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Starting your journey to being drug free can be one of the hardest things which is why we are there to support you from beginning to end. Often times our clients are experiencing withdrawal when they first come to us which can be a physical and emotional rollercoaster. Bedford drug detox monitors you closely and offers medical assistance to help your detoxification go as smoothly as possible. Offering you a helping hand through this process is our trained medical staff and licensed therapists who are on call to give you the best care available.
Bedford drug detox ensures you safely become sober again, so you can start walking towards a fresh day and a new you.
After detoxing the real hard part begins, starting over. We offer an inpatient rehab facility that is clean, friendly, and a safe place. Bedford drug treatment options include treatment for cocaine, heroin, alcohol, or a combination of drugs. Providing the best drug treatment for our patients is at the heart of what we do.
When a person starts using drugs regularly and excessively, certain complications arise. The intensity of these complications depends on what drug you are using and how long you have been using it for. Ultimately, however, any way you look at it continued drug use is bad will complicate your life.
These complications can include health related issues both physical and mental, financial problems due to excessive spending on acquiring these drugs and problems with your work life and relationships. Some of the more dangerous issues can include getting a disease such as HIV from sharing needles, accidents while being intoxicated, or even a coma and/or death.
Your friends told you that you would have the time of your life when you got high. They said that you would see all kinds of things and you'd feel really great. They said that you would forget all of your problems if only you popped that pill or smoked that stuff. They said things at first that sounded good in your mind as you were tempted. But as addiction became worse and worse, reality struck you. Your friends and even the drugs lied to you! Promises were made that could never be kept. Now, you're addicted.
Heroin addiction has many short and long term affects. It causes breathing complexities, dry mouth, dilated pupils, slurred speech, vomiting and constipation within few hours of first taking the drug. One implication of injecting the drug through using a syringe is that it increases risk of HIV/AIDS or Hepatitis.
Over a long term after using a drug for a prolonged time period it may cause infection of valves, abscesses, cellulites and liver diseases. Street heroin may cause blood clotting of vessels as it contains additives that do not dissolve. Regular use increases the tolerance level, which means the dose to achieve the same euphoric state increases.