Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment
As a leading centre for both mental health issues and addiction, The Beekeeper House specialises in dealing with issues surrounding prescription drug addiction and providing suitable treatment options. Without the right help and intervention, it can be almost impossible to safely come off prescription medications.
Our program is designed to fully assess what your medical needs are first with respect to detox. This can be complicated with prescription drugs. However, this process is closely overseen by our medical director, who designs a specific prescription drug detox program tailored for you and your personal needs.
Lead A Life Free Of Drugs
We are able to support you by developing an effective program that encapsulates prescription drug addiction treatment, rehabilitation and recovery. We also guide and support you in understanding how your addiction to prescription drugs may have developed and what the subsequent impact it has had and is having on your life.
Through the personalised and compassionate Beekeeper House approach, our qualified experts will provide effective treatment for prescription drug addiction issues so that you can begin your journey to recovery and start leading a life free of drugs.
An addiction to prescription drugs can vary, from opiate-based drugs like codeine, morphine & oxycodone, and different pain medications such as Tramadol to benzodiazepines like Xanax, Valium & Diazepam, stimulants, sedatives, anti-psychotics and sleeping pills, to name a few.
Often, prescription drugs are prescribed by a doctor to treat a simple condition or as an aftercare measure following a medical procedure. However, due to these drugs’ addictive qualities, side effects and withdrawal symptoms, the ongoing usage of the drug becomes easily problematic for the end user. It is then no longer being used for the originally prescribed need and instead becomes a source of drug addiction.
Prescription drug addiction and abuse are becoming increasingly prevalent in today’s society. Notably, prescription drug abuse does not discriminate, and this widespread issue easily affects people of all age groups. Through early identification, intervention & treatment of prescription drug abuse may help to prevent the problem from turning into drug addiction.
There are many signs and symptoms that someone may be experiencing prescription drug addiction. Generally, these particular prescription drug addiction symptoms depend on the specific drug that is being abused.
These signs of drug addiction can include the following:
You should seek help if you or someone you love is experiencing any of these prescription drug addiction symptoms. At the Beekeeper House, you can talk to a professional without judgement if you think that you may have a prescription drug use problem. Our team can assist you in finding the most effective treatment for your prescription drug addiction, so you can start on the road to recovery.
Behavioural treatments focused on changing unhealthy behaviours and patterns of thinking, such as mindfulness-based therapies, are found to be amongst the most effective for treating addiction to prescription drugs. Therapies that provide suitable coping mechanisms are also extremely effective as well.
To prevent a relapse, it is also important to supplement these prescription drug abuse interventions with medication management to suppress withdrawal symptoms. This is vital in the early phases, and then we facilitate coming off these as part of our full prescription drug addiction recovery and rehabilitation.
Though different types of prescription drugs vary in their effects, your prescription drug addiction treatment plan will feature the same basic components: detoxification, counselling and holistic wellness therapy.
Our experienced team of medical professionals and clinicians will also provide you with an array of valuable resources to help guide you after you have completed your residential stay here with us at our Thailand drug addiction treatment and rehab centre.
Detox is undertaken at our separate site, The Warmth, the sister company to The Beekeeper. It is a fully licensed Rehab centre by the Thai Ministry of Health. It is a beautiful centre and recently built.
The Beekeeper House runs a licensed detox centre in Thailand, providing 24-hour medical care, which is a crucial component to coming off prescription drugs & medications, depending on the amount and the complexity of the prescription drug addiction at hand. This gives you the ability to undergo a full medical assessment and helps us develop a completely customised plan for you that is designed to address your specific needs. This process is very important as some medications are dangerous to come off unsupervised. This is why we provide around-the-clock medical care by qualified experts to ensure your safety and comfort at all times.
Once you have received your medical clearance and detox plan, we can then begin our work with you at our beautiful Chiang Mai residential site. This is where our dedicated clinical team will develop a longer-term treatment plan to suit your particular prescription drug addiction, level of drug use and your personal needs. You will be able to engage in a wide range of activities that have all been developed with recovery in mind, as well as enhancing your overall wellness.
You will be able to receive the care and support you need from our dedicated team of experts. Begin the process of creating new connections and forming friendships as well as engaging in a residential program that will help you address the root causes of your prescription drug addiction. Start building the foundations of a strong prescription drug addiction recovery and a brighter future at our luxury Thailand rehab and treatment centre.
You are unable to live without the use of the drug or substitute for the drug.
Life can become unmanageable, and it can be hard to reach for help. If you feel you are addicted, then you can contact us for a free assessment.
Depending on the country – Opiate based drugs and stimulants are most common.
You need to reach out to professionals like The Beekeeper, who will guide you through the process of coming off the drugs that are problematic.
Whereas everyone is different, there are some patterns to addiction. One is the initial experimentation with the drug, followed by regular use, then this becomes risky or high-risk usage, and finally, addiction.
Broadly speaking, the process is to get off the drugs or to detox. Then you need to work on a programme to help build the skills you need to get into recovery. Then you enter the recovery phase of your life, which is different for everyone.