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What is the Best, Most Efficient Treatment for Someone Addicted to Opioids?
According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, every day more than 115 Americans die due to opioid overdosing. People are often prescribed opioids for pain treatment by their regular physician.
According to Reuters, prescription painkillers kill 91 Americans each day and painkiller sales have quadrupled during the last 20 years.
But while opioids just mask the pain (instead of addressing what is causing the pain), they are also highly addictive. Many people end up abusing their prescribed medication. And even worse, later on, they may even switch to heroin or fentanyl.
According to the NIH, 33,000 Americans died due to an opioid overdose in 2015.
If you are looking for the best and most effective opioid withdrawal treatment, you’ll find that the most promoted, accepted and well-known treatments are the least effective. While the most effective methods are hardly recognized at all.
Although most Americans believe in rehab as if it were a religion, finding success rates of different rehab programs is extremely difficult. Besides that, in-patient rehab is incredibly expensive; even a one-month non-profit drug addiction treatment could cost as much as $28,000.
Methadone and Buprenorphine Withdrawal Treatments
Methadone is another opioid itself. Although it has shown average success rates, it also comes with many side-effects. Risk of misuse is just one of the most important methadone side effects. Buprenorphine, while only a partial opioid agonist, has less risk of abuse but still has severe side-effects: