Powerful Synthetic Opioid 100 Times More Potent Than Morphine


What is Fentanyl?

Still Detox offers professional help for fentanyl addiction treatment, as it can be an extremely dangerous and life-threatening addiction.

Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid analgesic drug that has similarities to morphine but is 50-100 times more potent. It was first synthesized in 1959 and has been used in medical settings to treat severe pain, such as during surgery, childbirth, or other medical emergencies. Unfortunately, fentanyl has also become a drug of abuse due to its high potency and addictive potential, as well as its easy availability on the street.

Side Effects Of Fentanyl

The side effects of fentanyl can vary depending on the strength and dosage of the drug taken. Some common side effects include drowsiness, confusion, nausea, constipation, respiratory depression, seizures, and coma. It’s important to note that fentanyl use can also lead to physical dependence.

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Fentanyl Addiction Treatment Luxury Detox Boca Raton Florida

Fentanyl Rehab in Florida

Still Detox understands the value of medical detox in providing a secure and successful path towards recovery for those struggling with fentanyl addiction. Our luxury treatment facility emphasizes the importance of thorough assessment and continuous monitoring by our team of qualified medical professionals throughout the detoxification process, ensuring the safety and comfort of all our clients.

Signs Of Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl can have alarming effects on one’s body.

Firstly, it’s known to slow down, and in extreme cases, stop breathing.


Constricted, Pinpoint (small) pupils
Weight Loss
Poor Hygiene
Muscle Aches, Chills
Persistent Health Issues


Increased Fentanyl Use
Engaging Risky Behaviours
Withdrawal From Social Activities
Obsessive thoughts about reusing
Illegally acquiring fentanyl


Mood swings
Irritability or agitation
Cravings for Fentanyl

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You or your loved one can receive support from Still Detox if you are struggling with a Fentanyl addiction.

Long Term Side Effects Of Fentanyl

Long-term fentanyl use can lead to a wide range of serious health risks. These include liver damage, kidney failure, heart problems, increased risk of stroke and physical dependence. It can also increase the risk of an accidental overdose as fentanyl tolerance builds up quickly.

Fentanyl Withdrawal Symptoms

Fentanyl, like most opioids, is a depressant that not only reduces heart rate and respiration while alleviating pain but also induces a sense of euphoria and drowsiness. It’s highly potent nature contributes to its addictive qualities. Even individuals who use prescription fentanyl under a doctor’s guidance may develop dependence, which manifests as withdrawal symptoms when the drug is discontinued.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the surge in fatalities from synthetic opioid overdoses can be primarily attributed to the prevalence of illicitly manufactured Fentanyl.

Signs Of Fentanyl Overdose

Learn the crucial signs of a fentanyl overdose to ensure timely detection and intervention during emergencies, which can potentially save lives.


Constricted (small) pupils
Extreme drowsiness
Nausea and vomiting
Limp body and muscle weakness
Difficult or shallow breathing


Using despite consequences
Withdrawal from social activities
Obsessive thoughts about reusing
Illegally acquiring fentanyl

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Fentanyl Rehab Florida

At Still Detox, our luxury rehab treatment for fentanyl is customized to address each individual’s specific needs. Our Fentanyl rehab program includes personalized medical care and evidence-based withdrawal treatment that is tailored to the unique needs of each client.

After successful detox, our clients have access to a comprehensive addiction recovery program that includes individual and group counseling, relapse prevention strategies, and ongoing support throughout the recovery process.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fentanyl has a half-life of 4 to 24 hours depending on the individual’s metabolic rate. This means that fentanyl can stay in the body for up to 72 hours. This can vary depending on the amount and frequency of fentanyl used as well as an individual’s weight, age, gender and overall health. The only way to be sure how long fentanyl will remain in your system is to consult a medical professional.

The answer is no. Quitting Fentanyl cold turkey can be dangerous and even life-threatening due to the intense withdrawal symptoms that come with it. It is important to seek professional help and guidance when quitting Fentanyl.

Users may not know what they are ingesting when they purchase these drugs on the street and this lack of knowledge can lead to accidental overdoses and death if users don't have access to naloxone or other overdose prevention resources. Additionally, the presence of fentanyl in counterfeit pills or drugs sold on the street increases the risk of overdose due to its unpredictability. On top of this, severe skin-rotting infections can occur when these drugs are injected into the body.

Fentanyl Rehab in Florida

At Still Detox, our luxury addiction treatment offers a safe and proven path to sobriety and can expertly manage the withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting fentanyl. Our approach involves carefully tapering off opioids under the watchful eye of our experienced medical team, ensuring that the detox process is both safe and comfortable.

However, we understand that true recovery from fentanyl addiction requires more than just physical detoxification and treatment. Our comprehensive approach includes mental health counseling and support groups, essential components in addressing the underlying issues and maintaining long-term sobriety.

Fentanyl Addiction Treatment Luxury Detox


We develop customized treatment plans that are tailored to each client's unique needs, ensuring they are best positioned to achieve a successful recovery from addiction.


Experienced Staff

Our team comprises a skilled cohort of physicians, counselors, and nurses, among others. We possess the expertise to equip you with the necessary resources to overcome substance abuse and establish sustainable healing.



Still Detox is located in Boca Raton, FL in a quiet, peaceful, and relaxing location that will allow anyone the chance to get away and focus on their recovery.



Receiving the necessary treatment for addiction should not be limited by financial means, although it can pose a difficulty. For this reason, We have various self-pay and financing options available.

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Fentanyl Rehab Withdrawal Timeline and Detox

It All Starts With You

You will meet with our team of medical professionals, nurses, and mental health professionals to discuss your treatment preferences and needs.

Taking The First Step

Insurance Verification

Our admissions team will verify the insurance coverage and discuss payment options or financial assistance programs if necessary.

Financial Planning

Formal Assessment

Upon arrival at the detox clinic, clients will undergo a comprehensive assessment, including a medical evaluation and a psychological assessment. This process helps the clinical team gather essential information to create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique needs.



You will be guided through the detoxification process, which may involve medical assistance to safely and comfortably manage withdrawal symptoms. Still Detox medical staff will closely monitor your physical and emotional well-being during this stage.