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Inpatient Kadian Addiction Treatment Centers

Kadian, a brand name formulation of morphine, produces powerful pain-relieving effects. Unfortunately, the same mechanisms that work to promote pain relief also produce a range of harmful effects. With morphine being one of the more powerful opiate-based drugs, Kadian likewise carries a high potential for abuse and addiction.

Long-time Kadian users eventually reach a point where the drug’s effects take over their lives in destructive ways. Inpatient Kadian addiction treatment centers most benefit those who have a long history of drug abuse and require intensive treatment care in order to get their lives back on track.

Kadian Addiction Effects

Kadian Addiction Treatment

Medication therapies help patients feel normal again so they can focus on their recovery.

As a natural derivative of the opium poppy plant, Kadian’s morphine ingredient integrates easily within the brain’s chemical system. According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, the brain’s ability to adapt to Kadian sets off a chain reaction of changes, including:

  • Increasing tolerance levels
  • Physical dependence
  • Withdrawal episodes
  • Addiction

Over time, these developments change the way the brain works, creating a Kadian dependent environment in the process. For people struggling with long-term drug abuse problems, inpatient Kadian addiction treatment centers offer the best chance at a successful recovery.

If you’re considering treatment and you’re not sure if your insurance will cover your treatment costs, call our helpline at 800-681-7369Who Answers? for more information.

Inpatient Kadian Addiction Treatment Center Provisions

Chronic Kadian addicts often enter treatment with a range of other conditions brought on by chronic drug abuse. In effect, Kadian disrupts the body’s ability to maintain normal functions causing conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and/or depression to develop along the way.

Inpatient Kadian addiction treatment centers make it a point to treat these conditions, which enables a person to make a full recovery from the effects of addiction. Depending on the severity of the addiction, a person can choose between 30-, 60- and 90-day programs.

Supervised Detox Care

Inpatient Kadian addiction treatment centers operate as live-in programs where those in recovery can receive round-the-clock care and intensive treatment programming. Supervised detox care marks the first step in the treatment process.

As stopping Kadian use comes with range of distressing withdrawal effects, individuals face a high risk of relapse in the absence of needed treatment supports. The structure and routine that make up an inpatient environment enables a person to follow through on his or her treatment goals.

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Medication Therapies

More often than not, long-term Kadian abuse leaves behind severe brain chemical imbalances that persist long after a person stops using the drug. Without some form of medication treatment, these imbalances will continue to work against a person’s efforts to maintain abstinence, according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information.

Inpatient Kadian addiction treatment centers administer medication therapies such as methadone and buprenorphine to help restore a normal chemical balance in the brain.

Behavioral Treatments

The effects of chronic Kadian abuse on a person’s thinking and behaviors lies at the heart of an addiction problem. Helping a person replace addiction-based behaviors with healthy ways of coping with daily life makes up the bulk of the time spend in an inpatient Kadian addiction treatment center. Behavioral treatments commonly used include:

If you or someone you know struggles with Kadian addiction and have more questions about inpatient Kadian addiction treatment centers, please feel free to call our toll-free helpline at 800-681-7369Who Answers? to speak with one of our addiction specialists.

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For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the InpatientDrugRehabCenters.com is a private and convenient solution.

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