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The treatment procedure for heroin addiction in Lubbock includes medically assisted detoxification to safely recover the patient. It is important to note that detoxification is only effective when used alongside medication as part of treatment process.
Behavioral therapies are also known to be effective, but they prove most beneficial when combined with pharmacological treatments. The effective behavioral treatments include residential and outpatient approaches. New behavioral therapies which show promising results are contingency management therapy and cognitive behavioral interventions.
Typically, when our clients come to us for dual diagnosis rehab, they are experiencing withdrawal symptoms. At Lubbock drug rehab, we know that you are experiencing major discomfort, pain and mental anguish. Depending on the drug of use, withdrawal can be dangerous and sometimes fatal. This is why we provide a medically supervised detox. Here, our doctors, nurses and psychiatrists monitor you to ensure you are detoxing safely and comfortably.
Methamphetamine enters the brain through sniffing, snorting or smoking the powder. It tricks the brain into producing more dopamine and epinephrine which are the pleasure and alertness inducing chemicals in the brain. Under Meth addiction the brain produces 10 times more units of these chemicals. This makes a person feel confident, happy, and invincible. With time higher doses are required to achieve the same state.
If you need any assistance in locating an effective addiction treatment program or a drug rehab center, call Affordable Rehab of Lubbock now at call (512) 501-1514. GET HELP NOW!
Addiction is the uncontrollable compulsion to repeat a behavior regardless of any negative consequences. Many substances or behaviors can create a pattern of conditions recognized as addiction which include a craving for more of the drug or behavior, an increase in withdrawal. Drugs that provide either pleasure or relief from pain create the possibility of being abused, resulting in a dependency or addiction.