Fentanyl Detox Program

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Recovering From Fentanyl With the Best Chance at Success!

Fentanyl is a powerful prescription narcotic that is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine. Fentanyl is used medically to treat severe pain. It is always prescribed as a short-term treatment because it can create habits. Fentanyl is extremely dangerous because of its potency and abuse potential. People who develop fentanyl addiction disorder are at constant risk of overdose. Ingesting a little more than the body can handle is usually fatal. To get a high, drug dealers use the drug to reduce other substances like heroin, MDMA, and cocaine. Heroin is commonly cut with fentanyl; Of course, the drug dealer seldom informs the buyer that the drug he is buying is impure. Because of this, people struggling with heroin addiction often unwittingly develop addiction to fentanyl as well. The drug is also responsible for thousands of deaths from opioid overdoses. Also, because of its potency, it is common for those who have been prescribed fentanyl by a doctor to develop addiction even if the drug is taken as directed.

When the body is exposed to chemicals in significant amounts, it begins to make adjustments. As the body has become used to a daily dose of fentanyl, trying to suddenly stop taking the drug unaided can be extremely dangerous. Because of this, it should be monitored medically. Fentanyl detox is absolutely essential. In order for the fentanyl addiction to be successfully overcome, a medical fentanyl detox is a necessary first step. At Princeton Detox and Recovery Center, we know how difficult it can be to seek professional help with fentanyl addiction. powerful and addictive, quitting smoking can seem like an impossibility – the cravings become extremely intense and the pain on withdrawal seems too much. Our team of seasoned professionals strive to make the detox process as painless as possible and to help all of our patients begin the necessary path to recovery from addiction.

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Fentanyl Detoxification Services

At Genesis Detox Of Brooklyn, we want to help people with fentanyl abuse disorder withdraw into a safe and supportive environment, because fentanyl is such a powerful drug that you can either give it up yourself or try it at home (or under medical supervision). inexperienced friend or relative) can be extremely dangerous. Quitting smoking can lead to serious health complications, from respiratory depression to coma and stroke. If you are struggling with fentanyl abuse disorder and need help to quit smoking, we have extensive experience treating fentanyl withdrawal symptoms, which are similar to symptoms of any opioid but more severe depending on the potency.

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Relapse Prevention Training

Family Counseling Program

Generally, when withdrawal from fentanyl is monitored by a medical team and symptoms are treated promptly, the detox process is generally not life-threatening. It is our job and priority to make the general abstinence period as comfortable and efficient as possible. if you stop fentanyl you will experience acute symptoms for several days, followed by a brief period of malaise. We make sure that acute symptoms are properly controlled and never become life-threatening, and we ensure that post-acute withdrawal symptoms are reduced for a quick transition to hospital. Treatment.

We accept patients who need detox from Opioids, Alcohol and Benzodiazepines.

  • Heroin
  • Oxycodone
  • Percocets
  • Vicodin
  • Suboxone
  • Subutex (Buprenorphine)
  • Illicit “Street” Methadone
  • MMTP
  • Xanax / Alprazolam
  • Valium / Diazepam
  • Clonazepam / Klonopin
  • Lorazepam / Ativan

Your Road To Recovery

Recovery from fentanyl addiction is a multi-step process that is not just a medically supervised detox. While fentanyl detox is a critical first step, it must be followed by inpatient treatment and a comprehensive aftercare program to be effective over the long term. Detox Of Brooklyn is committed to helping our patients recover, but we certainly don’t stop there. Once a patient has been physically stabilized and medically cleared, we will work closely with the patient to determine which inpatient treatment option is the best option. Then we help them to immediately switch to an inpatient treatment center; The transition from detoxification directly to inpatient rehab has been proven to significantly reduce the risk of relapse. After the rehab process, we work with the resident to work out the transition to a sober residential facility. Genesis Detox Of Brooklyn is a medical detoxification plant, but it is also the first step on the path to lifelong recovery which is absolutely crucial. Call us to learn more about our detox program or more about fentanyl addiction and recovery. We are ready to answer all of your questions.

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