Better Addiction Care

Soma Withdrawal



Soma is a prescription drug that is used as a muscle relaxant. The goal is to decrease pain and muscle spasms. But unfortunately, Soma abuse and addiction are prevalent, and when the time comes to break free, many users begin to experience Soma withdrawal. If you want to make a change but have concerns about what withdrawal will feel like, it's important to find the right addiction recovery center that offers a medically assisted detox, which can help to minimize Soma withdrawal symptoms and make the process safe and comfortable. You don't want to be at home alone trying to deal with the physical and mental issues that walking away creates. With BetterAddictionCare, you can get help now: Many of the treatment centers in our recovery network are accepting new patients immediately. Call today to speak with a counselor.

In some patients, withdrawal symptoms can manifest as delirium, creating a chaotic situation when not handled by highly trained professionals. Other withdrawal symptoms include:

  • Memory issues
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Difficulty thinking clearly
  • Sensitivity to certain stressors
  • Increased heart rate
  • Coordination issues

A successful outcome can be achieved with a customized plan for individuals who are struggling with Soma. But before getting started, many people wonder about the drug recovery process in rehab. They want to know what their days will look like and what they will be doing. Each facility is slightly different, but all offer services like addiction counseling. There are also centers that incorporate alternative rehab programs that are individualized to the needs of each person.

No matter which facility you choose, at an inpatient rehab, you will be able to take the steps necessary to break free from the hold Soma has had on your life. You'll also learn how to start healing and how to transition back to your life. Because this isn't always easy, we'll set up a recovery team near you to work as a support system. The goal isn't just to get sober; it's to stay sober as well.

You don't need to go through Soma withdrawal alone. This can be a scary experience, and because of the difficulty, users often give up and let their cravings take over. Let us help you get the attention and treatment that you need. You can fill out our contact form or speak with one of our client care specialists to learn more about the best treatment options for you. If you're concerned about the cost of treatment, we'll coordinate with your private insurance to find a cost-effective program that will meet your needs.


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