Methadone Clinics in Erie, Pennsylvania

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On the south shore of Lake Erie, the city of Erie, Pennsylvania is the seat of Erie County and has a population of 95,508. Anyone dealing with an addiction to heroin, oxycodone, or any other opioid drug should get treatment from one of the methadone clinics in Pennsylvania. Opioid addiction recovery treatment is available at a nearby Erie methadone clinic. Addiction is a progressive disease, and the longer a person takes opioids, the higher their tolerance becomes. Eventually a person will take a dose of opioids that is too high for their bodily systems to be able to handle, so that person faces hospitalization and even death. Most often, a heart irregularity or severe respiratory depression is the cause, although there are other possibilities as well, particularly for individuals with other medical issues. Fatal overdose is an increasing risk as synthetic opioids like fentanyl become cheaper and more widely available. Fentanyl is fifty times stronger than heroin, and dealers often try to increase their profits by creating counterfeit drugs using fentanyl. As it is impossible to evenly distribute this drug outside of a laboratory, one dose may be fine while the next could be fatal for any user.

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