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Plymouth Alcohol and Drug Rehab Is the Best Choice for Lasting Recovery

Inpatient and Outpatient Programs

The treatments which are available include use of treatment drugs like methadone and Buprenorphine. These drugs help by blocking brain receptors that receive heroin which eventually decreases cravings. Inpatient programs help the abuser understand their addiction and guide them to a sober lifestyle. It helps patients recover by treating them through detoxification and use of medicine.

Outpatient programs, on the other hand, also use the same treatment methods but patients are not subjected to a treatment facility.

By calling the Plymouth drug rehab, you are taking that first step toward regaining control of your life, living drug free, and sober. What do you have to lose with so much to gain but breaking the chains in doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results? We will help you overcome your addictions.

Plymouth Drug Rehab: A Place for Healing

As with most of our prospective clients, you arrive at our doors with an active addiction. We will place you in the Plymouth drug detox center to help you work through your withdrawal symptoms under the strict supervision of our medically trained and licensed team of doctors, nurses, and psychiatrists. This program normally lasts from fourteen to thirty days, depending on your drug(s) of choice and how long you have been an addict.

Heroin is also known as Diamophorine. It induces around a 6-8 hour high and is of the opium poppy variety.

One reason for the increase in heroin addiction is because of the tighter control on prescription drugs by doctors. This has shifted those who opted for a quick high to the cheaper alternative. Furthermore, research concludes that almost one third of those who try heroin get addicted to it.

Cocaine Addiction and Treatment in Plymouth

Banned by the US government in 1922, cocaine is one of the most powerful and addictive drugs known to mankind. Cocaine is derived from a plant known as coca scrub, native to the Andean highlands in South America. Originally perceived as a wealthy mans drug, cocaine is now commonly used. The National Survey on Drugs Use and Health reported that in 2008, there were an estimated 1.9 million active users in the US.

Prolonged use of cocaine can develop addiction and have serious health consequences. Studies suggest that over half of drug related hospital visits are due to cocaine. The euphoric effects of cocaine depend on the way it is consumed. Snorting, one of the most widely used methods to consume cocaine, causes:

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