New OxyContin Detox Protocol Helps Anyone Overcome Addiction

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Published: 15th May 2009
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OxyContin addiction is the new doorway drug to ruined careers and lost lives, even when it begins as a legitimate prescription for the pain of injury and illness.

Thousands of Americans are becoming dependent and addicted to the opioid painkiller OxyContin, even while taking legitimate prescriptions of the drug for real pain and injury. And efforts to get off the drug are difficult, to say the least, because of the terrible withdrawal symptoms experienced during OxyContin detox.

To combat the problem of miserable withdrawal side-effects, a safe and effective OxyContin detox protocol that reduces or even eliminates the major withdrawal symptoms has been developed, encouraging victims of OxyContin addiction to seek treatment and recovery who before had given up hope.

OxyContin addicts from all walks of life can become locked in often heartbreaking circumstances -- careers gone, family and friends alienated. For many, the addict's life leads into the dark tunnel of drug-related crime, arrests, fines, and even imprisonment.

It would be hard, if not impossible, to find an OxyContin addict who is happy with their condition. You could safely say that everyone, down deep, wants to be drug free. Unfortunately, most of those who try to get off the drug, either on their own, or with the help of a family physician, or even those who enroll in a local, one-size-fits-all detox center, fail to achieve their goal of recovery.

OxyContin detox done alone, or done 'cold turkey', is especially unsuccessful, and can actually be dangerous for some people. "Just saying no" does not reset an addict's brain, body and habit back to its pre-dependent state. Withdrawal symptoms during a cold-turkey OxyContin detox cause terrible symptoms, and they go on for days. Some of these symptoms are:

Nausea, Vomiting, Abdominal pain, Sweating, Agitation, Diarrhea, Goose bumps, Dilated pupils, Runny nose, . . . and the list goes on.

Almost everyone abandons cold-turkey OxyContin detox, and soon returns to their life of addiction.

Even the certified "one-size-fits-all" OxyContin detox programs so prevalent across the country are spectacularly unsuccessful. Many who complete such programs very soon return to drugs, because routine OxyContin detox protocols don't take into account a number of factors essential to a successful withdrawal.

A truly workable, medically supervised OxyContin detox program greatly reduces withdrawal symptoms, and it can shorten the time required to achieve success. Such a program helps patients transition sooner, and more positively, to a drug rehab program. Drug rehab is crucial to recovery for anyone with a true addiction, and rehab is always more successful the longer one spends in the program.

A good OxyContin detox protocol tailors the detox to a patient's unique DNA and metabolism, and carefully considers their current health situation. A trained and experienced medical staff carefully monitors each patient around the clock. Most patients experience vastly reduced discomfort, and because of this special care, completion rates are routinely 100 percent.

Every day in the news we are told about ordinary people trapped in the extraordinary prison of drug addiction, and not a day goes by that we don't hear about someone dependent, addicted, or even injured or killed by OxyContin. Fortunately, OxyContin medical drug detox is allowing more people than ever to leave OxyContin addiction behind them, and discover that a bright, drug-free future is possible.

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