Inpatient Vicodin® Detox Center at Casa Capri Recovery

Casa Capri’s rehab center for Vicodin® addiction is about more than just stopping drugs or alcohol, it’s about giving you the tools and love to heal your deepest wounds so you can find true happiness in your heart and live the life you’ve only imagined. It’s all possible. If you’re like most women addicted to Vicodin, stopping on your own is not an option. We can help you transition off addicted substances safely and comfortably at our prescription drug detox center. Our caring all-female staff will support you in a wonderfully warm and nurturing space that feels nothing like a cold hospital bed and a lot like home. There is so much hope for you, just give us a call at 855-816-8826.

Withdrawals are no joke; they can be intense, painful and even dangerous. To keep you safe and secure you’ll be under the care of a doctor during your stay at our medically supervised detox. If need be, you’ll even be prescribed medication to ease your symptoms and soothe your nerves while your body detoxifies. Once you’re free of all chemicals, you’ll be feeling like yourself again and ready to begin the beautiful work of healing your soul.

At Casa Capri’s accredited Vicodin addiction rehab, we believe the key to long-term sobriety is getting to the heart of the matter; deep healing of the deep wounds that almost always accompany young women struggling with addiction. Whether you have an eating disorder, depression, anxiety, trauma, multiple addiction types or a combination of these, we get it. You need not be ashamed. We’ll design a customized addiction treatment program just for you. We’ve walked the healing path with hundreds of women and seen so many miracles.  The power of love combined with our unique therapeutic toolkit and expert staff truly has no bounds. The beginning of your miraculous recovery story begins by picking up the phone and calling 855-816-8826.

Enroll into a Detox Facility for Vicodin Addiction

vicodin detoxVicodin is one of the most frequently abused drugs in the United States and, perhaps one of the most dangerous. Just as with any other prescription drug, Vicodin addiction can set in without the patient even noticing. They may begin to take the drug after an injury. But, as they build a tolerance to the drug, their bodies require more and more to alleviate the pain. As such, the patient is tempted to exceed the dose that the doctor prescribed and abuse the drug.

Some of the most common symptoms of Vicodin abuse include confusion, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, headaches, slow heartbeat, and lightheadedness. If the patient abuses the drug, they risk slowing their heart rate to the point where it becomes life-threatening.

How Painful Can the Withdrawal Be?

Vicodin withdrawal symptoms may vary from one person to another, but often they are painful and very intense. The problem is that the first effects set in immediately after reducing the amount or even if a patient waits for too long until their next dose. Because of the severity of withdrawal, a lot of people have a difficult time making the first step and detoxifying their bodies.

Some of the most common withdrawal symptoms include:

  • Muscle cramps
  • Bone pain
  • Insomnia
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Restlessness
  • Chills
  • Intense sweating
  • Depression

Thinking of pain and everything that comes with it may be frightening, but the first step is the most important one. Through an individualized addiction treatment program, patients can experience relief, compassion, and love, all under the guidance of a specialized and compassionate staff and encouraged by people who have also encountered hard times during addiction.

Is It Smart to Stop Using This Drug Cold Turkey?

The only way to cope with Vicodin is through detoxification, counseling, and medication when needed. By suddenly stopping the drug intake you will only aggravate your condition. Your body depends on the drug now to function normally, and it needs to learn how to adjust to a life without these external stimuli.

When you undergo a Vicodin detox under the supervision of professional staff, they will analyze every step you have to take and make the best choice that suits your needs. They will use a mix of therapies, medication, counseling, and so on to make sure you finish this process victorious.

What Medications Can Help Treat Withdrawal Symptoms?

Because flushing Vicodin out of the system can be incredibly difficult, physicians often give patient medication, such as Suboxone. This synthetic opiate can trick the body into thinking it’s receiving its usual dose of Vicodin. That can, in turn, alleviate some of the most intense withdrawals symptoms. Once the patient has reached a certain dosage level, the doctor will take them off the drug entirely.

Medication is only the first step of the rehabilitation process. Next, the patient will undergo behavioral therapy and contingency management to help them understand its addiction and control its craving.

Are There Alternative Drugs That Won’t Cause Withdrawals?

Drugs such as buprenorphine, methadone or naltrexone can counter the effects Vicodin has on the brain.

However, patients should be very careful when taking these drugs. If not administered correctly you can cause yourself more harm than good. So don’t try any of these without proper advice.

Keep in mind that medication is not sufficient if not combined with behavioral treatments like individual counseling, group or family counseling or cognitive therapy. Having fun is also essential in the recovery process. That’s why we’ve created an Adventure Program where patients can experience firsthand how amazing life can be without drugs or alcohol.

Do At-Home Detox Kits Work for This Drug?

As much as we’d like to say that there is a miraculous treatment that works for everyone, we can’t. Please do not trust anyone that promises you to help you cure your addiction fast and easily. The hard truth is that overcoming Vicodin addiction requires a lot of hard work and commitment and you can’t do it without specialized help.

Take action right away and start the healing process before it’s too late. Join our loving community and give away the shame you might be feeling right now. Make yourself at home at Casa Capri and let us help you deal with your addiction.