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Percodan Addiction Treatment

Percodan is the brand name for a prescription painkiller that is a combination of oxycodone and aspirin. Together, the oxycodone causes the sensations of pain to be reduced and the aspirin prevents the production of chemicals in the brain that cause pain. Unfortunately, Percodan is a very addictive medication that causes serious consequences when taken for prolonged periods, in large doses or more frequently than prescribed.

Percodan addiction treatment requires medical detox followed by psychological treatment for any mental addiction that occurs as a result of the Percodan use. Medical detox will at a drug rehab center is a process by which the individual addicted to the Percodan has the drug safely removed from their system to eliminate the physical need or dependency on the drug. Sometimes the detox process will include medications to help with withdrawal symptoms associated with Percodan addiction but not always.

Percodan addiction treatment is necessary to restore the mind and body to it’s pre-addiction state and to eliminate any physical or psychological dependency on the drug. Many people that take Percodan began taking the drug to cover up real pain and drug rehab centers can help these people to learn how to cope with the pain or to safely medicate for the pain following Percodan addiction. Percodan treatment provided by the therapists and staff at drug rehab centers can help individuals to learn the skills necessary to live free from prescription painkillers.

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