Fentanyl patch detox can be difficult because the drug falls into the opiate category, causing both long term mental and physical addiction
What’s the problem?
Fentanyl addiction is a serious problem in the United States, and tends to occur rapidly in unsuspecting individuals who have been prescribed fentanyl for legitimate pain purposes. The addiction creeps up quickly and once a person has an addiction to fentanyl, chances are it’s too late to find an easy solution to get off the drug.
Traditional drug rehab treatments for fentanyl addiction typically have less than a 10% success rate after the first year due to fentanyl’s powerful, physically addictive properties. An advanced rapid drug treatment method of fentanyl detox is Accelerated Neuro-Regulation (ANR), which currently provides the highest success rate in the field of opiate dependency. ANR treats fentanyl addiction as a physical disease that can be overcome with advanced medical techniques.
During fentanyl detox using ANR, the body’s opiate receptors are cleansed of opiates while the patient is anesthetized and asleep. The goal is to rid the body of physical addiction: the patient literally sleeps through the physical withdrawal. ANR eliminates the cravings that often accompany traditional opiate detox treatments.