Methadone Clinics in Birmingham, Alabama

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Birmingham, the most populous city in Alabama, can be found in the north-central region of the state. Birmingham, the county seat of Jefferson County, had a population estimated at 209,403 as of 2019. With a total area of 383.9 km² of which 1.17% is water, Alabama has enough space for its population. With its high population, it is possible that Birmingham is home to some people suffering from opioid dependency. To such people, a visit to any Birmingham methadone clinic could be very helpful. Reliance on opioids, whether psychological or physical, does not come without some bad results. The bigger problem, however, is that people experiencing it are usually helpless when the uncontrollable craving starts. Methadone is an effective opioid agonist that can reduce the symptoms of opioid withdrawal. Methadone is safe because it is approved by the Food and Drug Administration. However, it must be taken under the supervision of an expert to handle the side effects. Methadone is not only what is taken to combat opioid addiction. Methadone clinics in Alabama, like other places in the U.S., combine the medication with behavioral therapies to achieve results. There is no recommendation on the maximum duration of methadone maintenance because full recovery is the goal. Maintenance may continue indefinitely.

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ARK Behavioral Health

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