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What is a Percocet High?

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Published: December 16, 2019
There are a lot of reasons that addiction happens. One of the most frequent reasons is the feeling people get from the medications they take. Pain medications, for example, can make people feel “up” and slightly euphoric. A Percocet high, for example, is very common for those who take this medication. Since pain medications are often prescribed for legitimate problems, many people take them. Unfortunately, these medications are addictive and can cause serious problems. When you come to us at Lakeview Health, our caring and compassionate professionals will help you work through breaking your addiction.

A Percocet High Doesn’t Have to Hold You Back

The feeling of happiness from taking medications like Percocet is a fleeting thing, where as recovery has long-term value. You can break away from seeing any value in a Percocet high. Instead, focus on the treatment and recovery that’s going to be valuable for your future. We want to help you do that, so you have the opportunity for a good life you can appreciate. You had goals and dreams, and we want to help you get back to them. Your plans for the future may be on hold, but with treatment options to meet your needs, you can go back to those plans and start enjoying life again. Some of our programs include:

  • Residential treatment
  • Inpatient services
  • IOP
  • Medical detox
  • Aftercare
  • Partial hospitalization

We offer a gender-responsive program where men and women are treated separately, to give you the best chance of overcoming your addiction to a Percocet high or other types of problems. That will move you into a quality recovery you can enjoy, and give you the chance to get back to living your life the way you want and deserve. For many people, Percocet is prescribed for their pain after they’ve experienced a significant physical injury. Those injuries can be the result of trauma, and we understand the value fo giving you trauma-informed care that will protect your mental health and help you see a fuller, stronger recovery.

Choose the Right Care for the Best Results

At Lakeview Health, we want to make sure you’re getting the right care for you. Our programs work for many people because we individualize them. If you need something different when it comes to the kind of treatment we’re providing, let us know. Getting the right kind of help when facing addiction issues can be extremely important to how well you get through treatment and the strength of your recovery. We want to see you succeed. Also, we want to make sure you have the tools you need to get better and stay healthy. The right program will offer that.

Lakeview Health Can Help You Today

With the right level of trauma-informed care and an inclusive program that works with you directly, you have the best chance for a full, lasting recovery. We are better than anyone in the country when it comes to working with people who experienced past trauma, and our dedicated professionals understand that there’s more to the issue than just a Percocet high. We can help you get through that. While also addressing the other issues centered around your addiction. When we work together, we can do amazing things for your recovery.

You don’t have to allow addiction to control your life anymore, or cause you any problems with the plans and goals you had for the future. You can go back to following your dreams, and you can overcome your addiction when you go to a quality drug rehab facility like ours. Contact us at [Direct] today, and let us show you what the path to recovery looks like. We can help you find that path and stay on it for the long term.

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