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Fioricet, the brand name for a combination drug, is commonly prescribed to people suffering from chronic headaches. A combination drug pairs, or groups, multiple drugs together. Fioricet includes acetaminophen, butalbital and caffeine. Acetaminophen is a pain-relief drug that also works as a fever-reducer, butalbital is a barbiturate that can relax muscles, and caffeine stimulates the central nervous system while removing headaches and increasing alertness. The result is a pain-relief drug doctors often prescribe to treat migraines and other physical discomfort.
However, Fioricet can become addictive as people consistently take the drug to relieve headaches. Butalbital, which can cause drowsiness and impair mental and physical abilities, is the most common addictive ingredient within Fioricet. However, Fioricet can also include codeine, which is an addictive narcotic.
As people take higher doses than what was prescribed to them, or take doses over a long period of time, the body builds a dependence for the drug and requires more of it to perform basic functions or fight off headaches. When people begin experiencing a reliance like that, it is a sign of addiction and the need for Fioricet treatment.
There are numerous options for how to find rehab for Fioricet addiction. Better than a Google search, The Recovery Village can answer any questions you or your loved one might have about how to begin Fioricet rehab.
- Developing self-confidence and competence
- Acquiring new coping skills for triggers that may occur during every-day life
- Knowledge of recovery resources and support systems, such as 12-step groups or counseling services
- Personal support from family members and friends
Stronger support from a person’s social network greatens their chances of achieving their rehabilitation goals. A drug treatment program like that of The Recovery Village can develop some of these skills and help people seek out external support to build a healthy, rewarding post-addiction life.
- Dizziness or nausea
- Feeling restless or anxious
- Feeling impaired or intoxicated
- Sleeping problems
- Shortness of breath
- Upper stomach pain
Anyone who takes Fioricet and experiences some, or all, of these symptoms should seek medical help immediately. A rehab clinic can provide 24-hour care and offer Fioricet overdose treatment if dosage reaches dangerously high levels.
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Seeking Fioricet addiction treatment is the first major step toward recovery. Making the choice to remove Fioricet dependence from a daily routine has saved many lives. Treatment for Fioricet addiction involves many stages, starting with people undergoing an assessment to determine the proper plan for that individual. The other levels of care include:
- Detoxification and withdrawal
- Inpatient Rehabilitation
- Partial Hospitalization
- Outpatient Rehabilitation
- Aftercare or sober living
- Treating for any co-occurring disorders
Each level of care — from detox to sober living — adds another building block on a person’s path to a healthier lifestyle. The Recovery Village provides clients with a full continuum of care along each step of the recovery process and focuses on a safe, supportive and healthy rehabilitation program specialized for each individual.
No matter how long a person’s Fioricet rehabilitation program lasts, recovery is a lifetime commitment. The battle with addiction doesn’t end when a person leaves a drug treatment center for the last time. Knowing this can prepare people for the road ahead and some of the upcoming obstacles — such as cravings, withdrawal symptoms, and a chance in daily routines and social circles. When a person is knowledgeable of the potential setbacks and that recovery never truly ends, they are better prepared mentally and more likely to achieve long-term success.
- Accepted insurance providers and payment options
- Staffing information
- The range of services and levels of care provided
- Sample of a daily schedule during inpatient rehabilitation
- Accommodations and comfort level
- Medication management
- Treatment for co-occurring disorders
- Transition from one level of care to the next
- Aftercare services such as alumni groups and community referrals
If you or a loved one is seeking a Fioricet rehab center for addiction treatment, call The Recovery Village as soon as possible to get answers to your most pressing questions. A representative will likely ask you questions about your Fioricet dependence and provide a free, confidential assessment to determine the best treatment strategy. This telephone call is an extremely helpful step toward figuring out the best treatment plan for you and taking a major step toward a better, addiction-free life.