Opiate Use & Treatment in Vancouver
The non-medical use of prescription opioids has increased dramatically in and around Vancouver, British Columbia says the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Meanwhile, Canada.com reports a “significant increase” in adolescent substance abuse In British Columbia, and leading physicians mark a 5-fold increase in oxycodone related deaths in the Province. Addiction workers in Vancouver said in a CBC report that they see more exotic drugs than ever on the street. Clearly, traditional methods of dealing with prescription drug abuse are not working well.
Traditional drug detoxification (“detox”) puts your willpower to the test. Opiate drugs work by attaching to the opiate receptors in your brain. That’s what creates the feeling of euphoria and brings pain relief. Unfortunately, as the drug wears off, you begin to experience withdrawal – you crave it. The longer you’ve been using the drug, the tougher it fights to hold onto you. As a recent video from the US National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH) confirms, opiates can become addicting.
Yet you know that you want your life back … you want to quit.
Help is waiting. The Rapid Detox (RDD) Center in Troy, Michigan, invented the RDD Method™ for detoxification from opiates and other addicting drugs. So it is not surprising that patients come to the Center from all over the world to get safe, medically-supervised Rapid Drug Detoxification.
Why do men and women suffering from drug addiction travel to a small town in the United States to put an end to their drug addiction? Because the Center has developed a “detox” method that works. It’s fast, it’s effective, and it’s almost pain free. Instead of weeks, even months, of painful withdrawal, rapid anesthesia detoxification (The RDD Method™) leaves you clean in 3 days and eliminates most of the withdrawal symptoms.
The RDD Method™ works by “cleansing” the addicting drug from your brain’s opiate receptors. It even eases you successfully through the “rebound anxiety” that often accompanies detoxification.
The actual procedure takes about an hour. After a brief, painless series of tests, you are admitted to the operating room (O.R.). There, an experienced, board certified anesthesiologist gives you a medication to relax, and then administers a light, general anesthesia , while you rest comfortably. Meanwhile, a team of experienced doctors “scrubs” the opiate receptors in your body, using an infusion of intravenous medications.
With the opiate drugs removed from your receptors, the worst of the withdrawal is over while you are under anesthesia.
Because the treatment is quick, it’s inexpensive. To learn more about RDD Method™, call the RDD Wellness Center and speak with an experienced, professional nurse or intake coordinator. The consultation is free … and it could free you or your loved one from addiction. Call them at 1-866-399-2967.