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Percocet Addiction Rehab Centers

Percocet is the brand name of a prescription medication that is a mixture of oxycodone and acetaminophen which is usually prescribed for moderate to severe short term pain. This narcotic painkiller is an opiate that falls within the same drug category as heroin, Oxycontin and morphine. It is expected that more than 2.5 million Americans are addicted to prescription pain reliever medications such as Percocet. Many of these individuals need the help of drug rehab centers to stop their Percocet addiction.

People who suffer from Percocet addiction suffer from both a physical and psychological addiction to this prescription medication. When they try to stop taking the medication, they will suffer from withdrawal symptoms as a result of the physical addiction to the Percocet which is why most people continue to take the drug. Ultimately, the tolerance that is built up by the continued use of Percocet can result in such high doses of the medication being needed to produce similar effects that the risk of lethal overdose increases.

Percocet addiction and addiction to other opiate painkillers such as Oxycontin or other forms of oxycodone account for more than 100,000 emergency-room visits each year and these numbers continue to rise. Drug rehab centers that treat addiction to prescription medications can offer therapy and a safe environment for individuals to detox from Percocet and begin to recover from the addiction. Some drug rehab centers will also provide medication during the detoxification phase so that the withdrawal symptoms associated with Percocet addiction are lessened or even completely eliminated so that the individual can focus on psychological recovery.

If you or someone you know is addicted to Percocets or other prescription medications and need the help to stop using oxycodone it is important to contact a drug rehab center that can help to safely detox and recover from the addiction. Percocet addiction is not easily treated at home or by quitting cold turkey and the best chances of recovery are with treatment and care of drug rehab centers and qualified specialists.

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