Percocet Addiction Treatment

percocet addiction treatment - Lakehouse Recovery TreatmentAddiction to any substance is powerful. Addiction to prescription drugs, especially Percocet, can be particularly tough – requiring an in-depth approach to treatment.

Percocet is an incredibly addictive narcotic with Oxycodone listed as the main ingredient. While it works great to relieve pain when used appropriately, it can also release the joy from your life if abused.

Thankfully, The Lakehouse Recovery Center has found success in treating those individuals who have to succumb to the grip of prescription drugs through our personalized Percocet addiction treatment program. Our multi-faceted approach can help an individual recover successfully from any addiction situation.


Addiction to Percocet

Fighting Percocet Addiction With Mental and Physical Treatment - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Percocet is very common – and very accessible. In fact, it is not unusual to find it in your grandma’s medicine cabinet for her arthritis pain or in your kitchen after your teenage sister’s oral surgery appointment.

Formed as a combination of Oxycodone and Acetaminophen (Tylenol), Percocet is a painkiller for everyone. Perhaps this is why it has become such a big part of prescription drugs addiction treatment.

In fact, because every day, ordinary people use this drug, you are usually addicted before you even realize there is a problem. The most common signs are:

  • Building up a tolerance and requiring more pills than you used to once use.
  • Taking larger doses than advised.
  • Seeking out additional doctors to obtain more scripts after your doctor’s refusal.
  • Resorting to purchasing Percocet on the street.

If you can relate to any of the above, you may want to seek professional help for Percocet addiction treatment.

Symptoms of Addiction

These symptoms include:

  • Anxiety
  • Fever
  • Nausea
  • Runny nose
  • Tearing eyes
  • Aches and pains
  • Upset stomach
  • Difficulty sleeping

Individuals who have been taking Percocet on a continuous basis for more than five to seven days should not suddenly stop taking this drug as withdrawal symptoms could occur. This should only be done while being monitored by your doctor who will probably want to gradually reduce your dosage of this powerful narcotic analgesic.


Our Approach to Percocet Addiction Treatment

A prescription for Percocet from your doctor may help you handle chronic pain or other such medical conditions. Removing the Percocet without addressing the pain could leave you with another set of issues.

At the Lakehouse Recovery Center, we use an individualized approach to Percocet addiction treatment that encompasses every aspect of your well-being.

Medical help

We know that if you are addicted to a prescription drug, there is a good chance you may have an underlying medical condition. Our medical staff work to help you find alternatives to help you handle your pain or other medical needs. In addition, they work to teach you how to heal your body from the inside – and manage a healthy lifestyle.

Psychological therapies

It is important to re-focus your mind, as well as deal with any unresolved mental health issues. This is an integral part of your treatment. You will learn new ways to approach life and situations in a healthy manner with the use of effective coping skills.

Continued wellness

Taking care of your body as a whole – mind, body, and spirit – can help you feel stronger and empowered. Together, we will teach you how to discover and maintain this wellness for your sober future.

The Lakehouse Recovery Center will work with you throughout the program in a comfortable, healing-conducive setting which will leave you feeling capable of having a successful recovery.


Ready to Be Free of Addiction?

If you are ready to join our Percocet addiction treatment program, contact us today!