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Holistic Fentanyl Addiction Treatment Center

What once was an anesthetic to remedy intense pain has ravaged the United States. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that’s left numerous people addicted. The U.S. fentanyl crisis continues unabated, contributing to over 70,000 drug overdose deaths in 2021.

If you find yourself battling fentanyl addiction, there is hope. The Sanctuary at Sedona is a holistic addiction treatment center in the serene red rock hills of Arizona. During your stay in our fentanyl rehabilitation program, you’ll learn how to break addiction’s physical, emotional and spiritual ties.

The Sanctuary at Sedona founder Dean Taraborelli discusses our holistic drug addiction program.

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Table of Contents:

What is Fentanyl Addiction? | Signs and Symptoms of Fentanyl Addiction | How to Overcome Fentanyl Addiction | Holistic Approach to Fentanyl Addiction

What Is Fentanyl Addiction? 

Fentanyl is a menacing drug when used illicitly. While some people knowingly consume it, others use it unintentionally. The drug is sometimes ground into powder and sold as cocaine or mixed with other drugs, such as heroin, pills or meth, to enhance their effects. 

Fentanyl is 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine. Even a small amount can increase a person’s risk of overdose. 

Like other opioids, fentanyl has a high potential for misuse and addiction, even when prescribed. This drug releases dopamine, giving users a euphoric feeling. Over time, taking a little may no longer provide the intense high you’re looking for, so you take more. At this point, the trap of fentanyl addiction has ahold of you, creating emotional, physical and mental dependence.

Signs and Symptoms of Fentanyl Addiction

How do you know if you’re addicted to fentanyl? You may feel you can quit any time, but there are some signs to watch. Ask yourself these questions:

  • Have you withdrawn from friends and family to hide your fentanyl use?
  • Do you neglect work, school or hobbies for drug use?
  • Have you experienced financial hardship due to fentanyl use, such as unpaid bills or job loss?
  • Is it difficult to care for your pets or children?
  • Do you obsessively think about the drug?
  • Have you engaged in any dangerous or criminal actions to obtain more fentanyl?
  • Is your mental health suffering?

Fentanyl Withdrawal Symptoms

Another way to tell if you’re addicted to fentanyl is by attempting to quit. If you’re dependent, your body will let you know with severe withdrawal symptoms, including:

  • Cravings.
  • Sweating.
  • Goosebumps
  • Weakness.
  • Restlessness.
  • A runny nose.
  • Sleep troubles.
  • Stomach issues.
  • Muscle, bone and joint pain.
  • Mood shifts.

How to Overcome Fentanyl Addiction 

Don’t let yourself become a statistic in the ongoing fentanyl crisis. While you may feel confused or helpless, your first step is admitting you need help. Addiction is not your identity — while you may have used fentanyl to fill an internal void, you can overcome. 

At The Sanctuary, we understand a root problem causes every addiction. Shedding light on the darkness leaves room for profound, transformative change. 

Holistic Approach to Fentanyl Addiction

At The Sanctuary, we engage our clients with a holistic approach to fentanyl addiction. We address addiction’s physical symptoms and empower you to reclaim your life and take steps toward optimal healing. 

Holistic treatment blends research-based addiction medicine techniques with the spiritual wisdom of Indigenous traditions for a unique transformational experience. True and lasting recovery is only possible when you heal the body, repair the brain and recover the soul. 

Start Your Recovery Journey

Begin rewriting your story today. Fentanyl addiction may feel like the final chapter, but help is here. The Sanctuary offers compassionate counseling, medical care and individualized holistic services to help you find freedom. 

Don’t let fentanyl addiction control your life any longer. Take the courageous step towards a brighter future. Call us at (866) 750-0763 to speak with a caring professional ready to assist you on your path to recovery. Our fentanyl rehab is here to guide you towards recovery and provide the tools and support you need to break from free this dangerous substance.

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