Oxycodone misuse has short-term and long-term impacts on physical and mental health. Addiction care is necessary to avoid these unpleasant and fully avoidable side effects and ultimately achieve long-term sobriety.
Oxycodone's short-term effects include euphoria, relaxation, and sedation. An overdose occurs when these side effects advance, slowing breathing and heart rate to dangerous levels. Other significant side effects include:
Dry mouth and sweating
Nausea and vomiting
Low blood pressure
Loss of appetite
Irregular breathing pattern
The risk of lethal overdose always needs to be kept in mind - but both careful users and people who recreationally abuse oxycodone need to be aware of the other dangerous side effects. These include:
Depression and anxiety
Loss of libido
Aches and cramps
Swelling in limbs
Your care at Vita Recovery's luxury facility will be based on a personalized recovery plan put together after an assessment of your needs. Oxycodone rehab typically includes medically-supervised detox to ease withdrawal symptoms and therapies to help each client understand their substance use disorder.
You may have the option to include family members in therapy sessions as part of your recovery process. Please speak to our team to find out whether you can schedule treatment around your work commitments.
There are, and we inform all our recommendations following assessment. Our Partial Hospitalization Program gives you the intensity of inpatient rehab without residential drawbacks. Outpatient care at Vita includes individual and group therapies and weekly access to psychiatric services.
You may receive treatment virtually throughout Florida or at our Miami facility on our highly customized concierge 3A Program.
We ensure that recovery plans are customized to each client's needs, which can mean adjusting the duration of treatment. Recovery looks different for everyone, and some clients need more time.
That said, PHP at Vita Recovery is typically 30 days long, and the IOP is four to six weeks.
In most cases, pregnant women can receive treatment, including informed medication-assisted treatment, without incurring additional risk - and we also offer a range of therapies for clients who need symptom management without medication. Our outpatient treatment programs can and are tailored to suit the needs of anyone who joins us.
Vita Recovery accepts most major health insurance for addiction treatment. Visit our website to check which insurance we accept, give us a call for more information and advice, or contact your provider to learn about the coverage offered by your insurance plan.
You may be able to pay for substance use disorder treatment through your insurance plan - most plans at least partially cover care for this condition. We also accept payments from individuals. To find out more about payment options and how to make payments, please contact Vita Recovery at (786) 559-0623.
Vita Recovery offers three programs of outpatient treatment to help clients to achieve lasting sobriety from oxycodone, with incredible success. Our Partial Hospitalization Program provides the structure of inpatient treatment while still allowing you to sleep at home.
Medication-assisted treatment helps the individual stop taking the misused substance and ease withdrawal symptoms. FDA-approved medications are available specifically for opioid addiction, reducing cravings and blocking opioid effects, making detox and maintenance much easier and more comfortable for our clients.
Medications such as buprenorphine, methadone, or naltrexone may help the individual stop taking oxycodone. These medications are administered and monitored carefully by our medical team. The client may also benefit from access to therapy, counseling, and our recovery community during detox.
Oxycodone is a semi-synthetic opioid used as a treatment for severe pain. This drug is chemically similar to heroin and has a high potential for substance abuse.