Methadone Clinics in Salisbury, North Carolina

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Salisbury is a city in North Carolina. It has attracted a growing population, which was 33,663 in the 2010 Census – 27.8 percent greater than 2000. With this significant increase in population, the city slowly became home to many people experiencing opioid use disorder. Such people may find medical help in any methadone clinic Salisbury NC. Methadone has been used for more than fifty years for the treatment of opioid consumption. It heals the physical pains of opioid withdrawal symptoms that can often be severe. On top of that, it is so helpful that it made the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. However, this medication can have some serious side effects. It should only be taken under the supervision of a healthcare practitioner at the clinic. One dose of methadone could last up to 36 hours. The medication-assisted practitioner prescribes the right dose for the situation. Doses are tailored for individuals and they should not be shared in any case. Methadone if often combined with counseling and psychological therapies. Most methadone clinics in North Carolina find this easy because they offer social services. There is no fixed duration for methadone treatment but often, it does not end in less than twelve months.

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