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Opana Addiction Treatment for Oklahoma Residents

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Opana: What Is It?

There are many people who don’t realize that opioids come in many different shapes and forms. Opana is an example of a prescription opioid which is frequently used by people all over the world. While it’s true that there are several benefits associated with using Opana when a person is struggling with pain, the reality is that Opana is a highly addictive opioid which means that you could develop a serious and potentially deadly dependency on this substance. 

Opana is an opioid that comes in two different forms. Opana ER is designated as an extended-release form of the medication while there is another form of the substance which is considered immediate release. Although Opana is given in a prescription form, there are also street names associated with the illegal versions of the drug including O bomb, Mrs. O and Blue Heaven. 

Similar to other opioids, once your body develops a dependency on the drug, a person will need to continue to consume more of this substance just to maintain the sense of relief that they experience as a result of taking Opana. Over time, this addiction is something that can lead to serious physical and psychological consequences which can ultimately result in death.

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Signs and Symptoms of Opana Addiction

There are several signs and symptoms that a person may be struggling with an Opana addiction. Keep in mind that Opana addiction is something that can come in many different forms. It may be clear that a person is struggling with this form of addiction but there are also several other people who are better able to hide their addiction. Here are just a few signs and symptoms that are commonly associated with Opana addiction: 

  • Doctor shopping
    Frequently changing doctors is a red flag when it comes to possible addiction issues. If you notice that your loved one is seeing a wide range of doctors or has an influx of prescription medication from different doctors, this could be a warning sign that there is more of an issue at hand.
  • Justifying how much Opana they are using
    One of the things that several drug addicts do is to try to justify the amount of a certain substance they are using or they try to make excuses for how much they are using. If you find that your loved one is doing this, it’s important that you reach out for help with your own resources and information when it comes to substance abuse so that you can find ways to help them.
  • Physical and psychological struggles
    Drug addiction is something that impacts a person in many different ways. There may be several physical signs of substance abuse including shakiness or cravings after you or your loved one has not consumed Opana for a period of time. There are also several psychological signs of substance abuse. For example, it’s not uncommon for a person to experience signs of anxiety or even depression as a result of substance abuse issues. 

Addiction Treatment Programs for Opana Abuse

If you or a loved one is in need of Opana addiction treatment in Oklahoma, there are many different options that you have once you complete the detox process: 

  • Inpatient or residential treatment
    There are many people who prefer the safety and sobriety that comes along with an inpatient or residential treatment program. One of the leading benefits associated with this type of substance abuse plan is that you will be able to live on our beautiful campus and have around-the-clock access to our addiction treatment team. Not only will you be able to interact with other people that are working through their own treatment program, but you will also have downtime where you will be able to reflect on your day and have the opportunity to heal physically and psychologically from your substance abuse.
  • Outpatient treatment programs
    If you’re unable to commit to an inpatient program, you still have the opportunity to commit to an inpatient treatment program due to work or school responsibilities or if you simply don’t feel comfortable with the premise of the program, you can still receive the addiction care and treatment that you need through an outpatient program such as an intensive outpatient program or a partial hospitalization program. Both of these treatment options offer more flexibility in the sense that you can live at home throughout the course of your recovery and adjust your treatment program as needed. You can either begin an outpatient program straight away or you can transition into one after successfully completing your inpatient program. 

Remember, addiction recovery is something that will last you in some way, shape, or form through the rest of your life. Therefore, you will be strongly encouraged to commit to going to different types of support groups such as Narcotics Anonymous. You will quickly notice that NA meetings resemble group therapy sessions in the sense that you will have the opportunity to share your experiences and thoughts regarding the topic at hand for that meeting and you will also be able to listen to the experiences of others. This is a wonderful way to connect with other people who are working through their own substance abuse journey and grow and develop your system of support. 

Does Opana Addiction Require Detox?

In most cases, a person who is suffering from an addiction to Opana will need to go through the detox process. Typically, Opana detox lasts seven days. The first two days of your time in detox are something that will be the most physically and psychologically challenging. You will experience the most severe withdrawal symptoms during this time which can make it difficult if not impossible for you to care for yourself during this stretch of time. Therefore, it’s always recommended that you commit to a treatment facility that offers a detox program so that you can get the care that you need. 

Overcoming Opana Addiction at Resurgence Behavioral Health

If you’re interested in learning more about Opana addiction treatment, the Resurgence Behavioral Health team is here to provide you with the information and resources that you need to make an informed decision. As part of your inpatient or outpatient treatment program, you will participate in different forms of addiction therapy so that you’re able to come to the root cause of your substance abuse issues. Examples of addiction therapy that we offer at Resurgence Behavioral Health include: 

  • Group therapy
    Group therapy is something that can help you to connect with other people who are working through their own treatment program. Group therapy can also assist you in not feeling as though you are completely alone in your recovery journey.
  • Individual therapy
    There may be certain aspects of your life and addiction that you don’t feel comfortable sharing in the presence of other people. Individual therapy will give you the opportunity to connect with your treatment team in a more personalized setting.
  • Family therapy 

Sadly, addiction is something that can have a negative impact on the relationship that you have with your family. Family therapy during your Opana addiction treatment in Oklahoma is something that can help you to redevelop these important relationships in your life. 

If you would like to learn more about your Opana addiction treatment options, we encourage you to get in touch with our treatment team today! 

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