Canadian Addiction Rehab in Ontario (Toronto)

What makes Canadian Addiction Rehab stand distinct in the crows is the ability of their staff to understand how it feels to be addicted to Oxycontin. The CEO of the rehab has recovered from a crippling addiction and dependence on fentanyl. The team of doctors, therapists, and counsellors has come to the Canadian Addiction Rehab from the topmost institutions.

Canadian Addiction RehabThe Canadian rehab ( is a non-methadone private clinic that is dedicated to give their patients the best possible treatment and care. The experts guide the patients in the direction of recovery from addiction of drugs and alcohol. The rehab promises its clients to give the best treatment by highly reliable, efficient, and trained staff in order to support them through the life altering and challenging issues that occur as a result of addiction.

Addiction to oxycontin affects the patient as well  others who live with them. At Canadian Addiction Rehab, you will find new hope for life. You can never think of being too late to deal with addiction to make over their life. If you are not aware of the symptoms of oxycontin addiction, but you know that you or your loved one is taking this drug, you can refer to this list of symptoms:

•    The addict of oxycontin feels drowsiness all the while, sometimes the drowsiness makes you nod off involuntarily
•    Sedation
•    Euphoria
•    Itching
•    Light-headedness
•    Vomiting and nausea
•    Constipation
•    Respiratory suppression
•    Low blood pressure
•    Headache
•    Sweating
•    Dry mouth
•    Pupils are constricted, but if overdose of oxycontin is taken, you may see dilated pupils

Death may also occur because of overdose, which causes respiratory suppression, particularly when opiate or oxycontin is blended with some other drugs or alcohol. If the addict is not able to reach their normal oxycontin dose, they begin to undergo symptoms of withdrawal such as restlessness, sweating, agitation, pain in bones and muscles, diarrhoea, depression, insomnia, chills, nausea, and vomiting.

Oxycontin is an abundantly addictive drug, but its addiction starts after a person starts consuming it on the prescription of doctor. However, a person builds up tolerance for oxycontin. It means that when a person takes a dose of 20 mg, the body develops resistance for the drug after a while and the drug is not able to handle the pain. That is why; the dose is increased.

Almost 10% Canadians suffer from addiction of alcohol at least during once in their life. Some people are able to deal with alcohol consumption without becoming too dependent on it. The same is the case with oxycontin; some people can deal with its restricted dose, but others are not able to control themselves. At Canadian Addiction Rehab, the patient is guided to handle detox and withdrawal and the experts help them to take necessary steps to positively modify their life.