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Fentanyl Rehab Program in Florida
Fentanyl is one of the most dangerous illegal narcotics in the world. This synthetic opioid causes thousands of deaths each year. Only 3 milligrams of fentanyl can cause a fatal overdose.
Tranquil Shores is on a mission to help as many people in Florida as possible fight fentanyl addiction before it causes terrible consequences in their lives. We offer a variety of different addiction treatment options that can help you stop using fentanyl and refocus on your health. With the combination of our rehab programs and genuine compassion, you can find a safe place to recover.
Call (727) 591-4119 or contact us online to ask about our fentanyl rehab program in Florida.
Fentanyl is Extremely Dangerous
Fentanyl is a potent opioid that can trigger overdose symptoms within moments of using it. Unfortunately, the drug is often laced into other substances without the user knowing it, so the risk of an accidental overdose increases significantly. It is important to know the signs of a fentanyl overdose, so you can react to them immediately.
Symptoms of a fentanyl overdose can include:
- Dizziness and confusion
- Nausea and vomiting
- Low blood pressure
- Drooping head or wobbly neck
- Blue lips and nails
- Contracted pupils
Call 911 immediately if someone is showing signs of a fentanyl overdose. Inform the first responders that fentanyl is the substance causing the overdose. The paramedics will know to bring Narcan to counteract the drug. In most situations, you have full legal immunity from criminal charges if you call 911 for help while experiencing an overdose from an illegal substance, so you should never hesitate to get the medical attention you need.
Common Signs of Fentanyl Addiction
The potency of fentanyl can cause it to trigger addiction in just one use. For this reason, many people don’t realize that they are addicted because they think it couldn’t have happened so quickly. If you or a loved one are using fentanyl, then it is important to look for the common signs of addiction before it gets worse.
Signs of a forming or serious addiction to fentanyl can include:
- Lethargy between fentanyl doses.
- Urge to take more fentanyl, even after using it recently.
- Anxiety or depression when not on fentanyl.
- Low appetite or difficulty keeping food down.
- Spending any extra money – and then some – on fentanyl.
- Skipping work or class to take fentanyl.
If your loved one is using fentanyl and showing these symptoms, please feel free to call us at (727) 591-4119. We can make a fentanyl rehab plan that you can present to your loved one when ready. Or, if you prefer, you can ask them to call us, and we can explain the plan to them. Of course, if you are the one who is suffering from fentanyl addiction, then we encourage you to call us yourself at any time.
Fentanyl Addiction Recovery Options
Tranquil Shores prides itself on offering a variety of different recovery treatment options for fentanyl users. This variety lets you find something that works for your individual needs and expectations. No matter what is included in your fentanyl rehab program, you can trust that each option will include guidance and care from recovery professionals.
A few of our different fentanyl treatment options include:
This list is in no way exhaustive. We have many other treatment options that could be right for you. During an initial intake process, you can ask about other treatments that interest you.
Medical Detox for Fentanyl Users
We suggest medical detox for most patients who have an addiction to fentanyl. The drug is extremely potent and dangerous, so its withdrawal symptoms can be as well. Medical detox is used to provide professional medical supervision during the first days of your recovery program when the risk of withdrawal symptoms is at its highest.
We have designed Tranquil Shores to be an inviting, encouraging place. Our goal is to have you feel comfortable and confident in detox, rather than feeling like you’re in a cold, uncaring clinic.
Tranquil Shores is Ready to Help – Call Now
For reliable and affordable fentanyl recovery treatments in Florida, come to Tranquil Shores. We are here to help you overcome this dangerous substance abuse disorder with as little stress as possible. Again, fentanyl can cause a life-threatening overdose in microscopic amounts, so it is crucial that you stop using it as soon as possible. Please call (727) 591-4119 now.
Learn more about our Florida fentanyl rehab program by contacting us online.
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