Methadone Clinics in Tyler, Texas

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Tyler, the largest city in Northeast Texas, is the county seat of Smith County. As of 2019, it had a population estimated at 106,985, making the thirty-eighth most populous city in the state of Texas. It is named for the tenth president of the U.S, John Tyler. It has an area of 140.8 km² which is too much to consider it a small city in Texas. Opioid use disorder has recently become a big problem. Inhabitants of this city experiencing opioid addiction may walk into any methadone clinic Tyler Tx to get medical attention. Methadone is a long-lasting medication for opiate addiction. A dose lasts 24-36 hours. Since opioid gives euphoria, there is the risk of people craving and getting addicted to it. Methadone corrects that. It reduces craving and blocks its effects in the body. Methadone is safe. It is one of the three drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of opioid use disorder. However, self-medication is not allowed. Methadone is taken according to the prescription of a medication-assisted treatment specialist. Usually, it is combined with counseling and psychosocial support. Almost all methadone clinics in Texas can offer this because they offer some social services.

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