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Novus Opiate Detox: A Safe Environment Helps A Lot
One of the most important factors in choosing a detox center is finding out if it provides a really safe environment for each and every patient.
That’s because getting off prescription opiates like OxyContin, oxycodone and hydrocodone, or street drugs like heroin, withdrawal symptoms can be pretty severe.
And knowing you are safe, both medically and emotionally, makes a huge difference in how it all turns out.
Sure, Novus is way ahead in medical opiate detox technology. Novus opiate detox minimizes withdrawal symptoms, which helps patients get off opiates much more smoothly.
But when people talk about Novus, one of the things that comes up is the incredibly safe environment. Novus patients are always commenting on how safe and comfortable they felt during their stay at Novus.
The word gets around. From arrival to departure, Novus Medical Detox patients know they are getting the absolute best care possible. And they’re telling others about it.
It’s a big deal. Detoxing in a safe environment helps you get through any bad patches, and makes the whole experience much more effective.
Getting the right kind of help for opiate detox
Patients arriving at Novus say they know they are physically dependent or addicted, and they’re sick of it, sick of being addicted.
They really want to quit, but they can’t do it alone. They need help.
At Novus, we are specialists in helping people get off drugs, including all the opiates.
We know more than a thing or two about opiate addiction, including how physically and emotionally uncomfortable, and even painful, that can be. It also can be physically dangerous, and even life-threatening.
That’s why Novus provides nursing care around the clock, seven days a week, during your entire stay. It’s all about the level of help, and providing the safest environment possible.
Opiate detox – the bottom line
When you’re getting off opiates with people who really care and really want to help, people who know how to care for someone detoxing opiates – well, that just makes all the difference in the world.
Some patients say they feel safer at Novus than at home, and we can’t think of a greater compliment than that.
So here’s the opiate detox bottom line:
Getting off opiates and starting to feel better physically, you also should start feeling better about yourself too, mentally and emotionally. You can withdraw physically. But how are you going to feel as a person?
How you feel about yourself is just as important, maybe even more important. And that depends on a caring, non-judgmental, and very safe opiate detox environment.
Call Novus today and get all your questions answered.
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