The Road to Recovery Begins Here – About Us!
About Us: Our website brings many to Methodist Rehabilitation Center, but it’s not a place where it triumphs. It is a place where you get interviewed on the phone to know more about your case, rehabilitation history, insurance options, your preferred option for inpatient / outpatient, etc. Then, our rehab expert will connect you to the # 1 rated rehabilitation facility in your city. We cover all cities in the US.
Even before our patients dare hope that they can be healed, our staff is at their side. They will be helping them achieve the highest level of recovery possible. We regularly update this website with new information and statistics about recovery options and where to start. If your insurance does not cover the treatment plan, do not panic. Just reach out to us and we will still be able to connect you to a center that suits your needs.
We feature programs specifically designed to treat people who have had any kind of addiction. Each program has a staff dedicated to the treatment of that specific injury or illness. This experience gives us the expertise no other hospital can claim. And now we’re successfully applying that expertise to an ever-expanding field of rehabilitation services for people with any kind of drug or alcohol addiction issues.
How much Vitamin C should you take for opiate withdrawal?
You can buy vitamin C in tablets or powder form, in gel tablets, and chew able ones. A healthcare professional may inject a vitamin C solution into your veins, thighs, buttocks, or upper arm to treat certain conditions. If you’re taking a vitamin C supplement, you are likely taking far more than the 75 to 90 milligrams (mg) recommended for women and men, respectively (Slightly more is recommended for smokers and for pregnant and breastfeeding women). Generally, consuming vitamins is good for your health.
Supplements typically contain 500 to 1000 mg of vitamin C. How much you can safely take depends on your age and other factors. If you have a serious health problem, such as scurvy or methemoglobinemia, your healthcare provider may prescribe or administer much higher doses of vitamin C. Side effects from too much vitamin C are very rare. This is because the body cannot store the vitamin. Studies have shown, however, that vitamin C amounts greater than 2,000 mg/day can lead to nausea and diarrhea. This about us page will give you all the information you need to know who we are.