Finding the Best Lorcet Addiction Treatment and Recovery Options

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Lorcet can be an effective medication for treating pain. Unfortunately, the drug can also cause euphoria if taken in higher doses than prescribed, which is why many individuals abuse it. This type of use can quickly lead to addiction and other serious side effects, including dependence, withdrawal symptoms, tolerance, and overdose.

If you or someone you love has been misusing Lorcet, call 800-584-3274 today. We can help you find the best rehab option for your safe recovery from Lorcet addiction.

What Is Lorcet?

Lorcet is a brand name medication containing the opioid hydrocodone and non-aspirin pain reliever acetaminophen. According to the Daily Med, the drug is “indicated for the relief of moderate to moderately severe pain.” Because it contains hydrocodone, the drug is only available legally by prescription, but sadly, many individuals do misuse it for the euphoric effects it can cause when taken in large doses.

Lorcet is abused when an individual

  • Takes the drug without a prescription
  • Takes the drug in larger doses than prescribed
  • Takes the drug in a different way than prescribed
  • Takes the drug more often than prescribed
  • Takes the drug for longer than prescribed

Doctors often take precautions to help their patients avoid becoming dependent on or abusing this drug, but in many cases, abuse does occur. When a person abuses Lorcet or another opioid drug similar to it for long enough, addiction can form. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, once a person becomes addicted to a drug, they can no longer control their use of it and will require intensive treatment in order to recover.

How Can I Recognize Lorcet Addiction?

Lorcet addiction can cause a number of serious side effects in your life. Ask yourself the questions below in order to determine if you may be suffering from an addiction to this dangerous drug.

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  • Have you been misusing your Lorcet prescription?
  • Have you been taking someone else’s prescription or buying the drug illegally?
  • Have you ever put yourself or someone else in danger in order to use or obtain more of the drug?
  • Do you feel you cannot get through the day without taking Lorcet?
  • Do you crave the drug?
  • Do you experience psychological and physical side effects when you are unable to take the drug, such as
    • Depression?
    • Anxiety?
    • Flu-like symptoms such as fever, chills, runny nose, etc.?
    • Muscle and bone pain?
  • Have you started taking the drug even when you are alone?
  • Do you become hostile toward others who bring up your substance abuse in a negative light?
  • Do you hide the full extent of your substance abuse from your friends and family members?
  • Do you neglect your responsibilities (like work and school) in order to use more?
  • Have you tried to cut back on your use of the drug and been unable to?
  • Have you considered using a stronger drug in order to combat the tolerance you have built up to Lorcet.
  • Do you feel you would not be able to stop using Lorcet on your own, even if you wanted to?

If you answered yes to more than one of these questions, it is very likely that you are already suffering from an addiction and it is important that you seek professional help. Addiction changes the way your brain works so that you cannot just suddenly put a stop to your Lorcet abuse; instead, you will need professional help.

How Do I Know I Need Lorcet Addiction Treatment?

If you are suffering from an opioid addiction, you will need treatment. According to the National Library of Medicine, hydrocodone can be habit-forming, and those who take Lorcet regularly and in high doses for a certain period of time (usually several weeks or longer) are likely to become addicted.

If you have ever…

  • Overdosed on Lorcet
    • A hydrocodone/acetaminophen overdose is especially dangerous. Both drugs can cause harmful side effects, as stated by the NLM, and an overdose of this type can lead to coma, brain damage, and even death.
  • Been arrested or experienced legal problems for buying or misusing the drug
  • Experienced financial issues because of your substance abuse
  • Lost an important relationship or several relationships because of your substance abuse
  • Lost your job, been expelled, or experienced other professional issues because of your substance abuse
  • Put yourself or your loved ones in danger in order to use more of the drug
  • Done something illegal in order to obtain more of the drug (including doctor shopping or buying the drug in order to maintain your habit)

it is time to seek treatment. The only safe way to recover from an opioid addiction is with professional care, and we can help you find the right program for your needs. Call 800-584-3274 today.

What Treatment Options Are Available for Lorcet Addiction?

There are several evidence-based practices associated with opioid addiction treatment. According to the NIDA, “Treatment should include both medical and mental health services as needed.”

Medication

  • Methadone is a medication that is often used to treat opioid addiction. It is an opioid agonist, so it can be abused itself, which is why it can only be obtained from government-approved facilities that offer intensive, professional care. The drug is often used as a maintenance medication to stave off withdrawal symptoms, and when dosed, correctly, it does not cause euphoria.
  • Buprenorphine is another pharmacological option for opioid addiction treatment. It is safer in an abuse situation and is usually paired with naloxone so individuals who do try to crush and snort it will immediately experience withdrawal.
  • Naltrexone is the third pharmacological treatment option. It is most effective for those with a serious motivation to stop abusing opioids and can only be taken after withdrawal has ended. Unfortunately, though, it does have some compliance issues.

Behavioral therapies

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy is one of the most popular treatment options for drug addiction. According to the NIDA, the program helps patients relearn positive life skills and ways to avoid relapse.
  • Contingency management is a behavioral therapy that provides patients with a prize or incentive every time they provide a negative drug test.
  • Group therapy is also a very popular behavioral therapy option. Patients are able to strengthen their social supports through this program, which is highly effective for recovery.
  • Family therapy is sometimes used to help individuals and their loved ones work through the familial issues that may have helped lead to or enable substance abuse.

In addition to these evidence-based practices, many rehab programs also offer holistic options like yoga, meditation, massage therapy, etc. Depending on your needs as a patient and which type of rehab program you choose, one may offer these options and/or other treatment approaches for your safe recovery.

Which Type of Lorcet Addiction Treatment Program Is Right for Me?

Every patient is different, which is why there are so many different types of rehab programs for addiction recovery. Considering your needs is important when choosing the right treatment option for your situation.

  • Many rehab centers are either inpatient or outpatient-based. The former option is much more intensive and provides 24-hour care to patients who need it. You may require inpatient treatment if…
    • You are suffering from a comorbid mental disorder.
    • You have tried to recover from your substance use disorder in the past and have not been satisfied with the results.
    • You do not have a support group of friends and family members at home who can help you while you are not in treatment.
    • Your home environment is dangerous or not conducive to recovery.
  • You should also consider the length of time your rehab program will last. Some facilities provide very short treatment programs that only last about 30 days while others offer long-term options that can last as long as a year.
    • In general, 90 days is considered the minimum amount of time a treatment program should last for patients to fully benefit.
  • Your budget should also be taken into consideration when you are choosing a rehab center that suits your needs. While you should not let cost fully define your choice of treatment program, it is important to consider how much you can reasonably spend on care.
    • If you are struggling financially, you may qualify for free or low-cost treatment.
    • Many people choose to use their insurance plans to help them pay for rehab. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, most insurance plans, including any plan sold on the Healthcare Marketplace, will cover at least part of your rehab.
    • Luxury treatment centers also exist where you can receive high-end treatment options like acupuncture as well as stay in hotel-like accommodations. These facilities provide numerous additional comforts to those who can afford them, and as such, many people choose to receive care in luxury rehab centers.

Professional treatment is definitely the safest option for your recovery from Lorcet addiction, but choosing the right program may take some thought. In addition, you may have already found that searching for the right rehab center can be difficult. Let us help you make it much easier.

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How Do I Find the Right Rehab Center for My Lorcet Addiction?

We want to help you find the best rehab program that is right for your needs and that provides all the options that suit your recovery best. Call 800-584-3274 today to speak to a treatment advisor; we are available 24/7 to help you find and choose the most effective option for your recovery.

  • When you call, your treatment advisor will need certain information about your addiction and situation in order to match you with the best treatment options for your recovery. This can include
    • Your medical and substance abuse history
    • Your insurance plan and provider
    • The names of any treatment programs you have attended previously
  • Your treatment advisor will then work to match you with a rehab center that will accept your insurance plan, offer the treatment options you require, etc. They may even find more than one option, which will allow you choose the program that best suits your needs.
    • If you choose to call these facilities yourself, make sure to be prepared to ask any questions you may have, including
      • How long will my treatment last?
      • What options do you offer for Lorcet addicts?
      • How much will this program cost?
      • Will you accept my insurance plan?
      • What accreditations and certifications does your program have?
    • Once you find the treatment program of your choice, your advisor will be able to work with you to create a plan to get you into the program and to begin your recovery.

Don’t try to go through the difficulty of finding a rehab program alone. We are here to help make the process easier and to match you with the best options for your needs.

Life After Rehab: What Happens Next?

When you finish rehab, you may choose to attend another treatment program. For example, many people benefit from inpatient care followed by intensive outpatient treatment. According to the Prescription Monitoring Program, Lorcet addiction is a serious matter, and patients are not always fully recovered after one treatment program.

In fact, you should prepare yourself to live in recovery for a time after your rehab ends. This can include attending treatment, avoiding the people and places that could trigger a relapse, and taking care of yourself in order to stay healthy and happy. Life after rehab takes time to adjust to and most people are not fully over their addictions right after the program ends. Therefore, it is very important to be aware of your needs and to ask for help whenever you require it.

Let Us Help You Find Safe, Reliable Treatment

Lorcet is an addictive, dangerous drug when abused, and those who misuse it put themselves in serious danger. This is why it is important to seek treatment in a rehab program as early as possible. Call 800-584-3274 now, and let us match you with the best recovery centers for your needs today.


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