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Methadone Rehab Centers

Methadone addiction treatment is vital to the United States. Statistics show that more than 4,000 people a year die from Methadone addiction and Methadone overdose. Methadone addiction is usually the result of patients being prescribed the medication for chronic pain or to control opiate addictions such as heroin addiction or other opiate based prescription medications. Unfortunately, studies now show that the drug (Methadone) prescribed to fight addiction to Heroin is just as addictive as Heroin itself.

Most individuals who suffer from Methadone addiction will continue treatment in and out of drug rehab centers for many years because they fear that if they stop the treatment withdrawal will set in. Methadone withdrawal, like any opiate withdrawal, is a painful and difficult process for addicts to get through and it can result in death if medical attention is not properly administered.

Drug rehab centers that treat opiate addiction can help those suffering from Methadone addiction. Beware of drug rehab centers that offer treatment for Methadone addiction and opiate addiction by means of increased dosages rather than gradual detoxification. Many poorly managed treatment programs have been the root cause of Methadone addiction for individuals who were addicted to another opiate such as morphine, heroin, or oxycontin. They prescribed Methadone for treatment of some other addiction only to continuously increase the dosage to a point that the individual becomes addicted to the Methadone as a replacement for the previous drug of choice.

Drug addiction rehab centers will treat Methadone addiction in a number of different ways. Some drug rehab centers even offer what is known as a rapid detox from Methadone which requires the addict to be placed under anesthesia during the detoxification period while being monitored closely by a medical professional. Other drug rehab centers will provide detoxification by slowly and steadily decreasing the dosage of Methadone that is given to the addict.

If you or someone you know suffers from Methadone addiction or opiate addiction you should seek the help of a drug rehab center for treatment. Contact one of the drug rehab centers in your area to get the treatment and help that you need to live free from opiate addiction.

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