We treat addictions to a variety of opioids and painkillers, including Fentanyl, Heroin, and prescription painkiller addiction. Most people don’t understand how deadly opioids can be when the addiction gets to be so much for the person. Fentanyl can be disguised as Heroin, which can be very deadly for people.

Painkillers can be highly addictive and difficult to curb. Cypress Lakes Lodge works with patients who have suffered from chronic pain and addiction to these painkillers that consumer their lives. To reduce our patients’ physical and emotional dependence on fentanyl, heroin and other painkillers, we offer chronic pain management using Dr. Flowers’ proven holistic therapies.

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To understand the seriousness of fentanyl addiction, it’s important to know how it’s used. Fentanyl is sold as a powder, in slow-release patches, tablets, blotted papers, and as a liquid mixed with heroin; it can be injected, smoked, slapped on the upper arm and swallowed or absorbed on the tongue with these blotted sheets. These opioids are made to be absorbed through delicate and permeable mucous membranes and fatty tissues, so they are fast-acting. Find out more about Fentanyl addiction.


Heroin is an opiate drug that has become infamous for its powerful addictive properties and high rates of overdose. Most often sold in a white or brown powder form but also available as a sticky dark brown “tar,” users can inject or smoke this drug to achieve a euphoric high that floods the brain with artificial pain-killing chemicals. Find out more about Heroin addiction.

Prescription Opioids

Prescription Opioids can become dangerous addictive drugs if abused. Painkillers can become dangerous without you knowing it. Many times, it can happen after a major surgery because of the painkillers that we’re prescribed. They can lead to other addictions including Heroin and Fentanyl addictions. Find out more about Prescription Drugs.

For Family Members and Friends:

Pain killers can be extremely dangerous to a person’s physical and mental health. The addiction can start many different ways. Some cases, pain killer addictions occur after a major surgery is done where the pain killer is prescribed for healing. Some people could become addicted to the drug and abuse it without even knowing it. This is where a friend or family needs to step in if you notice any signs and symptoms of opioid addiction.  Whether it’s a Heroin, Fentanyl, or prescription painkiller addiction, we all need treatment and help.

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Chronic Pain Management

Wherever you experienced the effects of fentanyl or any opioid painkiller, whether it’s in a hospital setting to help reduce pain or if you purchased it on the street, you can understand why people would use this drug to reduce pain. However, there are other ways to reduce chronic pain that doesn’t involve addictive drugs that are highly fatal and prone to overdose throughout the United States. Our chronic pain management system will help you learn new skills that can manage this pain in a natural way. Each chronic pain management treatment is customized to address your localized pain that is unique to you. You can live without addiction, and we can help you get there.

The addiction to fentanyl gets worse the longer someone takes the drug and the increasing amount in which they take it. Those addicted to this drug may be able to see that have a problem when the bills start piling up and they start to feel the slow breakdown of their bodies from its use. Discontinuing use of the drug and trying to get sober is difficult because of the intense withdrawals that come with these drugs that have such a high connection to the nervous system. When patients are scared to stop, they take pills and ingest the drug just to stay away from these withdrawal side effects. We understand this concern, but at Cypress Lakes Lodge, we offer medical detox with specializing physicians and medical staff to help you through every step safely.

Side Effects of Opiods:

  • Sedation
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Physical dependence
  • Tolerance
  • Respiratory depression

If you or someone you care for is addicted to opioid painkillers like fentanyl, call Cypress Lakes Lodge today at 409-331-2204 and learn more about our addiction treatments. We’ll create an addiction treatment plan that will help you stick to the path of recovery.

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