Showing posts with label Heroin treatment Massachusetts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Heroin treatment Massachusetts. Show all posts

Friday, March 9, 2018

Norton Health Care: Expertise in the field of addiction treatment

In earlier days, patients who were addicted to heroin or other opioids could only be treated in a "methadone clinic" or other center. Patients had to go back every day; multiple days of treatment were dispensed only for weekends. At the edge of the year 1999, the Drug Addiction Treatment Act allowed physicians with special training to prescribe buprenorphine to these patients. Now patients could be treated privately, in their physicians' offices in a hassle-free manner along with the easier access to their medication and proper monitoring by their doctor, people would be more likely to stay in treatment. But, because buprenorphine became more available in homes, there were more opportunities for buprenorphine poisonings to occur in both adults and children.

Two forms of buprenorphine…
Buprenorphine comes in two forms, as a tablet or as a film. A "film" is a thin, rapidly dissolving strip that contains medication. Both are used by holding in the mouth. This allows better absorption of the medication. Since, they are designed to be held in the mouth, they are pleasantly flavored. Buprenorphine is prescribed for adults being treated for opioid dependence or chronic pain. It is also prescribed as a pain medication for pets after surgery. 

Norton Health Care…

Common symptoms of buprenorphine poisoning in children are drowsiness, vomiting, slow breathing, increased heart rate, and agitation. Coma and death have also been reported. Most buprenorphine poisoning in children occurs due to improper storage of the medication in the home. To get rid from this poisonous habit, asking for help from any addiction treatment center is the best option to get cured. Norton Health Care center is a reputed drug treatment center in Massachusetts known for its Buprenorphine treatment and has a team of specialized buprenorphine treatment doctors. Norton Health Care center has an experience of 10 years in delivering services like subutex treatment and heroin treatment MA. Our expertise in the field of drug treatment will provide you services as per your stage of addiction. Therefore, without wasting a single minute immediately get in touch with the Norton Health Care. For more information:

Monday, June 12, 2017

Book appointment with Norton health care and get rid from heroin addiction

Despite the tough anti-drug laws in US, a new survey shows that country has the highest level of illegal drug use in the world. According to a new global drug report, Heroin consumption has reached the highest level in last 20 years.

Quoting the trends “alarming" the report said, heroin is the deadliest drug worldwide, and its increasing use in the U.S. is of particular concern. According to the report there were about one million heroin users in the U.S. in 2014, almost three times the number in 2003.

 Understanding the importance of the situation and changing trends in US. Norton Health Care Centre- one of the leading rehabilitation Centre in Massachusetts known for its professional team of doctors and latest technique of treatment, offers you the best Drug addiction treatment. 

The Heroin treatment Center provides you both the treatment i.e medicine treatment also known as pharmacological treatment and another one is behavioral treatment which is considered as the complete solution for heroin addiction.

The Heroin treatment Massachusetts process includes detoxification, in which the heroin addict is prescribed to detox the body from the drug. This is the most difficult situation for the drug addicts as surviving without heroin in s very painful. At this stage the patient cannot function normally without Heroin and the patient goes into withdrawal. Apart from this the center also provide you with buprenorphine treatment for all kind of addictions be it general opiate or heroin addiction

Understanding this, we aim that patients are treated with great care during the cure. As to overcome any addiction one need to feel motivated to control their urges to commit to drugs like Heroin once again. Therefore we ensure to provide Heroin treatment MA not just through medicines, but, also through counseling sessions that help them to motivate. For more information:

Monday, November 21, 2016

Book an appointment for Heroin Treatment Center in Massachusetts

Heroin Treatment Center
No other drug or opiate is as addictive as Heroin, an illegal schedule-1 drug derived from the Asian plant,’Poppy’. New and old users of the drugs alike are either at a high risk of getting addicted or already are. OpiateCare has a wide range of treatments at their Heroin Treatment Center. If you or a family member is addicted to the drug, Book an appointment for Heroin treatment MA.
Most heroin users will not know about the root of this drug, so here are a few facts.
Heroin made a fortune for the pharmaceutical company, Bayer, when they launched Heroin and Asprin as a painkiller for children and adults in the 1890’s in the USA. But soon reports emerged of patients reporting increasing dependence on the drug which eventually led to its ban. Heroin has a range of street names which include  “junk”, “train”, “tar”, “smack”, “H”, “boy”, “white horse”, “brown”, “black” and “chiva” among others. It has seen an increase in use, especially in the past decade. The other health risk presented by heroin use is the possibility of an overdose, wherein the user experiences breathing problems and eventually might fall into a coma. Withdrawal symptoms after quitting the drug are also on the extremes as the user might experience severe mood swings and might even contemplate suicide.
Why is Heroin so addictive?
Most people who take heroin will become addicted within 12 weeks of consistent use. Heroin basically taps into your brain almost instantly after consumption via smoking the drug, chasing its fumes or as most users administer it, intravenous injections. It goes on further to block your dopamine receptors, which are responsible for handling emotional pain. Users' experience a “rush” after consumption and this is what keeps them coming back to the drug.