TREATMENTS

Prescription Medication Addiction

Prescription drug addiction is a serious condition that is characterized by an individual repeatedly consuming prescription medication for a non-medical reason, until they eventually become both physically and psychologically dependent on this substance to function. Prescription drugs, including prescription opioids, benzodiazepines and stimulants, are often prescribed by medical professionals in order to offer short-term pain relief following an injury or operation, or to help in the treatment of a range of other psychological and medical conditions.

We design a treatment programme based on your situation, targets, motivation and expectations.

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Symptoms of prescription drug addiction include:

  • Excessive mood swings or hostility
  • Disrupted sleep
  • Poor decision making.
  • Requesting early refills or continually losing prescriptions so that your doctor needs to write more.
  • Withdrawal symptoms such as sweating, anxiety, insomnia, vomiting or muscle pain when you go without the medication.

 

Prescription Medication we treat:

  • Amphetamines
  • Pregabalin (Lyrica)
  • Benzodiazepines (Xanax)
  • Sleeping Pills

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F.A.Q

How do I know if I have a drinking problem?

Drinking becomes a problem when it starts to negatively affect your work, relationships and social life. It also affects the way you think and feel in your everyday life. The most common sign amongst many others is the inability to stop or control the amount of alcohol consumed, alcohol cravings, and drinking alone in secrecy.

Can Alcohol cause liver damage?

Alcohol abuse can increase the risk of developing fatty liver, hepatitis and cirrhosis, which are the three primary liver conditions. These diseases may cause failure or irreparable damages to the liver of a chronic alcohol user.

Can Alcohol Change the Brain?

Studies have shown that drinking can cause chemical imbalances to the human brain, affecting important functions such as dopamine levels. Some parts of the human brain that control our emotions and decision makings are also affected when drinking excessive amounts of alcohol.