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  • Alcohol reduces blood flow to muscles which can lead to muscle aches, most notably the day after an alcohol binge.
  • HIV infected individuals who consume alcohol are more prone to have difficulty remembering and experience problems with coordination and attention.
  • A standard alcoholic drink has around 14 grams of pure alcohol (about 0.6 fluid ounces or 1.2 tablespoons), the amount of alcohol usually found in: one 12-ounce beer, one 4- to 5-ounce glass of wine or one 1.5-ounce shot of 80-proof liquor.
  • Female Opana users sometimes report an interruption in their menstrual cycles.
  • College students may consume alcohol on fewer occasions than their non-collegiate peers, but drink more heavily than nonstudents.
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Detox for Methadone

Methadone detoxification is a process which must be overseen by drug addiction professionals within a drug rehabilitation center who recognize how challenging and difficult methadone detoxification can be. Methadone detox is regarded to be far more serious in terms of symptoms and duration than even heroin detox, and individuals typically revert back to methadone to alleviate withdrawal symptoms or, worse yet, turn to heroin or prescription opioids to relieve symptoms. This is why methadone detox must only be done under strict supervision at a drug rehabilitation center which has experience in handling this type of detoxification, and where the individual can receive further rehabilitation services to handle all addiction issues.

Detox for Methadone category listings in Brandon, South Dakota:

  • Sioux Falls Treatment Center LLC
    8.9 miles from Brandon, South Dakota
    Sioux Falls Treatment Center LLC is a Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program that is located at:

    2519 West 8th Street
    Sioux Falls, SD. 57104
    605-332-3236

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Detoxification, Detox for Methadone, Outpatient Treatment
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket)
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