For some people, heroin addiction begins with taking medication. Yet once the perscription runs out or is hard to find, heroin can act as the substitute. Heroin works by blocking the pain receptors in your spinal cord, and it’s an opioid made from poppy plants.
Although it can offer relief from pain, it will damage your overall health and well-being. Also, long-term usage can lead to neurochemistry and molecular changes and damage.
As part of a successful heroin addiction treatment program, you’ll explore the triggers that led to heroin addiction and learn new behaviors to deal with the trigger. Specifically, our treatment team will help you create a treatment plan that’s unique for your personal needs, challenges, and goals.
During your heroin addiction, there may be alienated loved ones, and a need to repair those relationships. Trust has been broken, and you need to bein the process of rebuilding it.
Your treatment program will probably include family therapy sessions. These sessions can help you build the safety nets that you’ll need once you leave rehab, and it’s with people who already love you.
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