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Soma Treatment, Soma Addiction Treatment Soma (generic name Carisoprodol) is a prescription muscle relaxant that is used to treat musculoskeletal pain and muscle spasms. It is generally used in conjunction with physical therapy to treat injuries and other painful musculoskeletal conditions. When taken in dosages exceeding those recommended by physicians, Soma usually causes drowsiness, giddiness, and relaxation; because of its sedative effects and potential for abuse, Soma is a Schedule IV drug in the United States and has been pulled off the market throughout parts of the EU and Scandinavia.

Soma acts directly on the central nervous system (CNS) by blocking pain sensations between the nerves and the brain. People who have sustained physical injury or trauma may have initially been prescribed Soma and then become dependent on its pain-killing effects even after the injury has healed. Soma is often combined with other drugs or alcohol to enhance the effect. Because it can be habit-forming, it should only be used as prescribed and never transferred to another person.

Like other prescription drugs, the abuse of Soma is associated with tolerance, dependence and addiction. The signs and symptoms have no fundamental difference from those that can be found accompanying the abuse of other prescription medications with tranquilizer or sedative effects such as Valium® or Xanax® and may also include the following:

• Disobeying the prescription orders as written by the doctor. This might mean taking pills for reasons not prescribed (for sleep, for relaxation, to get high etc) or taking them more frequently than the prescription dictates, causing them to run out sooner than expected. In these events, the patient should consult his prescribing doctor

• Aggressive drug-seeking behavior like doctor-shopping, going from one doctor to another complaining of whatever malady one thinks will earn them Soma from a physician.

• Frequent periods of illness and irritability. Soma dependence and withdrawal can make a person ill for a day or two until they can find more, which restores them to seeming normalcy until they run out again.

Soma is typically abused and ingested orally. Many abusers take it in combination with other drugs to enhance the effects of those drugs. Alcohol, codeine, diazepam, heroin, hydrocodone (especially Vicodin®), meprobamate, and propoxyphene commonly are abused in combination with Soma. Abusers who combine Soma with Vicodin claim that this combination produces effects similar to those of heroin.

Individuals of all ages abuse Soma. Data reported in the recent National Survey on Drug Use and Health indicate that 2,276,000 U.S. residents aged 12 and older used Soma non-medically at least once in their lifetime. Law enforcement officers indicate that large concentrations of youths living in Arizona and California often obtain carisoprodol at pharmacies in Mexico. Carisoprodol is sold in Mexico under the brand name Somacid. Prescriptions for Soma and Somacid can be purchased from some doctors and pharmacists in Mexico.

Over the past few years SouthCoast Recovery has been on the forefront of treating Soma abuse more then ever before. Over this past year alone, clients that come to SCR for Soma Addiction treatment have also been found to have abuse issues with other drugs such as alcohol, marijuana, amphetamines, or narcotic drugs. SouthCoast’s program helps all addicts that are dealing with addiction, but young people are the biggest population that we are treating in the past years. Finding a place that will approach a young person’s outlook on life, as an addict is something that we do not take lightly. It is important for families looking for help with Soma Addiction to look at various rehabilitation solutions and make sure that a Soma specific program is available.

As with any new experience in life, the decision to enter treatment can be frightening. There are thousands of treatment centers available across the nation and many offer similar treatment modalities. The difference is that at SouthCoast the level and quality of care offered by our staff is the best in the nation. Most of our staff members have made the journey to treatment themselves and are uniquely qualified to identify with those who are just beginning on the path to recovery. We truly care and are committed to providing a safe, nurturing environment that encourages one-on-one communication and a 24/7 open door policy. SouthCoast Recovery, It's About LIving!

Soma is generally safe when prescribed by a physician and used as directed. However, individuals who abuse Soma often develop psychological addictions to the drug. Common side effects of Soma abuse include:

• blurred vision
• dizziness
• drowsiness
• loss of coordination
• chills
• depression
• racing heartbeat
• tightness in chest
• vomiting
• unusual weakness

Signs that an overdose has occurred include difficulty in breathing, shock, and coma. A Soma overdose may result in death.

Withdrawal symptoms from Soma addiction generally abate within a few days of onset, but they can be severe including headache, nausea, sleeplessness, stomach pain and even seizures, because of the severity of these symptoms, almost all individuals dependent on Soma return to its use or turn to other prescription narcotics for relief. If you think you might be dependent on Soma, talk to your doctor before abruptly ceasing the medication in order to avoid potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms.

The post-acute withdrawal symptoms of Soma include craving the drug, heightened sensitivity to stress, memory difficulties, lack of emotion, the inability to think clearly and problems with physical co-ordination. These can withdrawal symptoms last for weeks or months after cessation of Soma use. It is advised that a Soma addict remain under the care of a specialized program until these post-acute symptoms have completely passed, as relapse is likely to occur otherwise.

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Soma Treatment, Soma Addiction Treatment At SouthCoast Recovery's Soma Treatment Center, we understand the pain and suffering that can make it tough to get clean from Soma. Soma addicts often have many serious physical and psychological problems that can be dangerous to themselves or others if not properly cared for. Our knowledgeable staff can help Soma abusers overcome their unique challenges in a safe, structured environment.

Soma Treatment Services/Options:


• Intervention services

• Physical health evaluation

• Medically-supervised, social model and holistic detox options

• Medication to help with cravings, pain and sleep

• Continued physical care throughout recovery

• Psychological evaluation for dual diagnosis of problems such as depression and anxiety, which may be underlying causes of abuse

• Individual psychological treatment

• Individual counseling

• Family counseling

• Hypnotherapy

• Soma abuse education

• Health and wellness education

• Denial management

• Relapse prevention

• Anger management

• Acupuncture for pain management, stress reduction and decreased cravings

• Detoxification massage therapy

• Meditation for stress reduction, a calmer mind, reduced cravings and clarity

• Fitness sessions at gym (24-Hour Fitness)

• Integration of 12-step principles and Narcotics Anonymous meetings

• Structure, guidance and practice for long-term sobriety

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Getting clean takes courage, guidance, and structure. SouthCoast Recovery's Soma Treatment Center offers intervention, detox, medication and treatment to conquer Soma addiction. Our world-class clinical staff offers daily individual attention to get to the heart of the problem, deal with the wreckage and build the framework for a new, sobriety-based life.

We offer affordable, effective rehabilitation on the cutting-edge. Soma addiction requires extended care. We offer 30, 60 and 90-day Soma Treatment programs tailored to the individual’s needs. We blend clinical and holistic Soma Treatment methods to renew mind, body and spirit while restoring relationships, goals and purpose. This prepares our clients for long-term sobriety, allowing our Soma addiction treatment program to excel where others fail.

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FAQ About Soma


 

Q) What is Soma?

A) Soma (Carisoprodol) is a centrally-acting skeletal muscle relaxant whose active metabolite is meprobamate. Although several case reports have shown that carisoprodol has abuse potential, it continues to be widely prescribed in North America.


Q) How is Soma used?

A) Taken orally in pill form, chewed, or crushed.


Q) What are the effects of Soma?

A)

* drowsiness
* dizziness
* clumsiness
* headache
* fast heart rate
* upset stomach
* vomiting
* skin rash

If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately:

* difficulty breathing
* fever
* weakness
* burning in the eyes

Q) What are the withdrawal symptoms of Soma abuse?

A)

  • restlessness
  • muscle pain
  • bone pain
  • insomnia
  • diarrhea
  • vomiting
  • cold flashes
  • goose bumps
  • involuntary leg movements
  • watery eyes
  • runny nose
  • loss of appetite
  • irritability
  • panic
  • nausea
  • chills
  • sweating

Q) Are there drugs that interact with Soma?

A)

All over-the-counter and prescription medication you may take including: sedatives, tranquilizers, sleeping pills, narcotic pain relievers, medication for depression, certain antihistamines (e.g., diphenhydramine). Many cough-and-cold products contain antihistamines which can cause drowsiness.
 




 

 
 
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