Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment at Banyan Pompano

It happens innocently enough. Your doctor writes a prescription, and soon you’re taking prescription drugs to treat pain, ADHD, anxiety, or other issues. Many people assume that prescription drugs are safe because they’re prescribed by a doctor. But, this is far from the truth. Millions of Americans are struggling with prescription drug addiction, and it can lead to additional challenges. Prescription drugs contain powerful chemicals, such as opioids, which can be incredibly dangerous. If you’re struggling with prescription drugs, it’s time to put the bottle down and call our treatment professionals at Banyan Treatment Center Pompano Beach for help in finding sobriety.

How Prescription Drug Addiction Begins and Worsens

Prescription drugs can seem harmless enough, after all, your name is on the bottle. But these drugs contain powerful chemicals which can manipulate brain chemistry and cause addiction. As time goes on, you need higher and higher doses of the same prescription just to feel the same results. This leads to a dependency that can be debilitating. Certain prescription drugs, such as painkillers and other opioid narcotics, are especially dangerous.

When a prescription runs out, or when a user can’t find more of their pills, the situation can worsen. Many people who are addicted to opioid prescription drugs find themselves taking heroin or other narcotics when they cannot find anymore pills. This brings increased dangers of exposure to deadly drugs such as fentanyl, which is highly potent and can cause an overdose within minutes.


Women Are Abusing Prescription Drugs More than Ever

Opioids aren’t the only prescription pill problem for women. Many women are prescribed narcotic prescription pills after giving birth to mitigate any pain, and this can set the groundwork for a life of addiction. With a growing number of women abusing prescription drugs, it shows that the face of addiction has changed. Today, with more addictive pills and an increase in scripts, people from all walks of life are finding themselves trapped in the struggles of addiction. A simple medial procedure can result in a prescription that turns into addiction.


Combating Addiction with Narcotics Rehab

At Banyan Treatment Center Pompano Beach, we offer a variety of approaches to prescription drug addiction treatment.


Our Pompano treatment center offers many treatment options, including:

    • PHP
    • Faith-Centered Treatment
    • Family Programs
    • Mindfulness Programs
    • SMART Recovery Program
    • IOP
    • Stabilization Programs
    • Relapse Prevention Program
    • Alumni Programs

Each program combines several therapies to help address painkiller addiction. For some patients, meditation can help with recovery. For others, scripture study is ideal. Everybody faces their own unique challenges in life and in addiction, so it is important to choose a narcotics rehab that addresses your specific needs in recovery.


There are many factors which have contributed to your prescription pill addiction, and effective treatment addresses all aspects of the problem. At Banyan Treatment Center Pompano Beach, we help with therapies that address the mental, emotional, and physical aspects of your prescription pill abuse. We understand that a full system of support is entirely necessary for your recovery. We are focused on giving you all the tools you need to build your future of sobriety. If you or someone you love needs help to find sobriety, contact our treatment professionals at Banyan Treatment Center Pompano Beach today.


Most Insurance Plans Accepted

At Banyan Pompano Detox, our goal is to make sure that anyone who needs treatment from drug and alcohol addiction is able to get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.

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