Withdrawal Symptoms of Opiate Addiction



Opiate addiction needs immediate treatment because the longer you take time for reducing the craving, the more addicted you will be to the drugs. Find the best opiate addiction treatment center near you and get admitted urgently. Doctors are using different drugs for lowering the addiction craving. Suboxone® is one of the best treatment options that doctors are using often. Suboxone® is a partial opiate agonist that gives you less pain during the addiction withdrawal phase. Withdrawal symptoms prove to be the barrier of the addiction recovery process. This Suboxone® treatment suppresses the withdrawal symptoms and decreases the drug cravings. Middlesex Recovery is one of the trusted opiate care centers where addicts find a new way to live. With the help of behavioral therapy and counseling, doctors are treating addiction in the most effective way.


Withdrawal symptoms for opiate addiction:


The symptoms typically depend on the individual and the severity of the addiction. Drug dependency can be of varied types and they are typically based on certain parameters such as the length of taking a drug, which drug they are addicted to, how the drug was consumed, medical condition of addicts, mental health issue, and biological and environmental factors. Withdrawal symptoms may follow a certain timeline. With time, the symptoms of addiction will change. It is started when you stop taking the drug after taking the last dose of it.


Early withdrawal symptoms:


Early withdrawal symptoms start within the 6 to 12 hours after taking the last dose of the short-acting opiates. It will be 30 hours for longer ones. The symptoms include:

  • Tearing up

  • Muscle aches

  • Agitation

  • Trouble falling

  • Excessive yawning

  • Anxiety

  • Nose running

  • Sweats

  • Racing heart

  • Fever

Late withdrawal symptoms:


This phase comes within 72 hours after the last dose. This symptom will last for a week. The signs include:

  • Nausea and vomiting

  • Diarrhea

  • Goosebumps

  • Stomach cramps

  • Depression

  • Drug craving

Addicts need essential help from an opiate treatment center for getting rid of their addiction. It is nearly impossible to keep you away from the drug without any assistance from doctors. Middlesex Recovery is genuinely helping patients to get their normal life back again. With the help of therapy and psychological support, doctors conduct addiction treatment. For any help, contact us.




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