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- Coleman InstituteDetox CenterRichmond, VADetails
- Hazelden FoundationRehab Treatment CenterMinneapolis, MNDetails
- Tarzana Treatment CenterOutpatient CareLong Beach, CADetails
- Pat Moore FoundationRehab Treatment CenterCosta Mesa, CADetails
- Pavillon InternationalRehab Treatment CenterMill Spring, NCDetails
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Has your morphine addiction taken over your life? You don't have to struggle to deal with the addiction alone, when you can pick up the phone and ask for help. The morphine addiction treatment centers listed in our directory are waiting to hear from you. The workers at the treatment centers are knowledgeable and understand the side effects of using this drug, which include visual distortions, dry mouth, faintness, confusion, nausea, and constipation.
What is Morphine?
Morphine is a medication that is prescribed to relieve severe pain due to heart attack, traumatic injuries, cancer, or kidney stones. It is also given to patients recovering from surgery. Morphine is also known as "cube," "Mary," Morph," "Miss Emma," and "mojo." It can be taken by mouth injected, or inhaled, a practice known as "chasing the dragon." To learn more, view our pictures of morphine in the gallery.
Causes of Morphine Addiction
A physical addiction to "cube" can happen very quickly. The person who is using "Mary" can become psychologically addicted to the drug as well. The person who uses "Morph" recreationally feels a sense of euphoria, followed by a period of drowsiness. A person may start using because they want to experience the pleasurable sensations that using the drug gives them or as a way to deal with negative situations in their lives. The physical dependency this drug creates means that the user must continue consuming it to avoid having physical withdrawal symptoms.
Ready to Find a Morphine Rehab Clinic?
When you contact a morphine clinic for help, workers there will ask you some questions to assess your condition. The first step in getting help is to go through a detoxification program to eliminate the "Morph" from your body. The psychological dependence on "Miss Emma" is harder to beat, and may be an issue the addict has to cope with for life.
A Few Good Reasons to Stop Using Morphine
- Using "Mary" can suppress the cough reflex.
- Drinking alcohol while using morphine can be fatal.
- Using morphine during pregnancy may be harmful to the fetus. Babies born to mothers who use the drug may need to be treated for withdrawal shortly after being born.