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OxyContin

Do you nod off, have mood swings and feel irritable or depressed? These are all side effects of OxyContin abuse. A single OxyContin pill (when crushed, snorted or injected) can deliver the same amount of oxycodone as 16 Percocet pills. You risk becoming addicted when using OxyContin this way.

OxyContin can rob you of your life, your family, and your finances. You need help to break the strangle hold that narcotic drugs have on your body and mind. Recovery Connection has been helping people find treatment for years. We can help you too. Call 866-812-8231 now and get started on the road to recovery today.

What is OxyContin Addiction?

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If you miss a dose of OxyContin, you will become sick and need medical attention. Your body’s dependence on the drug may lead to you to questionable behavior when you try to avoid the pain of OxyContin withdrawal. For example, you may look for the drug by doctor shopping, get it from friends, steal it from medicine cabinets of homes you visit or buy them illegally.

More Signs of Oxycontin Addiction:

  • Slowed breathing
  • Muscle rigidity
  • Slowed heart rate
  • Nodding off
  • Itching
  • Mood swings
  • Dry mouth
  • Irresponsibility
  • Sleep disorders
  • Infections

OxyContin is the brand name for the prescription pain reliever oxycodone and typically prescribed for chronic pain and cancer patients. OxyContin is commonly abused because of the high concentrations of oxycodone.

OxyContin has become widely abused because it is an opiate that changes the perception of pain while offering a euphoric effect. You need detox and drug rehab to eliminate abuse after your body has become dependent. Call us at 866-812-8231 and get clean today. We can help you find a comfortable OxyContin detox center that fits your needs.

OxyContin Withdrawal Symptoms Are Painful

Don’t let the pain of withdrawal prevent you from getting the help that you need. Withdrawal from opiates is very painful and can last for days. If you are addicted, Recovery Connection can help you find effective detox centers that will administer medications to ease the withdrawal from OxyContin. Non-addictive medications help decrease the pain and discomfort felt from Oxycontin withdrawal while preventing you from developing another addiction.

Eliminate OxyContin use while remaining comfortable in a medical detox and drug rehab center.

Some withdrawal symptoms include:

  •     Frequent nausea and vomiting
  •     Sleeplessness
  •     Abdominal pain
  •     Diarrhea
  •     Heavy sweating
  •     Runny nose
  •     Hot and cold flashes
  •     Coughing fits
  •     Anxiety and agitation
  •     Goosebumps

Your stay in detox is based on the amount of time it takes for the drug to completely leave your system. Qualified drug rehab centers make sure that you will no longer be dependent on narcotic medication when you complete treatment.

OxyContin Detox and Addiction Treatment – Get Help Now

You don’t have to suffer the pain that comes with breaking your OxyContin addiction. These medications designed to decrease pain and symptoms of withdrawal help you detox more comfortably.

Recovery Connection works with specialized detox centers that use the latest medications for opiate detox and withdrawal. These medications, administered by doctors and nurses specializing in addiction, can help ease the detox process. These professionals have the expertise in OxyContin addiction treatment to monitor safe withdrawal. After detoxing safely, OxyContin addiction treatment in a drug rehab is needed to break the cycle of addiction and learn to live without these powerful drugs.

Looking For Treatment?

Call 866-812-8231 to find OxyContin and oxycodone detox and addiction treatment. Recovery Connection helpline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All calls are confidential and our services are always free of charge.

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