Hydrocodone Rapid Detox

Rapid hydrocodone detox

If you are struggling with an addiction to hydrocodone, there is hope. Rapid detox can help you overcome your addiction in just a few days. This safe and effective treatment can help you get your life back on track. Contact us today to learn more about the benefits of a rapid detox for hydrocodone addiction. Don’t wait any longer to get the help you need.

What is Hydrocodone?

According to the Drug Enforcement Agency, hydrocodone is the most frequently prescribed opioid painkiller in the United States. It is an opioid pain medication used to treat mild to moderate pain. It also has antitussive (cough suppressant) properties.

In many preparations (Vicodin, Lortab, Norco, Vicoprofen), hydrocodone is combined with acetaminophen or aspirin. As acetaminophen can be toxic to the liver in high doses, combining it with hydrocodone is a way to improve its analgesic (pain-killing) properties.

Hydrocodone is most commonly available in pill form, although capsules and syrups are also prescribed. Individuals abuse opioids by crushing pills and snorting or injecting their contents.

Hydrocodone Rapid Detox Treatment

Because of hydrocodone’s potency and “pleasant effects,” it is not uncommon for people to crave its continuous use. Using them frequently can lead to physical dependence or even addiction.

The substance is activated by attaching to the opioid receptors, which activate the reward system. Individuals reduce pain and euphoria when the attachment occurs, reinforcing the continued hydrocodone use. Many people abuse hydrocodone-based drugs like Vicodin or Norco, seeking a way to numb their physical or psychological pain.

Painkiller addiction can be dangerous, making it essential to undergo detox in a supervised medical environment. The Waismann Method offers medical detox protocols, including rapid opiate detox, that provide the highest success rates in opioid detoxification and the first step toward a successful addiction treatment process.

During rapid hydrocodone detox, patients are lightly sedated in the ICU of a full-service hospital. Licensed medical professionals administer certain drugs that clear opioid molecules from opioid receptors throughout the brain and body. This accelerates the withdrawal process, allowing the patient to detox under continuous medical supervision. Rapid opioid detox is a safe, effective, and humane option for a Hydrocodone addiction treatment.

One of the advantages of rapid detox is that it is performed in a full-service hospital under constant medical supervision. Unsupervised detox can be highly uncomfortable and rarely successful. Particularly for patients with additional medical issues or high levels of anxiety. Undergoing detox in a supervised medical environment is not much more pleasant but far safer and more effective.

Supportive Recovery Care

After the immediate effects of hydrocodone detox have passed and patients are medically stable, they take advantage of our exclusive recovery center for a few days. At Domus Retreat, clients receive around-the-clock professional care and assistance. Common conditions such as depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders can cause people to feel frustrated and distressed, leading to immediate relapse. When these conditions are immediately assessed, and treatment occurs, the chances of navigating this regulation phase successfully are largely improved.

For many, being opiate-free seems impossible, but reaching sobriety is possible with the proper treatment and support. There Waismann Method of Rapid Detox has helped thousands of people achieve a hydrocodone-free life with compassion, professionalism, and unparalleled success.

If you or someone you love is in danger of hurting themselves with prescription drugs, please call us to chat about hydrocodone detox and what it can do for you or your friend. Talking to us won’t obligate you in any way. We think you deserve to have all the information you need to make an intelligent decision about how and where to overcome a troubling narcotics habit.

Inpatient rehab might work for some, but not for all people. Additionally, in drug rehab, one can expect to check in and stay for several weeks or even months before checking out, not so with rapid hydrocodone detox. We can get you through a rapid detox program and back to your life in a matter of days, not weeks.

Effects of Hydrocodone Use

When taken as prescribed, Vicodin, Lortab, Zohydro, and other related medications can alleviate mild to moderate pain. When abused, they also have the following short-term effects:

  • Sense of well-being or euphoria
  • Numbing
  • Sleepiness or lethargy
  • Lower stress
  • Reduced sense of worry

Signs of Addiction

In preparations that include acetaminophen, taking large amounts of hydrocodone can cause severe damage to the liver. For this reason, recreational users often take other opiates. However, prolonged drug use can lead to higher tolerance, in which the body can handle more and more of the drug without ill effects. New users may also choose to take Zohydro or Hysingla, as these are pure forms of the drug that do not contain acetaminophen.

Signs of Painkiller Addiction Include:

  • Physiological dependence on painkillers. This may include higher tolerance for the drug or the onset of withdrawal symptoms when the drug is no longer available.
  • Chronic and constant drug cravings
  • Taking painkillers more frequently or longer than prescribed
  • Seeking pain pills from friends or family members.
  • Spending a significant amount of time and money obtaining painkillers
  • Discord in familial or other personal relationships because of drug use
  • Problems at work, school, or home because of opiate use
  • Denial that painkillers are causing a problem for you

Hydrocodone Abuse and Side Effects

Hydrocodone is the most widely abused opiate in the United States, according to the Drug Enforcement Agency. Abuse of these painkillers can have numerous serious side effects, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Depressed mood
  • Constipation
  • Drowsiness
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Bowel obstruction
  • Breathing problems
  • Itchiness
  • Muscle weakness

Are you ready to put Hydrocodone addiction behind you? For the most successful rapid opioid detox treatment, call us today!

See how our medically assisted detoxification program combines clinical excellence and a professional, caring environment, so you feel safe and welcome every moment of your stay.

Risks of Overdose

One of the major risks of opioid abuse is an overdose. Opiate overdoses occur when the body receives more of the drug than it can handle. Typically, overdose deaths are caused by breathing that slows so much that it eventually stops. Although an opioid overdose can be reserved if the opioid antagonist Narcan is administered in time, overdoses are often deadly.

Another serious risk of opiate abuse is liver failure. Taking too much Vicodin, Norco, or other acetaminophen preparations can be toxic to the liver. Signs of liver failure include dark urine, yellowed eyes, nausea and vomiting, extreme fatigue, and abdominal pain. Seek medical attention immediately if you develop these symptoms of liver damage.

Hydrocodone Withdrawal Symptoms

Withdrawal symptoms often begin within a few hours of the last dose. They may include:

  • Shaking
  • Muscle pain
  • Joint pain
  • Insomnia
  • Diarrhea
  • Sweating
  • Chills
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Anxiety

Drug Dependence

Hydrocodone dependence often starts with a legitimate prescription for pain management; then, a compulsive need and continuous drug use leads to tolerance and, eventually, an addiction. Some of the most common signs of Hydrocodone addiction include spending lots of time trying to acquire the drug and needing more to get the desired effects.

After developing physical dependence, many users experience withdrawal symptoms when trying to quit. The withdrawal happens because the brain can no longer function “normally” without the substance. Symptoms such as insomnia and nausea become too intense for most people. Also, the fear and shame of the realization of having an addiction can be pretty overwhelming.

A medical hydrocodone detox treatment can ease withdrawal symptoms and minimize the anxiety that keeps many people from getting the help they need.

If you or someone you care about is struggling, contact us to start treatment.


Rapid hydrocodone detox by Waismann Method® is the fastest, most comfortable, and most effective way to get narcotics out of your system. Instead of suffering through the hardship of withdrawal, you’ll slumber peacefully as your body rids itself with narcotics.

You don’t need to go through this process alone. We can help you with the struggles you’re facing. Get in touch with the Waismann team today.