At Nova Vitae Treatment Center, we provide a comfortable detox program for each client experiencing OxyContin addiction. Numerous clients carry a high load of anxiety due to long-term concerns with chronic pain. Some even put off treatment because of anxiety about pain and not having their physical needs met.

What is OxyContin Addiction?

People take OxyContin to treat pain and is highly addictive. Its abuse is on the rise, which exemplifies the need for OxyContin rehab centers. Dependency on this medication can reach abuse levels similar to heroin. Prescribed individuals must be closely monitored to watch for signs of addiction. Once fully addicted, individuals may need assistance in managing the withdrawal symptoms.

OxyContin Addiction Statistics:

The overall prevalence rate for opioid addiction in adults in the U.S. is estimated at 9 percent. There is minimal information about the prevalence rates for oxycodone abuse without any other drugs. However, the Department of Justice reported that over 13 million adults in the U.S. have used oxycodone in ways there were not authorized by their prescription or physician. These include adults who have abused or become dependent on the drug without any medical reasons.

The symptoms of OxyContin addiction include:

  • Physical Dependency
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting

Withdrawal Effects

The most commonly reported withdrawal symptoms for OxyContin include:

  • Sweating
  • Diarrhea
  • Chills
  • Sedation
  • Increased Agitation
  • Increased Muscle and Bone Pain
  • Lightheadedness
  • Insomniav

An OxyContin addiction can be physically and emotionally overpowering. The Nova Vitae Treatment Center provides direct and consistent support to clients looking to recover from this problem. Our specialized treatment facility can help clients heal and overcome the obstacles that may present themselves along the way. These include on-site staff available 24/7, multi-bed residential program, community support, family and group support, and more. There are several types of therapy and medical solutions for treating OxyContin abuse, to learn more, please contact our office and schedule an appointment.