Affordable Methadone Detox Programs
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The best time to start reducing your Methadone is now. Call us for help. Do you or a loved one have a problem with Methadone? We can help. Talk to us about private residential detoxification programs. We help hundreds of people every year. Call our team now for free help and advice. We are here 24 hours a day.
Methadone Detox – A Methadone detox does not have to be uncomfortable if done correctly. We know how Methadone gets into your system, and the best ways to detox you properly. We understand Methadone cravings, and will make your detox as comfortable as possible.
Methadone is an opiate. It is synthetically made as a painkiller designed to depress the nervous system. Methadone is a sedative. It reduces physical pain in the same way as most other painkillers, and slows down the the functioning of the body, and reduces physical and psychological pain. It comes as a green liquid or white tablet.
Methadone is commonly used to help Heroin addicts detox from Heroin. Methadone is administered to Heroin addicts to avoid acute withdrawal symptoms. Methadone is administered to Heroin addicts instead of Heroin. The detox process is done by reducing the amount of Methadone the addict is having over a period of days. Normally around 14 days depending on the amount of Methadone the addict was on, on the day they came into for their detox. This will be administered until they are completely free of Methadone.
Methadone is milder than Heroin in respect it does not give the user such a high or a buzz as Heroin. Heroin and Methadone addicts will always tell you Methadone is a hard drug to get off. Much harder than Heroin. They will also say Methadone get right into your bones. It is an awful drug.
Methadone is used for detoxing by doctors, as the doctors will know exactly how much methadone they are administering, unlike Heroin which is cut (mixed with other substances) hence no one knows the real strength. Methadone can comes in a liquid or tablet form, so much easier to administer to the addict.
Here are some of the key effects associated with Methadone
- Methadone reduces psychological and physical pain
- Methadone gives the user a feeling of detachment, relaxation and warmth.
- A Methadone overdose can cause the user to stop breathing (respiratory failure) coma or death.
If you or someone you know would like more help and advice on Methadone, Detoxing or Rehab. Call our team now on Tel: 0845 3881 543 or Mobiles call 07811 606 606