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Hydrocodone Addiction: How Hydrocodone Rehab Centers Can Help You Recover

Hydrocodone is a very potent drug, and because of this it is very easy to become addicted to it.

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Unfortunately, it’s also a drug that is readily prescribed when patients present at the emergency room or doctor’s office complaining of severe pain. It is combined with acetaminophen, and it’s generally found under the brand names of Vicodin, Norco or Lortab.

Hydrocodone is an Opiate, which means that it is just as addictive as other drugs in that classification. Perhaps you’ve been struggling with an addiction to Hydrocodone, or you suspect that you may have become addicted to it. Accidental addiction to this type of drug is not uncommon, but it’s also not something that you have to live with for the rest of your life.

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Help for Families of Those Addicted to Hydrocodone

It can be so difficult to convince someone that they have an addiction to prescription medications like Hydrocodone. That’s because even though there are always addiction warnings on the bottle, people tend to believe that they’re safe because they’re prescribed and not purchased on the street. Even when addiction is certain, and your loved one runs out of pills, the fact that they must then be obtained illegally often isn’t enough to justify that an addiction has occurred in their minds.

This can be so frustrating for families, and if this is what you’re encountering, staging an intervention can help you communicate your concern. It can also help your loved one understand a need for Hydrocodone addiction treatment. Interventions are usually held in homes, and a representative from your local drug rehab facility will be able to help facilitate it.

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Recognizing Hydrocodone Addiction Behaviors and Symptoms

It’s possible that you’re not really sure if you’ve become addicted to Hydrocodone, but you might suspect that an addiction has occurred. There are certain Hydrocodone addiction symptoms and behaviors you can look for to know for sure. These may include:

  • Feelings of confusion
  • Feeling dizzy or experiencing vertigo
  • A slowed heart rate
  • Sensations of nausea
  • Frequent bouts of constipation
  • An almost consistent headache
  • Blurry vision
  • Anxiety or panic attacks

Maybe you’ve experienced one or more of these physical symptoms, but you’re still not sure if you’re someone who would benefit from going to one of the best Hydrocodone rehab programs in the Pacific Northwest. You may still feel as though you have your drug use under control, and even though you may have an addiction, you’re not sure it’s severe enough to warrant treatment.

If you’re exhibiting any of the following Hydrocodone addiction behaviors, you would definitely benefit from getting professional help:

  • You’ve started to hide your drug use from your friends and family
  • You’ve run out of your prescriptions, and you’ve purchased Hydrocodone illegally
  • You’ve started doctor-shopping as a way to get additional prescriptions
  • You’ve become withdrawn and you avoid social events
  • You’ve thought about ways to maximize the effects of your Hydrocodone

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Is it Hydrocodone Abuse or Addiction?

Hydrocodone can be a very useful medication when it’s taken for short periods of time and only in the proper dosages. However, when it’s taken for a long time, it’s very easy to build up a tolerance to it. That usually results in people increasing their dosages on their own, or taking it more frequently than they should. These are the earliest indicators that abuse is taking place.

Over time, people may become aware that they’re taking more than they should be taking, and in an effort to conserve their drugs, they may participate in using Hydrocodone in ways that are very dangerous just to get them in their bodies quicker. In some cases, people will even crush the tablets and snort them or dilute them with water and inject them.

Once the mode of taking Hydrocodone has progressed into altering the tablets, it’s safe to assume that the abuse has become a full addiction. Even so, Hydrocodone abuse is dangerous as well, and if it is suspected, drug treatment is usually recommended in order to recover and prevent the addiction from setting in.

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How to Choose Your Hydrocodone Addiction Treatment Center

You may be aware of the fact that there are a lot of options out there for you as far as getting help for your Hydrocodone addiction goes. You should know that drug rehab centers are not all the same, and you want to be sure you’re choosing a program that will be beneficial for you. It’s perfectly fine to ask about their relapse rates when you contact them for information, and they should be able to give you that percentage. You should also check to be sure that they’re a facility that recommends drug detox methods because Hydrocodone withdrawal symptoms can become quite severe.

It will also benefit you to choose a facility that maintains a smaller population so that you can be sure to get a good amount of attention while you’re there. You want to be able to reach out to the nursing staff and support staff at any time if you need to talk with someone about the challenges you’re facing at any point during your recovery.

Regardless of what facility you choose, please be sure you don’t attempt to quit using Hydrocodone on your own without professional support. Hydrocodone withdrawal symptoms are often dangerous, and they can include muscle pain, shaking, insomnia and diarrhea. You need help in order to detox properly.

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Northpoint Recovery: Among the Best Hydrocodone Rehab Programs

Here at Northpoint Recovery, we’ve become one of the top Hydrocodone rehab centers in this part of the Pacific Northwest. We would love the opportunity to talk with you about how we can help you recover from this dangerous addiction. If you would like to learn more about our services, or you’re ready to get started, please contact us.