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Painkiller Addiction Treatment and Rehabilitation

Life Works – the leading specialist in Painkiller and Prescription Addiction treatment.

Painkiller addiction and prescription drug addiction is a growing problem in today’s society. While many people avoid drugs like cocaine and heroin, they assume prescriptions and Painkillers are safe. This makes identifying a prescription painkiller addiction very difficult.

Addicts can easily hide or deny they have a problem because the drug they are addicted to comes from a doctor. Some of the most commonly associated drugs with prescription painkiller addiction are tranquilisers, codeine Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, Monoamine Oxydase and 'Downers'.

If you are struggling with prescription or painkiller addiction, Life Works can help. You can call us at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form

Signs & symptoms of Prescription and Painkiller Addiction

Prescription drug and painkiller addiction symptoms can take many forms. That is what makes it so difficult to diagnose. People with an addiction to prescpritions or painkillers can show many, seemingly contradictory symptoms. The best way to know if someone has a prescription or painkiller addiction is to have them assessed by a professional. They can spot the symptoms of prescription and painkiller addiction, like taking medication long after you are due to stop, inventing illnesses to get more medication, visiting different doctors under different names to get more prescriptions or painkillers, feeling spaced out, frustrated or tired when you do not take your prescriptions or painkiller and sacrificing your social life or lying to get more prescriptions or painkillers.

If any of these prescription or painkiller addiction symptoms apply to you, call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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Prescription and Painkiller Addiction Treatment

Life Works looks beyond your basic symptoms to treat the whole problem. Our bespoke holistic care will help you through the entire process of recovery. That means after we help you detox, Life Works will provide individual and group counselling. This is combined with other therapies to identify and treat the root of your addiction to painkillers or prescription medications. We also work to mend relationships and help you reconnect with family and friends.

When you leave our residential facility, you will have learned how to cope with the stress and triggers of everyday life. This puts you on the best path long term recovery. It also insures you have all the tools to lead a sober life and a support network to help you. If you are ready to start your prescription or painkiller addiction treatment at Life Works you can call us at 0800 081 0700 or fill in our contact form.

How can I start Prescription Painkiller Addiction Treatment at Life Works?

If you are ready to break free of your prescription or painkiller habit, Life Works can help. Our Admissions professionals can begin the first steps in building your personalised painkiller or prescription addiction treatment programme. If you are ready to start your recovery, call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

Once you admit to Life Works, you will visit our nursing team to get a health assessment and see the on staff doctor. After that you will be introduced to your primary counsellor and begin detox or treatment. If you start out with a detox, you will complete it before you starty any regorious therapy. This is because most people going through detox are simply not ready for intense therapy. Once the detox has ended, clients can join in with counselling sessions, group therapies and the many other treatment options available. They will also join in with the other clients at meal times to help foster a sense of community. If you would like to know more about our treatments, call us at 0800 081 0700 or fill in our contact form.

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