Fentanyl is one of the strongest opioid drugs on the market as well as
one that is shorter-lasting than some of the other well-known drugs, which
is a deadly combination for addicts. Fentanyl is often used after surgery
or for pain that breaks through beyond the normal opioid that a chronic
pain sufferer takes. It also is available for time-release, providing
strong pain relief over time.
These factors create a dangerous effect for drug use disorder sufferers,
because the chances of overdosing are extremely high. If you or someone
you love is addicted to fentanyl, there is no time to wait. You need to
seek rehabilitation before it is too late. Our team of
opioid addiction specialists at Decision Point drug and alcohol rehab in Prescott can be your guide
Your life is worth so much more than living in the grip of a drug.
Symptoms of Fentanyl Addiction
As with other opioid addictions, fentanyl’s signs and symptoms look
much like a sedative. They also may be accompanied by a lack of care for
oneself, possibly illegal activity, or apathy towards life in general.
If you or a loved one is exhibiting any of the following symptoms, it is
time to seek help:
- Dry mouth
- Slowed breathing
- Itching/scratching skin excessively
- Loss of appetite
- Insomnia or disrupted sleep patterns
- Vivid or bad dreams
- Water retention in extremities
Fentanyl is a drug that requires increased dosage rather quickly to achieve
the same affect, and addiction typically sets in rapidly. It is imperative
that you seek help as early and as diligently as possible to reduce risk
of death or permanent damage from overdose.
Contact Our Prescott Fentanyl Rehab Center Today: (844) 292-5010
When you need help with recovery, turning to professional help can often
be the difference of recovering into a life of sobriety or reaching a
point of no return. Our team understand that asking for help takes courage
and strength beyond what most believe they have—but we know you
have that strength. Let our team show you how much power you hold within.
Why choose Decision Point? We utilize a combination of old and new treatment
options, pairing tried and true rehabilitation theory with outdoor, adventure
therapy. We tailor your experience to build your confidence and show you
just how strong you are. Don’t let the fentanyl win,
contact our team today and take the first step towards recovery.
Contact our team
at (844) 292-5010 today.