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Understanding Ceta Plus Abuse Recovery
Ceta Plus is a combination opioid agonist/non-opioid analgesic medication that contains a combination of hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen. This combination is frequently used to relieve moderate to moderately severe pain by acting on the body’s central nervous system. While Ceta Plus has many beneficial purposes and can greatly improve the day-to-day lives of individuals who are struggling with bothersome pain, it is also a highly addictive substance. Ceta Plus provides users with a feeling of being high by blocking the brain’s release of inhibitory neurotransmitters, which subsequently alters an individual’s perception of and emotional response to pain. The result of this alteration in perception is a pleasant feeling of euphoria and an appealing sense of detachment from one’s surroundings. These pleasurable effects can lead individuals to crave more of the substance, ultimately resulting in ongoing abuse of the drug and the subsequent development of tolerance, addiction, and dependence. Once such an addiction has developed, it can be extremely difficult to overcome.
Fortunately, there are treatment options available that can help Ceta Plus users put an end to their destructive habit. Medication assisted treatment is one type of treatment method that can help people who are battling an addiction to this prescription medication take the first step towards recovery. Medication assisted treatment incorporates the use of certain medications that have proven effectiveness in lessening cravings, preventing severe withdrawal symptoms, and prohibiting the harmful effects that arise from the prolonged abuse of opioids, such as Ceta Plus. By taking these medications under the close supervision of qualified professionals, individuals can come to find the clarity of mind that is necessary to successfully embark on their journey to recovery.
At Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers, our trained and qualified staff of medical and mental health professionals are available to implement and monitor this effective form of treatment so that men and women who are struggling with an addiction to Ceta Plus can regain control of their lives. Here at Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers, we want to help you rediscover the joy of living a happy, healthy, and well-balanced life, free from the grips of an addiction to Ceta Plus.
Types of Treatment Offered for Ceta Plus Abuse at Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers
As a network of providers who specialize in supplying outpatient care, Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers offer medication assisted treatment for men and women, aged 18 and older, who are battling an addiction to Ceta Plus. The highly skilled and compassionate staff of doctors, nurses, and counselors at Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers are dedicated to creating personalized treatment plans that are customized to meet the unique needs of each client who is entrusted into our care. The array of medication assisted treatments and therapeutic services offered at Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers include the following:
Methadone: Considerable amounts of research have outlined the safety and effectiveness of using methadone in the treatment of opioid addictions when used as directed and under the close supervision of qualified healthcare providers. Methadone works by interacting with same receptors in the brain that are activated by Ceta Plus or other opioids, but does not produce the same euphoric high that is associated with the use of these substances. This means that clients can take methadone and still go to work, go to school, drive a car, and otherwise participate in the tasks of daily living without being high or experiencing the all-consuming cravings for Ceta Plus or the detrimental withdrawal symptoms that occur once Ceta Plus use has ceased.
Suboxone: Approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in approved medication assisted opioid addiction treatment programs, Suboxone is a medication that works by suppressing Ceta Plus cravings and fending off withdrawal symptoms without causing the user to experience a Ceta Plus-related high. Suboxone is the brand name of a medication that contains a combination of two substances, buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine provides relief from cravings and withdrawal symptoms, while naloxone protects against abuse and overdose.
Subutex (Buprenorphine): Like Suboxone, Subutex contains buprenorphine, which provides relief from Ceta Plus cravings and withdrawal symptoms without causing the disorienting high that is associated with the substance. Unlike Suboxone, however, Subutex does not contain naloxone. In many medication assisted treatment programs, clients will begin their treatment by taking Subutex, but will later transition to Suboxone for long-term maintenance.
Vivitrol: While Subutex, Suboxone, and methadone are all administered orally on a daily basis, Vivitrol was designed to be a longer-lasting medication that is administered once each month via an injection. The primary active ingredient in Vivitrol is naltrexone hydrochloride, which is a chemical that aids in preventing people from experiencing cravings for their drug of choice while also suppressing the uncomfortable and often painful symptoms associated with Ceta Plus withdrawal.
Individual therapy: At Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers, we believe that, in order for medication assisted treatment regimens to be successful in the long-term, therapeutic interventions are also necessary in helping individuals who are struggling with an addiction to Ceta Plus. While the medication works to provide mental clarity and cognitive relief by alleviating the physical symptoms of addiction, individual therapy can play the crucial role of addressing the psychological, emotional, and behavioral concerns that either led a person to begin using Ceta Plus or that have been exacerbated by the Ceta Plus use itself. Individual therapy is designed to be a time for clients to meet on a one-to-one basis with a counselor to discuss their progress in the treatment program as well as to address any concerns or issues that may arise.
Group therapy: In addition to the one-to-one sessions that clients have during their individual therapy sessions, Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers also offer group therapy sessions that are designed to provide helpful and supportive interpersonal interactions in a supervised therapeutic environment. By participating in group therapy with other individuals who are struggling with an addiction to Ceta Plus or other substance, clients can make great progress in their recovery journey by both receiving and providing personal insights, encouragement, and support from and to their peers. All group therapy sessions are led by counselors who are skilled in providing structured, informative, and empathic sessions that are both safe and productive experiences for all participants.
Why Consider Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers for Ceta Plus Abuse
The ongoing use of Ceta Plus can render individuals susceptible to experiencing any number of detrimental consequences. Any time that an addiction to any type of substance is present, it can rapidly consume all aspects of a person’s life, taking precedence over things that would once have been considered a priority. When this occurs, numerous disturbances may arise within family units and other significant interpersonal relationships as the consumption of a drug like Ceta Plus become an individual’s top priority. Additionally, people who are addicted to Ceta Plus may experience difficulty in their abilities to perform at the expected level occupationally, resulting in potential job loss, chronic unemployment, and the onset of financial strife. Physically, the abuse of Ceta Plus can cause countless detriments to arise. Liver problems, including acute liver failure, stomach pain, abdominal cramping, lightheadedness, and dizziness have all been known to occur from ongoing abuse of Ceta Plus. Furthermore, and most tragically, the ongoing use of Ceta Plus also drastically heightens an individual’s risk for experiencing overdose and an untimely death.
While overcoming an addiction to Ceta Plus can seem overwhelming and nearly impossible for people who have found themselves trapped in its addictive powers, there are ways to defeat it. At Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers, our experienced and dedicated experts are ready and willing to guide you as you make the life-saving choice to confront your addiction, overcome the compulsion to use this toxic substance, and return to living the happy, healthy, and sober life that you deserve to be living.