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5 Symptoms of Prescription Drug Addiction Withdrawal

Prescription Drug Addiction is rising at an alarming pace not only among teens but also among senior citizens belonging to the 60 plus age bracket.

Prescription drug withdrawal is considered as an important factor for treatment owing to the fact that successful prescription drug withdrawal is critical for recovery. Prescription Drug Withdrawal symptoms are considered to be the greatest cause for relapse and even those who really wish to stop taking prescription drugs find it difficult to bear the pain of prescription drug withdrawal. The symptoms for prescription drug withdrawal is usually predictable and the same depends on the type of drug taken and should be treated considering both the medical and therapeutic angle by a professional.

Symptoms of Prescription Drug Addiction Withdrawal

Prescription drug addiction withdrawal symptoms are known as the physical and emotional changes that take place in an addict when he/she is deprived of drugs. Depending on the severity of the addiction the symptoms last for a few days to a few weeks. A few withdrawal symptoms have been mentioned below:

    Prescription Drug Withdrawal

  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Feeling cold and warm simultaneously
  • Tremors
  • Anxiety
  • Weight Loss

Prescribed drug addicts who use opiates like, OxyContin, Methadone have painful withdrawal symptoms. One of the probable solution is to counter ride the symptoms is to administer a higher dosage of the prescribed he/she was consuming or to use alternative drugs such as Suboxone. But the same needs to be administered under the supervision and guidance of a professional medical practitioner.

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