the level of care that you get while you are in their program.

What is treated at a Luxury Rehab?

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, heroin addiction is not a singular illness. Many times a heroin addiction has an underlying illness that causes it. Some of the conditions that a luxury rehab is designed to treat are:

  • Depression,
  • Medical illnesses,
  • Anxiety,
  • Chronic pain,
  • Stress,
  • Mood disorders,
  • Personality disorders, and
  • Withdrawal symptoms from other co-occurring addictions.

Luxury rehabs are more likely than other rehabs to treat the whole person, the cause of the addiction, as well as the symptoms of addiction. They are also designed to make you as comfortable as possible while you are recovering from your heroin addiction.

What Does a Luxury Rehab Cost?

The one major disadvantage to a luxury rehab for heroin addiction is the overall cost. The cost of a luxury rehab ranges between a few thousand up to hundreds of thousands of dollars depending on the amenities and services offered.

Some services might be offered ala carte. You only pay for the services that you need. If a service interests you or you think that it might benefit your recovery ask about paying for it separately. Many rehabs work with you on which services you need to take advantage of.

Fortunately, there are ways to defray this cost. Many insurance companies now cover at least part of the cost of a luxury rehab. It is important to talk to your insurance company before entering into any rehab treatment.

Most rehab centers also offer financial counseling. They can help with government aid, insurance issues, and payment plans for your treatment. Most financial counselors can explain the what the rehab charges and what the cost for additional services are. Most facilities are willing to work with you on paying for your treatment.

How to Choose a Luxury Rehab

To choose the right luxury heroin rehab center for you or a loved one, you need to examine all of your options and decide on which treatment type is best for you. If you need help with this, feel free to call use at 800-256-3490. We can provide you with information on all of your luxury rehab options.

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