Hysingla Addiction Detox in South Florida
What is Hysingla?
Hysingla is the brand name for a strong prescription pain medication that contains high amounts of hydrocodone. This medication is only prescribed to individuals who suffer from medical conditions that cause severe pain. It is not prescribed for acute pain management but solely reserved for chronic pain. If you or a loved one are addicted to Hysingla, then an opioid detox is the safest step to get off this medication.
Since this drug is considered much stronger than other hydrocodone medications such as Vicodin or Norco and others, it is formulated with an anti-abuse coating that prevents the pills from being crushed or diluted with water. People who abuse prescription pain killers often crush the pills to snort the drug or to mix in water to be injected.
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What is Hysingla?
Hysingla is the brand name for a strong prescription pain medication that contains high amounts of hydrocodone. This medication is only prescribed to individuals who suffer from medical conditions that cause severe pain. It is not prescribed for acute pain management but solely reserved for chronic pain. Since this drug is considered much stronger than other hydrocodone medications such as Vicodin or Norco and others, it is formulated with an anti-abuse coating that prevents the pills from being crushed or diluted with water. People who abuse prescription pain killers often crush the pills to snort the drug or to mix in water to be injected.
Although the anti-abuse coatings do make the pills nearly impossible to crush or dilute, people who suffer from addiction find ways to destroy the protective layer. Hysingla has been approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) since 1941; however, it only recently became popular among drug-seeking cultures that favor opiates. The DEA lists it as a schedule II-controlled substance that has a high potential for abuse and addiction. Hysingla is similar to fentanyl, methadone, morphine, oxycodone, and heroin in terms of how quickly a person can become addicted.
Hysingla Addiction and Treatment
The prescribing information that is included in the packaging of this drug required by the FDA specifies how addictive it is. Although this medication is formulated with anti-abuse properties, many people can easily become addicted. Doctors must rule out all other pain medications before prescribing Hysingla. It is designated to provide pain relief for only the most severe conditions that cannot be treated with a less potent pain killer. The prescribing information in the packaging insert highlights warnings about addiction and overdose:
HYSINGLA ER exposes users to risks of addiction, abuse, and misuse, which can lead to overdose and death. Serious, life-threatening, or fatal respiratory depression and overdose may occur. Because of the risks of addiction, abuse, and misuse with opioids, even at recommended doses, and because of the greater risks of overdose and death with extended-release opioid formulations, reserve HYSINGLA ER for use in patients for whom alternative treatment options (e.g., non-opioid analgesics or immediate-release opioids) are ineffective, not tolerated, or would be otherwise inadequate to provide sufficient management of pain. (FDA)
To determine if someone is addicted to Hysingla, certain undeniable indicators will be present. However, the most outstanding evidence of an addiction to Hysingla will be if the person experiences physical withdrawal symptoms as a result of not taking Hysingla. Other signs of addiction will include:
Hysingla Detox Symptoms
The withdrawal symptoms that Hysingla causes are severe and cannot be tolerated without medications and medical supervision. Since there is a potent opioid prescription pain killer, the withdrawal symptoms will mirror other powerful opioids such as heroin. Generally, opioid withdrawal symptoms begin quickly when the person is using stronger opioids like Hysingla, Fentanyl, Oxycontin, Dilaudid, heroin, and others. Hysingla withdrawal symptoms start in as soon as a few hours after the last dose or use. The following symptoms are likely to occur:
To help someone end an addiction to Hysingla, they will need specific medications that minimize Hysingla detox symptoms. The medications that are provided for Hysingla detoxification work quickly and reduce withdrawal symptoms nearly 100%. Evoke Wellness Florida has an advanced medically managed Hysingla detox program that allows clients to finally end their addiction or physical dependence to Hysingla for good.
Help for Hysingla Withdrawal Symptoms
Evoke Wellness Florida Hysingla detox centers provide safe and effective medications that reverse withdrawal symptoms and allow clients to rest and sleep. At the same time, their body detoxifies the Hysingla from their system. All of our clients are monitored by our professional staff of medical doctors, psychiatrists, addiction counselors, and therapists. We provide small group counseling and one on one counseling in the Hysingla detox program.
Although detoxification is the most crucial step to overcoming addiction, it is not treatment. Our Florida hysingla detox unit is directly connected to our Hysingla addiction treatment program. Our substance-specific treatment programs cater to the needs of the person who is struggling with a substance use disorder. To learn about our Hysingla detox program and our Hysingla treatment program, please contact one of our representatives who will have you or a loved one admitted in 24 hours or less.
Evoke Wellness FL: A Premier Medical Detox
At Evoke Wellness Florida, we help clients detox from alcohol and drugs under the best possible treatment and surroundings. Our medical drug and alcohol detox facility is located in a beautiful, private location over-looking a tranquil lake in Miramar,
Florida. Our relaxing surroundings, high-end amenities, delicious and nutritious
food, and team of professional practitioners, help clients move through the detox
phase quickly, safely and comfortably. After detox, clients have a wide range of
options to transition seamlessly to the next step in their addiction recovery. While
the medical detoxification process is not easy, many clients recognize early on that
is not nearly as intense, painful, or uncomfortable as anticipated. We help them
build foundations needed to maintain long-term sobriety.