Treating Soma Addiction

Soma, also known as carisoprodol, is a muscle relaxant in the barbiturate family. Though it has legitimate medical purposes, when used off-label it can have serious effects, and withdrawal can be similar to quitting alcohol for serious alcoholics. Although soma addiction is a serious disorder and can have real health consequences, the West Coast Rehab (West Coast Rehab) has many proven programs available to help you beat soma addiction.

Detoxing from Soma Addiction

Because soma addiction can create serious physical dependence with withdrawal symptoms in serious cases, many clients begin treatment in our medically supervised detox. In this step, all patients are supervised by a medical team who can provide medication and assistance through the detox process to ensure safety and comfort. After detox, clients are put in private rooms and begin a treatment regimen with individual counselors, who they see everyday for one-on-one therapy. Treatment is based in proven science that includes CBT, Motivational Interviewing, mindfulness, relapse prevention, family therapy, and 12-step support. Above all, West Coast Rehab makes sure to keep enough staff on site at all times that each client gets plenty of personal attention.

Saying So Long to Soma Addiction

Soma addiction causes real damage to the body, and can sometimes make it seem like normal life out of reach for good. We’re here at West Coast Rehab to tell you once and for all: that is not true. There is always hope for recovery, especially with the assistance of our professional and caring team. We encourage clients to never give up hope, and remember that everyone at West Coast Rehab will be there every step of the way. It might be hard to take the first step, but picking up the phone now is the best shot at the life you deserve. Call us today, and see if we can help put an end to your soma addiction.