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If you know someone who is struggling with addiction, it’s important to provide them with the riga

Medication assisted treatment (MAT) uses FDA-approved medications. It is for a complete approach to addiction treatment.

MAT helps patients recover from substance use disorders like opioid disorders to ease their cravings and withdrawal. In particular, methadone and buprenorphine are used with counseling and behavioral therapies.

ht support. Firstly, encourage them to seek medical help for medical detox. Secondly, help them figure out which medical detoxification will best meet their needs.

You may want to research addiction treatment centers if your loved one admits to substance abuse issues.

New Breath Recovery offers medication assisted treatment. By doing so, we aim to make your recovery experience as safe and comfortable as possible. While this treatment is not right for every individual, we believe that addiction looks different for everyone. This is why treatments can look different, too.

For some struggling with overcoming opioid addiction, detox with medication-assisted treatment, in addition to opioid treatment programs for recovery, provides the tools they need to wean themselves off of opioids and live a sober life once and for all.

Generally speaking, medication-assisted treatment allows medical professionals to provide prescription medication. Often in the form of methadone treatment for those struggling with addiction to opioids, including heroin and prescription pain relievers. Adding this treatment can help prevent relapse and pave the way for a brighter tomorrow.

Is Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Right for Me?

Detoxification is a necessary part of substance abuse treatment to clear your body and mind’s dependence on drugs and alcohol. During detox, your body can rid itself of the harmful addictive substances on which it has become physically and emotionally dependent. 

We will never recommend individuals quit drugs and alcohol “cold turkey”. Instead, we encourage medical detox, where you’ll be under the trained supervision of healthcare providers every step of the way to ensure that the detox process is safe.

However, for many individuals, the withdrawal symptoms of drug and alcohol detox might be so severe that they need medication-assisted treatment.

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Withdrawal varies based on the substance and frequency of use. As an example, if you are recovering from opioid use disorder, you may experience withdrawal symptoms such as muscle aches and pains, anxiety, insomnia, and excessive sweating. All within the first 24 hours after not using opioid drugs.

In the right environment, medication-assisted treatment can:

– Prevent relapse
– Decrease withdrawal symptoms
– Decrease illicit drug use
– Create a safer detox process
– Increase retention rate within addiction programs

Benefits of Medication-Assisted Treatment

Our opioid treatment program at New Breath Recovery is staffed with medical professionals who are trained to treat your opioid dependence and offer medication-assisted treatment when necessary.

The opioid epidemic has brought renewed attention to not only opioid use disorders but also the problem of substance abuse at large. Unfortunately, death by drug overdose is one of the leading causes of death in America, mostly caused by fentanyl and other synthetic opioids. MAT is highly effective in treating opioid addictions (e.g., heroin or prescription drugs). Now, more than ever, addiction treatment that caters to the needs of each unique individual is necessary for sustainable healing and sobriety. Equally as important is access to medication-assisted treatment to make the process as comfortable as possible.

Depending on your physical and mental health, our professionals may have you partake in medication assisted treatment, where we prescribe FDA-approved medications to help make you feel more comfortable during detox. During medication-assisted treatment, our staff will monitor you to help curb any physical side effects of detox and relieve physiological cravings. 

Along with MAT, clients at New Breath Recovery can also participate in individual counseling or group therapy sessions while preparing to transition to a drug rehab program. A successful detox is only the first step in your addiction recovery journey.

It is important to note that detox in combination with MAT is not a quick fix for addiction. Sustainable sobriety requires individuals to change their habits and mindset without relying on medications.

Our programs include mental health services to help individuals identify addiction triggers and provide life skills.

Long term Sobriety

The key to a long-term sober life is healing the body and the mind. While medication-assisted treatment can help an individual get their body back on the right track, mental health should be given priority to ensure individuals get sober and stay sober.

Our medical professionals are committed to helping you achieve freedom from addiction. They will help you develop the skills you need to avoid substance abuse in the future. If you are ready to commit to recovery or have questions about treatment programs, contact us today. Moreover, during your treatment, we are ready to answer any questions you might have about the detox process.

Therefore, feel free to call today to break free from addiction and reclaim your life!

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