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What is Lunesta?
Lunesta treatment rehab has helped many people who have found themselves abusing this potent sedative-hypnotic sleep aid.
While taking Lunesta, the brand name for the generic drug eszopiclone, many individuals experience troubling side effects.
These can include serious and possibly life-threatening sleep behaviors.
If you have been struggling against Lunesta addiction or battling its many side effects, we can help.
Understanding Lunesta Addiction
Lunesta is used to treat insomnia by slowing the activity of the brain so that you can sleep.
For clients who regularly have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, this can be appealing.
But this particular sleep aid also has a high potential for abuse and comes with a long list of potential side effects.
The best way to avoid Lunesta addiction is to take it as prescribed.
The best way to overcome Lunesta addiction is to seek comprehensive care at Resurgence Behavioral Health.
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Some people who take Lunesta have reported experiencing strange or dangerous sleep behaviors.
These include activities like:
- Getting out of bed
- Driving a car
- Preparing and eating food
- Making phone calls
All of these activities were performed while they were not fully awake. After waking up, these same individuals could not remember what they had just done.
Some of the more common side effects of Lunesta include:
- Unpleasant taste
With steady use over time or with higher doses, these side effects can evolve to include others that are more troubling.
Pain, indigestion, nausea, diarrhea, and sore throat become more likely. Some patients also experience mental health impairments, including depression.
If you have an underlying mental health disorder, Lunesta may make it worse. It may also lead to mental health disorder symptoms if you do not have them already. This is one of the most troubling aspects of Lunesta abuse and addiction.
If you are experiencing troubling psychological side effects, our Lunesta treatment rehab can help address both your addiction and mental health disorder.
Mental Illness and Lunesta Abuse
In certain studies, patients exhibited signs and symptoms of depression related to their Lunesta use. Depression, suicidal tendencies, and intentional overdoses were more common in these patients. Anxiety and neurosis also made regular appearances.
With long-term abuse, hallucinations and paranoia occurred. This is particularly troubling considering the link between Lunesta use and schizophrenic patients. About half of schizophrenic patients suffer from insomnia. As such, many schizophrenic patients are given Lunesta. But further studies must be done to understand the potential impacts of giving schizophrenic patients a medication that may induce hallucinations and paranoia, as well as depression and suicidal tendencies.
When a mental health disorder and addiction co-exist, we call it a dual diagnosis. For example, our dual diagnosis may be depression and Lunesta addiction. It may be generalized anxiety disorder or schizophrenia and Lunesta addiction. It may be various other potential combinations.
In any case, it is important to treat co-existing conditions like these simultaneously. Otherwise, one may remain and worsen the other. If you are battling a dual diagnosis, our high-level, specialized dual diagnosis program will give you what you need to address each condition effectively.
Options for Lunesta Treatment
For clients looking for Lunesta treatment rehab, there are several unique and personalized options available. Depending on your addiction level, side effects, withdrawal symptoms, and other individual factors, we may start with a detox. If necessary, this will be a specialized and monitored medical detox to help ease your withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings.
We also offer inpatient rehab programs, outpatient programs, partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs). We will work with you to determine which program will best suit your addiction and needs.
The Benefits of an Inpatient Program for Lunesta Treatment Rehab
Our inpatient Lunesta treatment rehab program is relaxed, safe, and residential.
With 24-hour medical and addiction care and guidance, this type of program offers the highest level of support. And to make things easier, we offer our addiction services in multiple incredible facilities in several different cities. We match you to the right location based on your unique personal needs. Our residential inpatient facilities are comfortably and effectively structured to meet each of your needs so that you can focus your attention and energy on healing and recovery.
Resurgence Behavioral Health Inpatient Locations
Most of our inpatient facilities are just minutes away from the beach in Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, and Huntington Beach.
We also have an incredible outpatient campus, and most of our inpatient visitors move on to an outpatient program in this facility to access continued care, support, and guidance.
In addition to 24-hour support, you will also benefit from medical and psychological therapies, monitored detoxes, and a customized approach.
Our inpatient programs include holistic remedies, like peaceful beach days, centering and calming yoga and meditation sessions, exercise class, and more across our beautiful and luxurious residential centers.
Lunesta Treatment Care Methods
The medical and psychological therapies we mentioned before are a large part of our treatment rehab programs. In fact, they are a large part of most treatment programs, as they are some of the most effective and common addiction treatment methods.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) involves a hands-on and practical approach that influences you to improve your thought and behavior patterns. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) focuses on important mental processes like mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Other behavioral therapies help identify self-defeating thoughts and feelings and replace them with healthier, more productive thoughts.
Family therapy is another important tool for understanding and overcoming your addiction. We allow visitors on Sundays so that you retain access to your loved ones and support systems. We also offer specialized therapeutic methods for those who have undergone trauma. 12-step programs, relapse prevention, life skills training, nutritional guidance, art therapy, music therapy, and other useful activities help round out your program.
Our holistic treatments address your overall health and wellness. Addressing the needs of the body, mind, spirit, and emotions helps facilitate real and effective recovery.
Paying for Drug or Alcohol Rehab
Paying for drug or alcohol rehab may be more affordable than you would think.
If you have health insurance coverage, your program may be partially or fully covered. At Resurgence Behavioral Health, we accept payments from most major health insurance providers to ensure you are getting the care you need and deserve.
If you are not sure what is covered under your health insurance plan, please call to speak with someone on our team. They will perform a cost-free insurance verification for you. Once we know what is covered, we can help you put together a plan for the rest. If you do not have health insurance, please ask about alternative payment options.
Choosing Resurgence Behavioral Health
Our comprehensive drug rehab programs are run by some of the best addiction treatment specialists in the country.
We understand that addiction often comes with fear, emotional distress, and trauma.
In our Lunesta treatment rehab, we do everything we can to ease these feelings and give you a chance to start fresh.
Join the thousands of others who have changed their lives at Resurgence Behavioral Health.
It is time to get back to a happy, healthy life.