Inpatient Ambien Rehab Centers
Most people who end up with an Ambien addiction weren’t trying to get high. They were trying to get some sleep. Prescription sleeping pill Ambien can become so ingrained in a person’s life that they literally cannot sleep without it. At that point, they are dependent and it isn’t long before they are addicted and planning their evenings around Ambien use.
You don’t have to let Ambien continue to run your life. You have the option of getting treated at a well-respected Ambien rehab center. You may not know much about treatment, but the following discussion should help you to understand how inpatient rehab works. This post will compare outpatient care with inpatient care, discuss the benefits of a local program v. those of a distance program, and address funding concerns.
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How Are Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab Centers Different?
Patients who choose outpatient rehab centers often do so because they have family, work, or school responsibilities that mean they cannot be absent from their lives for a long period of time. Outpatient care works perfectly because they simply have to arrive at the rehab center, participate in treatment, and go on their way. Outpatient care is also lower in cost than inpatient treatment and some people may choose it for that reason.
Patients who choose inpatient treatment often do so because they are looking for distance from their life. Inpatient care requires all participants to remain at the facility for the duration of treatment. You don’t leave. All of your sleeping arrangements and meals are taken care of for you. If daily life is full of stress, triggers, and access to Ambien, then it is natural for a person to need distance. Additionally, inpatient care guarantees weeks in a drug and alcohol free environment, which means no early relapse if you stay in the program.
If you are looking for a spa experience, traditional inpatient rehab won’t meet your needs. You should be investigating luxury rehab centers with private rooms, deluxe accommodations, and top notch amenities. These centers are expensive and may not take your insurance, so be sure to clarify financing before committing.
Do I Really Need Inpatient Rehab for Ambien Addiction?
A lot of people may argue that Ambien, as a non-benzodiazepine sleep aid, can’t be addictive. But the National Institute on Drug Abuse notes that despite a different chemical structure from benzos, Ambien and similar drugs actually act on the same brain receptors as benzodiazepines and therefore carry some of the same risks. This makes Ambien both physically and psychologically addictive, according to a French study.
For this reason, you may have better results from inpatient care, where you can fully recover from the physical effects and get in-depth psychological care. Further, sleeping at the rehab center means that you won’t spend a sleepless night and relapse the next day. You will receive care that will help you sleep and fight the urge to relapse.
Should I Remain Close to Home?
Some people find that attending a local program saves them both time and money. Often it’s easier to gain entry to the program, and you definitely have a support system on hand when you stay near home. Lastly, it will give you access to local resources, meetings, and appointments as part of your aftercare.
On the other hand, you may feel that your privacy is at risk if you stay in town. When you eliminate the chance of someone finding out you are in Ambien rehab, you may be better able to focus on treatment. Some other people like out-of-state treatment because it gets them away from their daily life and they need a true buffer to be able to concentrate on recovery.
How Can I Pay for My Treatment?
There are a number of different payment methods, which include:
- Paying the balance yourself
- Using insurance coverage
- Using a combination of insurance and your own money
- Financing packages
- Credit Cards
- Attending a state funded program (which requires no payment)
Contact the financing department of any Ambien rehab you consider attending for more options.
For more information about funding your Ambien rehab, contact us at 800-430-1407Who Answers?. We have dealt with every financing scenario possible and we can make the most complex things easy to understand and to navigate.