Methadone Clinics in St. Augustine, Florida

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St. Augustine, Florida, founded in 1565 by Spanish conqueror Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, is the oldest European-established continuously inhabited settlement within the contiguous United States. The city’s beautiful old architecture attracts tourists year-round, but St. Augustine is still vulnerable to the crisis that has necessitated so many methadone clinics in Florida. For the best chance of a full, lasting recovery, anyone needing opioid addiction treatment should turn to a methadone clinic in St Augustine FL. Contrary to a common misapprehension, methadone does not get patients high. In fact, methadone actually blocks the high caused by ingesting alcohol and other opioid drugs. Methadone also addresses the dopamine system damage caused by chronic opioid use, preventing the devastating withdrawal symptoms and intense cravings that would otherwise be caused by plummeting dopamine levels after the patient quits. With systems functioning normally thanks to methadone, patients are able to attend to other key aspects of addiction recovery, such as working through trauma, healing wounded relationships, treating mental health issues, identifying drug use triggers and learning how to avoid or cope with them, and making practical plans for a life that supports recovery for the long-term.

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