Ease Dilaudid Withdrawal Symptoms with Treatment
If you are suffering from Dilaudid addiction, there are treatment centers ready to help you NOW. Your Dilaudid addiction is slowly destroying your body and mind, taking over your life and hurting those closest to you. We know; we've been there and couldn't handle the Dilaudid withdrawal by ourselves either. Call us NOW for help. Call 954-271-5047.
As with codeine, Demerol, morphine and OxyContin, Dilaudid is an opiate used to assist in pain management and is available only through prescription. Dilaudid, also known as hydromorphone, is found in pill form and syrup and can be taken orally or by injection. It is a highly addictive substance that often results in greater tolerance to the drug as well as a harmful addiction.
Dilaudid addiction develops quickly and without warning. While the drug is initially taken for pain, the patient begins to need more and more Dilaudid to acquire the same result. The process is then quickened by the need to repeat the euphoric effect Dilaudid causes in the brain. Both a physical and emotional need for Dilaudid now exists, negatively affecting every area of the patient's life.
Symptoms of Dilaudid Addiction
As Dilaudid addiction develops, so will the physical symptoms. These symptoms include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Dry mouth
- Loss of concentration
Dilaudid should never be abruptly discontinued as this could lead to dangerous seizures or convulsions. The process of Dilaudid withdrawal should be gone through gradually and only under medical supervision. Residential treatment programs are highly recommended for those trying to recover from Dilaudid addiction.
In addition to the physical symptoms of Dilaudid addiction, one may also experience some of the following:
- Psychological difficulties
- Legal problems
- Deterioration in personal relationships
- Employment difficulties due to a lack of concentration and motivation
- Financial difficulties as much of the money is spent on obtaining the drug
Dilaudid Withdrawal Symptoms
The symptoms one might experience during Dilaudid withdrawal include but are not limited to:
- Muscle and bone pain
If you believe you or someone you know needs Dilaudid addiction help, or for immediate assistance finding drug rehab programs that specialize in Dilaudid addiction treatment, please call us now at 954-271-5047. Help is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and all calls are confidential. Don't wait - GET HELP NOW!