Percocet Rehab

An opioid drug prescribed for pain relief or management is one of the easiest types of drugs to mismanage. In this way, they are easier to access and easier to take excessively. Percocet use can lead to tolerance and dependency, which can have serious effects on physical health, mental health, and important aspects of life. If you believe you may have a problem with Percocet, it is never too late to get help. At America’s Rehab Campuses, we provide the essential care, support, and resources necessary to begin your path to recovery at our percocet rehab.

What Is Percocet?

Percocet is a mixture of oxycodone and acetaminophen. It is usually prescribed for pain relief and management. However, since it influences the way your brain perceives pain so strongly and produces euphoria, it is one of the easiest types of opioids to mismanage. Since the risk for abuse is so high, the manufacturer of Percocet states that it should be reserved for patients tolerant of other opioids.

At our Percocet rehab, we understand how a Percocet habit can progress into a serious problem. Our professional and caring staff are here to make sure you receive a personalized treatment plan that suits your specific situation and your personal needs. In this way, we can help you take back your life from Percocet, foster a positive perspective about sobriety, and help you create a healthy and happy future.

Detox and Withdrawal from Percocet

It’s important that you receive a physical health evaluation and a supervised, medical detox period to ensure you are as safe as possible. At our Percocet rehab, we will make sure you receive a detox plan that is appropriate for you. You may need to cut down slowly or receive medication to reduce the pain or severity of withdrawal symptoms. As detoxing can be scary for some individuals, we want to make sure you are in a supportive environment with competent staff.

Depending on the amount of Percocet you have been using and for how long, you may experience mild to severe withdrawal symptoms. Naturally, you may be curious about the symptoms you may have during withdrawal. A few of the most common side effects include:

  • Agitation, anxiety, aggression, and depression
  • Paranoia
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Fatigue and yawning
  • Cramping, vomiting, and diarrhea
  • Goosebumps and shivering

These symptoms may manifest quickly, within a few hours of stopping Percocet. Symptoms, in varying degrees of severity, may last up to ten days. After you have completed your supervised detox, our staff will be pleased to transfer you to our inpatient or outpatient Percocet rehab program.

What is the Percocet Rehab Treatment?

After Medical Detox, you may consider inpatient or outpatient Percocet rehab. We may encourage you to pursue one or the other, but the decision is ultimately up to you as an individual. Our inpatient program typically benefits those with moderate to severe substance abuse problems, who desire or require supervision during treatment, or who do not live in a supportive and accommodating environment. Our outpatient or intensive outpatient program is beneficial for those who have mild to moderate substance abuse issues or who need to resume day-to-day activities and duties while receiving treatment.

At America’s Rehab Campuses, our inpatient Percocet rehab can last up to 28 days, although you can stay longer if you require further help. Our medical professionals and caring staff provide various therapies and services that focus on providing you with the tools you need to recover successfully. Our outpatient Percocet rehab provides many of the same services, although you will be free to live at home and pursue your regular day-to-day life.

Start Your Recovery Journey at America’s Rehab Campuses

At America’s Rehab Campuses, we want to encourage you to pursue a full, positive life without the use of Percocets. We know that motivation can only be part of the battle, which is why we also provide the crucial resources you need to be successful and prevent frustrating, and potentially dangerous, obstacles in your path. Contact us today to find out more about our Percocet rehab.

Percocet Rehab