Percocet Addiction Treatment in Arizona

Prescription Pain Pill Addiction Specialists in Prescott

Percocet is a prescription painkiller that combines acetaminophen and oxycodone, which is a semisynthetic opioid. It is prescribed to treat moderate to severe pain such as that from serious injury, cancer, or surgery. It does not take long for the body to adapt to the chemical composition of Percocet and to develop a tolerance, thus requiring more and more of the substance for the same effects. The substance works in the brain’s pain control receptors as a replacement or supplement to the normal pain-relief chemicals in the brain, which increases the need for it once addiction sets in.

The drug rehabilitation professionals at The PAC Program can help you to find relief from prescription pill addiction like Percocet addiction and teach you ways to manage your pain safely. Our program is specifically developed for young men in Arizona who need alternative ways to handle the stresses and pain in life, and it aims to bring each patient’s strengths to light through adventure and activity.

Symptoms of Addiction

Percocet addiction and abuse have a quick onset, like most opioids, and are marked by obvious signs of withdrawal even within the addiction. If you or a loved one is trying to cut back or stop Percocet, but cannot, this may be a sign of abuse. Additionally, taking more Percocet than is advised or in a shorter time, exhibiting social withdrawal, or trying to borrow or steal Percocet are all signs of addiction.

The physical signs of addiction include:

  • Constipation
  • Exhaustion
  • Motor skill and coordination difficulties
  • Slurred speech
  • Problems balancing
  • Weight loss
  • Shallow breathing
  • Slowed heart rate
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Muscle pain or bone pain

The mental and emotional symptoms of addiction or abuse present as:

  • Agitation or aggression
  • Mood swings
  • Lack of focus
  • Memory problems
  • Poor decision-making
  • Poor concentration
  • Confusion

If you or a loved one needs help, please call us at
623-523-4748 and our team at Blueprints For Recovery in Arizona will help.