Methadone Clinics in Norwich, Connecticut

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Norwich, Connecticut is a city in New London Sound County. It had a population of 38,768 in 2019, which was reduced from the population of 40,493 recorded in the 2010 U.S. Census. The methadone clinics in Connecticut that are so desperately necessary in other parts of the state are likewise necessary here. Any citizen confronting the pain of opioid addiction, whether it be their own addiction or the addiction of someone they love, should search for a methadone clinic Norwich CT right away. Opioid addiction is a disease that alters both the chemistry and structure of the brain, so that when a person quits taking opioids, dopamine levels plummet. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter associated with a range of functions, including motivation, pleasure, movement, and learning. Methadone prevents that severe drop in dopamine levels. This allows a person in recovery to function normally without feeling high, and quite often, feeling more stable, and more themselves, than they have in a long while.

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