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Prescription opioids have contributed to a significant health crisis in America, and Percocet is among them. If you or someone you love is struggling with signs of addiction or substance abuse, you can find a drug rehab center in South Florida customized to your needs and designed around a schedule that works best for you.

With Atlantic Recovery Center, our Percocet rehab center in South Florida gives you a place for substance abuse and mental health treatment. 

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Percocet Abuse Statistics

The CDC indicates that 44 people die from opioid overdoses every day, and many of those involve Percocet. 

  • The fifth edition of the DSM says that 0.37% of adults struggle with Percocet addiction.
  • Opioid-related deaths have increased over the last 20 years by 300%.
  • Overall, Percocet addiction rates have risen significantly in both men and women but have risen nearly twice as much in women.

Of course, not all surveys can accurately get responses from people who are struggling with addiction. In 2011, Percocet products were responsible for the highest number of emergency room visits. Opioid abuse costs over $70 million in health care costs.

ARC is a top-rated drug and alcohol rehab center in Davie, FL. Contact Atlantic Recovery Center at (866) 824-5193 to tour our Percocet rehab center in South Florida. 

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What Are Percocets?

Percocet is a combination of acetaminophen and Oxycodone. Percocet is one of many drugs that fall under the category of an opioid. Opioids bring with them a high risk of addiction because of the way they interact with the brain.

Oxycodone stops pain signals that would otherwise travel from your nerves to your brain. So, while you might be in pain if you take Oxycodone, it prevents your body from registering that painting. When combined with acetaminophen in the form of Percocet, these effects are heightened but so are the risks of abuse. For this reason, it’s often prescribed after things like surgery.

How Are Percocets Used?

Percocet can be prescribed in a tablet taken according to doctor recommendations or a liquid solution. Liquid Percocet takes longer to take effect, so you don’t necessarily feel the pain relief for about an hour. No matter how it’s consumed, it disrupts connections between your pain signals and your brain. 

If you need help, Atlantic Recovery Center is here. Call our Percocet rehab center in South Florida today at (866) 824-5193.

What Are the Side Effects of Percocet Use?

Percocet comes with a lot of potential side effects. Oxycodone can cause serious cardiovascular problems, and too much acetaminophen can damage your liver.

Regular Percocet use and abuse can lead to other negative side effects, including the following:

  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Mental health issues
  • Social isolation
  • Interpersonal problems
  • Strained relationships
  • Workplace issues
  • Legal or financial complications

If you struggle with an addiction, Percocet withdrawal brings painful symptoms like insomnia, fever, dysphoria, watery eyes, runny nose, diarrhea, tremors, and excessive sweating.

Atlantic Recovery Center is a dual diagnosis treatment center in South Florida. Contact us today to learn more.

Are Percocets Addictive?

You might not realize that you need a Percocet drug treatment in South Florida if you don’t appreciate just how addictive Percocet can be. 

Many risk factors can increase the likelihood that you get addicted and need a substance abuse treatment center, including the following:

  • Having an impulsive personality disorder
  • Having a family history of mental illness
  • Having a family history of substance abuse
  • Having a personal history of mental illness or substance abuse
  • Having a prescription for Percocet or otherwise easy access

Women are at a higher risk than men for Percocet abuse. If you are a woman with a family history of substance abuse and a current prescription, you are more likely to need treatment than a man with no current prescription and no family history of addiction. 

Whether you have one or more of these risk factors, Atlantic Recovery Center provides the best Percocet treatment in South Florida.

What Are the Symptoms of Percocet Addiction?

Many behavioral symptoms of a Percocet addiction indicate the need for South Florida Percocet rehab. As is the case with any type of substance abuse, it’s common to see someone withdraw socially, take Percocet in larger doses, or, more often than necessary, get into trouble with the law or with work, or struggle financially.

Percocet Use

You might follow your doctor’s orders directly if you have a legitimate prescription. But if you struggle with an addiction, you might try to borrow or steal Percocet from others. Even if you know it’s not good for you and causing you harm, it’s not uncommon to continue despite those negative effects.

Atlantic Recovery Center is a Percocet Rehab Center in Florida

At Atlantic Recovery Center, our Percocet rehab center in South Florida offers customized treatment in a supportive, relaxing environment. We make it easy to step away from everyday distractions and responsibilities so that you can focus entirely on your recovery.

We appreciate how difficult it is to admit you need Percocet drug treatment in South Florida and how challenging it can be to stick with your recovery, especially when you complete rehab. With our Percocet drug treatment in South Florida, we help restore your brain function and improve communication with your pain signals. Then we help you address stress and pain with healthier coping mechanisms. 

Going back to your daily routine can bring back triggers or expose you to people and places that contributed to your Percocet addiction in the first place. That is why we emphasize Aftercare programs that give you ongoing group therapy in your local area. 

We also provide access to resources that make it easier for you to sustain your sobriety, like joining sober activity groups in your community, finding a new hobby, continuing your education, and getting help finding employment or housing.

If you are ready to get help, we can customize a program that includes the right group therapy and ongoing care so that you can get clean and stay that way.

Let Atlantic Recovery Center help you find the best Percocet drug treatment in South Florida. 

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