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Cyclobenzaprine Addiction

How Long Island Center for Recovery (LICR) Treats Cyclobenzaprine Addiction

Cyclobenzaprine addiction treatment begins with medically supervised detox. While Cyclobenzaprine, or other muscle relaxants are not classified as a controlled substance the body tends to build up a tolerance to the abuse of this medication. The withdrawal symptoms are not as physically dangerous with Cyclobenzaprine, but clients may still exhibit nausea, headache, and a general sense of feeling unwell (malaise). For these reasons, clients seeking cyclobenzaprine addiction treatment should be monitored as they detox in a safe environment. With the potential for withdrawal symptoms in mind, detox for Cyclobenzaprine addiction treatment would typically be monitored from 1-3days.

Most Common Cyclobenzaprine

  • Amrix
  • Fexmid
  • Flexeril
  • FusePaq Tabradol

Group sessions are a wonderful support for clients suffering from Cyclobenzaprine addiction, as many root causes for client’s addiction align themselves with other prescription drug abuse and or opioid use. Outside of the group setting, individual sessions focus on techniques and skills to manage the sensations which lead to Cyclobenzaprine use. It’s essential that clients take full advantage of these individual sessions to learn how to identify these precursors to past Cyclobenzaprine use as clients learn to cope without the use of Cyclobenzaprine moving forward.

Additional Recommended Therapies For Cyclobenzaprine Addiction Treatment

Beyond the group and individual sessions, Cyclobenzaprine addiction clients are also recommended to take advantage of the following holistic approaches:

Utilizing these forms of holistic therapy and treatment will help clients begin to control the prior pain and tension they might have felt when they started off using Cyclobenzaprine’s. The full allotment of programs is what increases the success of our clients, relying only on psychoeducation through individual and group therapy sessions can only go so far. These holistic therapies bring peace back to the body and brain, allowing clients to absorb and process the information they’re gaining, specifically following their withdrawal and detoxification period.

Frequently asked questions from clients seeking Cyclobenzaprine treatment at Long Island Center for Recovery (LICR)

Is Cyclobenzaprine an opioid?

Cyclobenzaprine is not opioids and are not classified as a controlled substance. Even though these drugs do not fall into the same harmful and lethal category as opioids, the sensations exhibited by clients, such as reduced pain and quality of life, are similar and, while very rare, it is still possible to overdose on Cyclobenzaprine.

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