Kratom Addiction Treatment

While kratom addiction treatment can seem like it’s not needed, a lot of people are actually becoming addicted to this substance. While kratom is often seen as a safer alternative to powerful prescription opioids, you can actually become addicted to it and it’s not easy to stop using kratom on your own. We’ve seen patients use kratom in place of drugs like Suboxone for an at-home opioid replacement therapy. It may work for a little while, but soon you become dependent on taking kratom every day just to function.

The same properties in kratom that make it a potentially effective detox aid also can lead to full-blown addiction and physical dependence. Many drug rehab centers including Long Island Interventions now specialize in providing kratom addiction treatment on the same level as traditional opioid addiction therapy.

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How Addictive is Kratom?

Kratom’s unique chemical properties allow it to bind to opioid receptors just like heroin. While it’s less powerful than heroin and most pharmaceutical opioids, the potential for addiction is there. Kratom is an opioid antagonist, meaning that it has an affinity for the opiate receptors in the brain. Researchers confirmed that Kratom affects the same opioid receptors as strong pharmaceutical narcotics. Now that we’re beginning to better understand the addictive nature of Kratom, we’re able to offer Kratom addiction treatment to those that need it.

As a solution-focused treatment facility, we consider Kratom to be an addictive opioid on the same level as other narcotics. The treatment plan is similar to patients addicted to heroin and prescription pain pills. Kratom addiction treatment includes daily group therapy and individual counseling sessions. We’re big believers in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) as an effective way to treat the underlying causes of Kratom addiction. Our team of addiction specialists works with every patient to change the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are associated with Kratom abuse.

Is Treatment Needed for Kratom Addiction?

It’s important to take a proactive approach to Kratom addiction. If you suspect someone is abusing Kratom, don’t ignore it or be complacent. The detox process includes classic opioid-like withdrawal symptoms and it’s not easy to overcome without support. It’s uncomfortable, painful, and difficult when you’re trying to stop using kratom on your own. Reaching out for help at our Kratom addiction treatment program is the first step in dealing with the problem.

About Long Island Interventions

Whether it’s for yourself or a loved one, our recovery advocates can help you find the appropriate heroin drug rehab for your situation. Many people who develop a substance use disorder find it very difficult to stop using without professional help. If you or someone you know is looking for a detoxdrug rehabintervention, or outpatient drug rehab, our addiction resource center can help.

Long Island Interventions provides an opportunity for those struggling with substance abuse to recover safely. We believe in Long Island drug treatment programs that are solution-focused and evidence-based and our recovery advocates have decades of combined experience.

Reach out for a confidential consultation if you or a loved one need help.

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