Understanding Edmonton Fentanyl Addiction Treatment
Our Edmonton Fentanyl addiction treatment program empowers people with the skills they need to lead an active normal life after they’ve left our facility. Our exclusive system starts with a medical detox which is supervised by licensed professionals.
This opioid-based pain reliever is said to be 100 times stronger than morphine. Here at the BroadAcres AddictionTreatment Centre, we believe everyone should have all the information about this potentially fatal drug. In the right hands with a doctor’s prescription, it can be used in a variety of good ways including cancer treatment.
Once it makes its way to the streets, it can be fatal.
Fentanyl can affect a person’s central system quickly. Abuse can translate into a full-blown addiction rapidly. When it is sold as a street drug, Fentanyl can be found in places where abusers buy illegal substances like heroin.
A number of people who try this drug die due to respiratory failure. Other signs that someone has been abusing this drug include:
– Accelerated heart rate
– slow breathing rate
– nausea and vomiting
Edmonton Fentanyl Addiction Treatment Options
The system we use to help you put your life back together after Fentanyl addiction is thorough and complete. We start out with detoxification in a safe environment. It’s important to us that each and every one of our patients is medically supervised during this part of the process. It gives us a chance to keep an eye on your recovery and ensures that you are safe during the whole process.
We have 15 beds in our detox centre. Additionally, we have an extra 20 beds for patients who are going through our process. With us, you can rest assured that you’ll have 24 hour care followed up by the finest in counselling and other addiction treatment processes
What To Look For
Understanding what to look for when it comes to a Fentanyl overdose is critical. Overdoses on this extremely powerful drug can be fatal. Here are just a few of the symptoms that you need to be looking for. If you know someone has taken the drug and is showing the symptoms, call 911 right away.
– Loss of consciousness and or a blue tint to the lips and nails.
– Pinpoint pupils and weakened muscles.
– Extremely low blood pressure and a slow heart rate.
BroadAcres Addiction Treatment Centre is a cutting-edge facility designed to get people suffering from drug abuse back up on their feet again. Our Edmonton Fentanyl addiction treatment program is cutting edge.