Recover from Roxycodone Addiction at Beachside Rehab
Known to many as Roxy, this highly addictive drug has lured many addicts and sellers into illegal behavior such as selling prescriptions, breaking into pharmacies, and breaking into the homes of vulnerable cancer patients who may have been prescribed the drug for pain relief.
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What Is Roxy?
Who Takes Roxy?
A report titled Monitoring the Future has revealed that 20% of high school seniors have, at some point, abused prescription pills and The Substance Abuse and Health Services Administration has reported that the year 2010 saw 182,748 visits to emergency rooms as a result of abusing drugs
7 out of 10 teenagers who use it and other opioids mix them with alcohol, adding to the risk of a severely negative outcome.
How Does Roxy Make You Feel?
It is not known exactly how it affects your body and mind, except that it affects the chemical responses to pain in our nervous system. It, and other opioids change your perception of pain, but do not change the originating pain in any way. Part of the experience in rehab for Roxycodone is learning about what your body goes through when you pop an opioid pill.
According to Addiction Blog, the typical high lasts about 6 hours, depending on the form of the drug you take.
What Are The Risks of Taking Roxy?
Roxy’s side effects are not limited to discomfort, but can pose serious danger to one’s health in the breathing problems it can create: If your rate of breathing slows too quickly, you could die. You could also experience extreme drowsiness, seizures, chest pain, rashes, and swelling of your feet, ankles, legs, tongue, lips, eyes, and face.
Painkillers should not be changed from their original form, such as from a tablet to a liquid to be injected, and doing so will put the user at risk for an overdose and even death. Also, because capsules contain talc, you can acquire a serious lung infection.
Long Term Effects Of Taking Roxy
All genders who regularly use Roxy are at risk for recurring constipation, excessive sweating, swollen arms and legs, a dry mouth, anxiety, sinus problems and problems with breathing.
Some Roxy users snort the drug in powder form in an effort to get a more intense high, though in doing so they put themselves at risk for nasal infections, damaging the roof of their mouths, and eroding their nasal passages.
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How Is Roxy Addiction Treated?
Typically, tapering takes six weeks, usually in a Roxy rehab, with a doctor reducing the dosage by 2.5 mg every three days as you prepare to withdraw from the substance.
After you have stopped taking it, and your body has rid itself of the drug, it is time to deal with the root causes of your addiction through therapy, usually taking the form of individual or group therapy in a rehab center – an inpatient Roxy rehabilitation facility.
When you have completed your rehab, typically in 28-30 days, though longer programs are available as required, you will move on to outpatient care, which might consist of a sober living home, a 12-step program, an evidenced-based, secular support program like SMART Recovery, or participation in an outpatient treatment program.
One More Thing
Research has shown that we benefit from spending time at a beach every day: We lower our stress levels, sleep better, take-in vitamin D, breathe easier and connect with our inner selves. Beachside Rehab, a rehab in Florida, provides a natural environment that is conducive to positive outcomes in rehab programs.
It could be that the best rehab for Roxycodone addiction is one surrounded by the healing powers of nature.
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