Methadone Clinics in Porterville, California

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In the San Joaquin Valley in Tulare County, Porterville, California is a city with a population of 59,599. Porterville is considered a gateway to Kings Canyon National Park, Giant Sequoia National Monument, and Sequoia National Forest. Even with such amazing natural beauty to enjoy, people here are plagued by the same issues that make methadone clinics in California so necessary. If you or anyone you care about is addicted to opioids like heroin or prescription painkillers, they do not have to suffer alone. Help is nearby at a methadone clinic Porterville. Opioids attach to opioid receptors in the brain, signalling the release of unnatural amounts of dopamine. When opioids are chronically abused, the brain adapts, shutting down some receptors and reducing the overall amount of dopamine produced. As a result, when the individual attempts to quit opioids, dopamine levels plummet, causing physical pain, exhaustion, depression, vomiting, and other unpleasant symptoms. Methadone can prevent these symptoms by keeping dopamine levels stable without the intoxicating high. The medication also relieves intense drug cravings. In this way, patients can focus on healing the other aspects of their addiction as they make life changes that support recovery.

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