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ReVia Detox and Withdrawal

ReVia is the brand name for the generic drug naltrexone. Doctors use this medication when treating people who are addicted to alcohol or illegal drugs. When a user stops taking illegal drugs or alcohol, the person might exhibit some withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms usually begin within a few days after the person last takes the substance, and the symptoms can continue for several weeks. Naltrexone treats the cravings associated with a specific substance.
“When a user stops taking illegal drugs or alcohol, the person might exhibit some withdrawal symptoms.”
When you drink alcohol or take drugs on a regular basis, your body adjusts to the new balance in your system. As your tolerance for the substance increases, you must take larger amounts if you want to feel any effects from the substance. When a user abruptly stops using that medication, his or her body reacts to this new balance.

Conquering Cravings

If you or someone you care about suffers from an addiction to a prescription medication, you need ReVia detox centers in your area. When you contact us at , we can help match you with a treatment center. This treatment center can help the person get through the withdrawal process, and the ReVia withdrawal treatment facility also helps the person conquer any cravings that he or she has.

A craving is a psychological or physical need for a specific substance. If you stop using an illegal drug, your doctor might prescribe ReVia because it helps you get through your cravings. Doctors often use this medication when treating patients addicted to opioids. When taken as directed, ReVia reduces the number of cravings that you may have for the opioid.


“Doctors often use this medication when treating patients addicted to opioids.”
As a user weans himself or herself off a specific drug, he or she might find herself addicted to ReVia. This problem occurs because the addict becomes addicted to the new substance. For example, the user might feel that he or she cannot stop taking the medication because the cravings will return. The addict might also continue the medication because the user thinks that he or she needs the medication to get through the day.

Symptoms of ReVia Addiction

Before you contact a ReVia detox center, you can look for signs of addiction in a user. According to the Mayo Clinic, some of the top symptoms of drug addiction might include:

  • Changes in appearance
  • Frequently thinking about ReVia
  • Personality changes
  • Changes in behavior
  • Reckless behavior
  • Hiding drugs around the house

Overdose Possibility

drug overdoseIt is possible for a user to experience a ReVia overdose. If you notice that the person taking the medication seems sluggish or unresponsive, this might indicate an overdose. An overdose occurs when the user takes a large amount of the medication. A user might suffer an accidental overdose because he or she forgets how many pills the person took. If you suspect that someone had an overdose because of the ReVia, call for emergency help.

Treating the Problem

A ReVia detox center is a simple way to help someone with an addiction to this medication. ReVia detox programs assist the individual by weaning the person off the medication. The workers at the facility help patients get through the withdrawal stages when they do not have access to the drugs. You need a center that offers a program for ReVia addicts. This program should keep the patients away from others who might take the same medication for an opioid addiction.

Need More Help?

Whether you have an addiction or you worry about someone in your life, you may need help finding the best ReVia withdrawal treatment facilities. Our treatment coordinators can help you find a rehab center that offers the help and support you need. If you need a ReVia detox center, call us at . We want to make the process of finding a good rehab center as easy as possible.


  • Manufacturers also sell naltrexone under the brand name Depade.
  • According to the Foundation for a Drug-Free World, more than 2 million Americans abused prescription medications in 2006, and this figure includes those who abused the drug Revia.

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