More often than not, painkiller addiction is accidental. Many individuals who are involved in accidents, sustain bodily injuries, or have pain related issues will be prescribed highly addictive pain medications by a doctor without realizing that prolonged use can lead to severe opiate addiction.
The most common pain medications prescribed are:
Opiate Dependency signs and symptoms
Long term use of opiate painkillers creates physical dependency, and when you stop taking your medication, you can experience incredibly uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms.
Symptoms of opiate withdrawal include:
If you drink frequently, heavily, or suffer from alcohol dependency then you can and most likely experience withdrawal. Not everyone who drinks to excess will experience alcohol withdraw. Factors such as age, gender, and physical health determine the length and severity of withdrawal. Alcohol withdraw can be extremely difficulty or detrimental. In general, many people continue to drink to not experience withdraws. Utilizing the correct treatment can significantly reduces overall physical and mental withdraw symptoms.
Alcohol Dependency Signs and Symptoms
Alcohol withdrawal can cause intense and dangerous effects. Withdrawing from alcohol needs a physician and nursing staff to monitor the process.
To list, some of the most common symptoms include:
The effects of discontinuing benzodiazepine use without medical supervision range from “feeling miserable” to life-threatening seizures and convulsions. Most people begin using Benzodiazepine under the guidance of a medical professional for anxiety or another disorder. Our medically supervised dependency protocol allows clients to receive treatment for underlying co-occurring disorders without suffering from the physical symptoms at the same time.
Benzodiazepine Dependency signs and symptoms
Benzodiazepines belong to the prescription sedative class of drugs. Although benzodiazepines have a calming effect, they are highly addictive, and a person who abuses them faces a host of symptoms. Some of the physical, psychological, and behavioral symptoms of benzodiazepine abuse include: