The opioid epidemic is a severe challenge to the entire world. Every day, it consumes people irrespective of demographics like age, gender, religion, race, or ethnicities. Opioids are responsible for more than 1.2 million deaths annually worldwide. More than 2.1 million people in the US are affected by opioid use disorder (OUD). The harrowing picture is not caused by only illicit opioids or street drugs like heroin, fentanyl, or oxycodone, but also prescription medications and analgesics used to treat moderate to severe chronic pain.
Opioids enter your system and make your pain-pleasure system dysfunctional. On the one hand, they bind with the brain's receptors, spinal cord, and other parts of the nervous system and act as a potent pain suppressor. On the other hand, they are mood-elevators and stimulate your brain's reward center and provoke you to continue taking the drug or repeat the experience.
Treating opioid addiction has evolved, and we employ all the latest medical advancements and research-led innovations to treat patients affected by OUD. Our opioid de-addiction programs involve detox, MAT, CBT integrated with counseling, care, and support. With the opioid crisis becoming more significant by the day, we are also fortifying our resources and resolve to emerge victorious in this fight.
Our prolific services and medical attention have come to the assistance of patients all over the country. We have already treated several patients successfully who want to share their invaluable experience.View More Details
I was consumed in prescription opioids and conceived my young one while I was admitted and undergoing Suboxone treatment. Now I am back with my family and spending a happy, functional, and blissful family life. Thank you, Drughelp!
-Regina Mccloud, homemaker
Being a man of the law myself, I knew what I was doing was illegal. But for a long time, I was incapacitated and couldn't help myself. But Drughelp came to my rescue. They first made me realize that I was a patient and not a criminal. With my condition treated, I have resumed practice with restored vigor and inspiration.
-Jake Crawford, legal advisor
I was beginning to feel that the creative mind needs a regular dosage of drugs to express itself. But it just led me to develop a massive dependence. Drughelp motivated me to fight back and perform brilliantly without the influence of substances.
-William S. Bettany, standup comic
Being in the big pharma industry and affected by substances was eating me gradually, and I had created an alter ego of myself. Drughelp allowed me to confront my inner self, understand the triggers, and cope with them healthily. Thank you, Drughelp!
-Paul Digford Hamilton, CEO of BrainTox