Opiate Addiction is on the rise and OpiateCare is here to battle it!


Heroin is a drug that does not discriminate; it does not know the difference between a 12 year old or an 80 year old, it does not know white from black, it does not know male from female and it simply does not care about you. And this why we have buprenorphine addiction treatment, a drug  that helps relax users out of the withdrawal phase that comes after quitting the drug. In fact, buprenorphine doctors are becoming increasingly available in various locations throughout the country which ensures easy availability of treatments for heroin addicts. The crisis is greater than a few people shooting up and overdosing, the problem extends to creation of massive numbers of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C patients due to sharing of used needles. In the USA alone, heroin has reached out to more than 13.5 million addicts.

But since the resurfacing of heroin in the 21st century, we have lost more than a million lives to this drug in the years 2003 to 2013 alone. Buprenorphine treatment has its benefits and is a 100 times better than the earlier preferred drug of choice, ‘Methadone’. Unlike ‘Methadone’ which was as addictive a drug as heroin, ‘Buprenorphine’ has completely different effects on the patient.

Buprenorphine treatment doctors use the drug extensively as it is a part opioid agonist, meaning that it can stimulate the brain into thinking that the user is pushing heroin when in fact, he or she is just administering buprenorphine. But it should also be noticed that like most anti-withdrawal drugs, this drug has a few side-effects too, but they’re never life threatening. So book your appointment with buprenorphine doctors today only at your nearest OpiateCare facility.



Is heroin addiction curable? With OpiateCare, it is indeed


Heroin is one of the most destructive drugs that governments and law enforcement has ever encountered. With effects that make users long for the drug even after years of staying clean is one small example of how this opioid grips the human brains and controls it like a master controls his dog. Heroin officially came into this world from a Bayer, a German pharmaceutical company, who sold the drug as a means to cure cough in children and as one of the most effective painkiller for adults.

Although it grew in popularity within the medical fraternity upon release, the bad effects of heroin started knocked on the doors of authorities and eventually the drug was completely banned from the medicine market for good in the year 1920. Despite being a landmark move, heroin had already gained a fan following of 200,000 people in America, a big number for that time considerding America’s population at that time. Despite years of strict anti-drug laws and efforts to curb the smuggling of heroin, the drug has been one of the most easily procurable chemical on this planet.

But the question arises, is it curable? Here at OpiateCare, our certified heroin treatment doctors believe that any kind of addiction is curable if the person in question puts in the minimum will power to pull through the heroin addiction treatment.

Heroin treatment has come a long way since its introduction in the drug-hazed 1960’s, and today if you are willing to participate in a full cleanse course with Heroin treatment Center in MA, there is quite a high chance of success as the treatment drugs available today are far more milder and a lot more effective than the ones used in the 1960’s to the early 2000’s.


Life is precious, don’t let it go to waste due to Oxycodone


Heroin and cocaine are drugs that can be easily considered to be dysfunctional, but apparently there are legal prescription drugs that can do the same or at time even more damage than illegal street drugs. That being said, there isn’t much being done to curb doctors from prescribing these highly addictive painkillers to patients suffering from severe physical pain stemming from injuries or surgery, but it the fact that these painkillers can turn teetotallers into hardcore heroin addicts is often overlooked.

Oxycodone is one such painkiller that is capable of hooking on to innocent bystanders. The primary work of any painkiller is to numb out all sorts of pain as you might already know, and the best ingredient to nullify pain is Opium, a chemical derived from the poppy plant.  Opium is popularly known as one of the most addictive substances to exist and it’s no surprise that the material is freely used in the production of legal as well as illegal drugs.

This brings us to the side-effects that come along with Percocet abuse.

  • Sickness and vomiting.
  • Constant Dryness in the mouth.
  • Constricted pupils.
  • Massive appetite loss.
  • Slow breathing.
  • Light-headedness.
  • Drowsiness and constant state of sedation.
  • Low blood pressure.
  • Flushed skin and body.
  • Mood swings.

Oxycodone is one of the most effective pain killers for acute joint pains or any other kind of temporary physical drawback. But often more than not, the user keeps using the drug because it “relaxes the body” as addicts put it. But fortunately you can opt for Oxycodone treatment in Massachusetts.

So if you or a family member is battling addiction to Oxycodone or any other addiction for that matter, book an appointment with OpiateCare and get complete information on Oxycodone treatment in Massachusetts today.