Morphine addiction harms countless Americans each day, week, and year. The drug’s pull can be so overwhelming, it is unfortunately easy to feel like there is no way to fight it. Atlanta Treatment LLC is here to remind you of the truth: you’re stronger than your addiction.
Our morphine addiction rehab in Marietta has a wide variety of treatments and therapies to help you break the cycle of addiction with as little stress as possible. Our rehab specialists would be happy to work with you to find the type of treatment that clicks with you. When we work together, morphine addiction stands little chance.
Call (678) 379-3111 now. We can break this cycle of addiction.
Signs of Morphine Addiction
As a painkiller, morphine creates a euphoric feeling while the drug is in effect. It can even break the brain’s typical emotional response to pain, further dulling any sensation of discomfort. This emotional dullness is part of what makes morphine addiction so dangerous. Users often mistake the removal of any sort of pain as a “good” thing that can’t possibly do any harm.
You might be forming a morphine addiction and not know it because of the way it changes your perception of pain and feeling sensations overall. You have to look for the warning signs that an addiction is forming or has already taken hold.
You might be addicted to morphine if you have:
- Attempted to gain a prescription through unusual or unlawful means.
- Used morphine in a way that did not align with a doctor’s orders.
- Constant or near-constant urges to use more morphine.
- Thoughts that frequently center around morphine and how it makes you feel.
Long-Term Effects of Morphine Addiction
The longer you use morphine, the more damage it can do to your body. Various internal organs – including the brain – can be damaged by morphine abuse, so the risks of long-term effects are high. This makes it even more important to fight the addiction as soon as you can. You deserve better than to allow morphine to seriously injure your health, happiness, career, and relationships.
Long-term effects of morphine addiction can include:
- Nausea, vomiting, and dizziness
- Chronic migraines
- Respiratory complications
- Low or high blood pressure
- Difficulty sleeping
- Constipation and stomach pain
- Severe joint and muscle aches
- Excessive sweating
- Anxiety, depression, and paranoia
Contact us today to learn more about morphine addiction treatment.
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Is morphine making your day-to-day life painful and unenjoyable? Come to Atlanta Treatment LLC in Marietta for all the help and support you require to fight addiction and live with sobriety.
We can help you fight morphine addiction with various treatments and options, such as:
Do any of these catch your attention? We have many, many more options, too, in case none did. The point is that we can find something that works for you thanks to our large variety of treatments. No matter what your recovery program looks like, you will have the support and encouragement of our professionals, who are constantly rooting for you!
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