What is opiates addictions? Opioids are a class of drugs that include the illegal drug heroin, synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, and pain relievers available legally by prescription, such as oxycodone (OxyContin®), hydrocodone (Vicodin®), codeine, morphine, and many others.
What is an Opiate Intervention? An intervention is an unconditionally loving, non-judgmental, and factual confrontation directed by a professional interventionist in which friends and relatives perform a great act of love!
What is the definition of Heroin Addiction? A strongly physiologically addictive narcotic that is highly addictive analgesic drug derived from morphine, often used illicitly as a narcotic producing euphoria.
What are some of the signs and behavioral symptoms of the drug Heroin addiction?
- Chemical change in the pleasure center of the brain that produces relation
- History of drug abuse/using other drugs to deal with heroin addiction
- Intervene use/needle track marks on arms and other parts of the body
- Hospital visits to deal with infections/abscesses at injection sites of the body
- Weight loss/medical illness /running nose/vomiting
- Increased in lying to family & friends
- Criminal activities, drug user friends
- Not using eye contact, deceptive behaviors
- Sleeping all day/awake at night
- Loss of motivation/and hostile behaviors towards loved ones
- Lying and stealing money from family and friends
- Lying about the amount of drugs taken
- Getting kick out of school for poor attendance
- Losing jobs, and unable to pay bills
Becoming increasing angry towards loved ones Heroin Withdrawal symptoms may include:
- Dizziness/light headed
- Chills/vomiting/fever Cramping/cold sweats
- Unable to eat/nausea
- Seizures/body movements
- Constipation or diarrhea
- Muscle and body aches/kicking and twitching
Opiate Addiction Interventions Treatment;
If you are a family member that is struggling with your loved one’s Opiate addiction and do not know what to do, CanAm Interventions specializes in dealing and helping families with Opiate Addiction Interventions”.
- It is important or you as family member to understand that you are dealing with a deadly addiction and you cannot rationalize or talked your loved one in to stop using heroin.
- We advised you to seek professional help today from an intervention counselor that specializes in getting help for your addicted loved one.
- Opiate/heroin is an addictive drug, the only way for your loved one to stop using heroin is to access treatment, to have medical and therapeutic trained staff available, to navigate support services and help manage the withdrawal symptoms.
It is also very important that your loved one access treatment for “heroin addiction”.