Asheville Fentanyl Rehab Center
Fentanyl is Strong But You are Stronger
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is notorious for its extreme concentration and dangers, even in small doses. Please know that fentanyl can cause a fatal overdose in a dosage size of just 2 milligrams. If you are using fentanyl or other narcotics that could be laced with fentanyl, then it is critical that you stop its use and fight the addiction as soon as possible. You are risking your health and wellbeing with every single dose or hit.
Carolina Recovery Solutions is proud to offer the people of Asheville a safe, judgment-free space to fight fentanyl addiction. We offer proven solutions to overcome addiction in all its forms and stages. Whether you are just beginning to feel addicted to fentanyl or have a severe problem with it, we can help you with fully customized programs that fit your unique needs.
What Does Fentanyl Addiction Look Like?
Opioids like fentanyl target the locus ceruleus in the brainstem to lower your bodily reactions and overall awareness. This numbness sensation can fully take over a person while they are under the effects of fentanyl, placing them in a dulled, absentminded-like state. This general unawareness makes it difficult to realize that fentanyl use has become an addiction.
Early signs of fentanyl addiction can include:
- Uncharacteristic anxiety attacks
- Onset or worsening depression
- Chronic fatigue or malaise
- Constant urges to take more fentanyl
- Inability to feel happy while sober
- Using more and more money on the drug
Fentanyl Overdose Signs
Call 911 immediately if someone is potentially overdosing on fentanyl. Overdose symptoms do not always include unconsciousness. People can remain fully conscious while suffering potentially fatal symptoms of an overdose.
Fentanyl overdose symptoms include:
- Slow or weak pulse
- Blue lips and nails
- Drooping head and neck
- Sharply contracted pupils
- Dizziness and nausea
- Confusion or sudden memory loss
How We Can Help Fight Your Addiction
Carolina Recovery Solutions in Asheville has a wide variety of treatment options for the people who come to us with fentanyl addictions. You can use our partial hospitalization program, intensive outpatient program, medication-assisted treatment option, and more. To make sure you are given a fair and strong chance of gaining and maintaining sobriety, we insist on customizing your treatment plan exactly to what you want and need. The cookie-cutter approach is just not as effective, so we do not use it. We really want to make sure you feel safe and at home while you are in our care.
Please call us at (828) 383-8328. Let’s fight fentanyl addiction now!