Methadone Clinics in Reidsville, North Carolina

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Reidsville is a city in Rockingham County, in the U.S. state of North Carolina. At the 2010 census, the city had a total population estimated at 14,520. Local residents seeking a methadone clinic in Reidsville can be completely certain that the treatment provided at any of the methadone clinics in North Carolina can be the best decision they will ever make. Methadone is a prescription approved by the Food and Drug Administration and that must be taken on a daily basis solely under medical supervision. It usually comes in the form of a diskette, liquid, or powder. Methadone can be very dangerous when misused and should never be shared between patients. However, when taken exactly as prescribed, it can be life-saving. On methadone therapy, patients recovering from opioid addiction are able to break from the excessive drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms, so that they can feel more like themselves and function normally on a daily basis. This enables them to take care of some necessary aspects of addiction recovery, such as dealing with severe cravings, stepping away from drug use, and learning new ways to respond to stress and triggers.

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