For those that have found themselves in the grips of a Tramadol addiction, it is often the case that it started out as a short-term and well-intended method to conquer pain. However, due to its addictive nature, this synthetic opioid pain medication can cause dependence that becomes difficult to overcome without the right support and a proper detox programme.
Have you found that you are increasing your daily dose of Tramadol following its initial prescription? Are you experiencing issues relating to family, work or your personal commitments?
At The Dawn Thailand drug rehab, we not only provide psychotherapy to explore the root cause of your addiction but also therapeutic treatments, which form part of a programme that ensures successful sobriety.
Comfortable and private room in a beautiful riverside facility with full-service amenities at your fingertips.
We incorporate a wide range of holistic approaches to help our clients develop mental strength and improve overall health.
Taking Tramadol beyond the point of its prescribed use and increasing dosage to extend its sometimes euphoric effects is a true sign of a dependence upon the drug.
There are several signs that indicate your intake of Tramadol is becoming more than what it was originally intended for; now a habit that results in some of the following symptoms:
In addition to serious physical health issues, do you also find that since becoming addicted to Tramadol you are neglecting your responsibilities and letting others down? Do you feel a deep sense of depression that you just cannot shake? The mental and physical effects of Tramadol are not to be taken lightly and can cause serious problems not only to you but also to your loved ones.
Long-term abuse of Tramadol can result in serious health issues. Liver and kidney damage, as well as complete liver failure are just a few of the severe effects the drug can have on your physical health. In addition, risk of seizures and convulsions are also possible, which can become life threatening consequences.
Tramadol not only activates opioid receptors in the brain but also blocks neurotransmitters from reabsorption. This results in one of two withdrawal phases:
So what exactly does a detox require in order to be fully effective? Medication is often prescribed to ease what are inevitable withdrawal symptoms that can range from depression to insomnia, whilst medical monitoring provides necessary information on both your physical and mental state to treat your individual needs specifically.
The Dawn provides a peaceful setting alongside professional treatment for those seeking to recover from a Tramadol addiction. Our addiction treatment programme is spread across a 6-week timeframe. In Week 1, you are given the time to stabilise during your detox; an essential part of successful recovery. In Weeks 2-5, focus is paid to your specific addiction needs. Finally, in Week 6, you will explore personal underlying issues that may have contributed to your habit.
A few of the benefits you will receive during and after your treatment include:
At The Dawn, we cap our client admissions to a maximum group size of 25, which ensures personalised attention at all times. This not only provides the highest level of care to each individual but also enables every person to feel part of a family.
The Dawn’s approach to effective addiction treatment combines Western psychological techniques, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) with insightful Eastern teachings, like yoga and meditation.
Addiction usually goes hand-in-hand with mental health issues. Sometimes it can be the root cause of addiction yet at other times, drug dependency creates mental illness, such as anxiety and depression. At The Dawn, our multidisciplinary team treats all types of mental health issues in order to overcome addiction.
The Dawn’s tranquil, riverside environment allows you to completely focus on your recovery where you will be removed from the regular everyday triggers that contribute to your addiction.
We believe in healing the whole person. You will receive intensive psychotherapy, but meditation, relaxation, and recreational activities will all play an important therapeutic role in your treatment. Here’s an example of what a typical day looks like at The Dawn: