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Pain Pill Withdrawal
Taking pain pills for a longer time makes you resistible of the normal doses of pain pill and then
person increases the amount of pain pill for satisfying his/her needs and this increased dose of pain
pill leads to its addiction. The body develops a need of having pain pills regularly. And suddenly
stopping this habit leads to different side effects on the mental and physical state of the body. Some
pain pill withdrawal effects are listed below:
2. Faster heart beat
3. Heavy breathing
5. Increased craving for pain pill
8. Blocked nose
9. Runny nose
10. Muscle pain
14. Enlarged Pupils
15. Profuse Sweating
16. Abdominal pain
18. Loss of appetite
It is somewhat a huge risk to get through the withdrawal process all alone. Lack of self-control can
lead to more addiction of the pain pill. It is mandatorily advised to go through this pain pill
withdrawal process under the guidance of a medical expert and the support of loved ones (anyone
from friends or family).
There are some pain pill withdrawal side effects that can be cured or controlled at home. Suddenly
stopping the dose of pain pill can cause dryness in throat, sour throat, etc. This can even lead to
dehydration in the body. So the person is advised to drink plenty of water throughout the day and
should carry a water bottle always. Patients should try to divert their mind by keeping themselves
busy or by indulging in other activities. They should try to keep friendship with non-addicted people
and be surrounded by a good company. The person should also attend seminars specially organized
for people who want to get rid of pain pill addiction. There are pain pill withdrawal programs that
simply get a person off the drug addicted. There are drug rehabs that run for 28 or 30 days and helps
the addicts to live a normal life again.
Center for Network Therapy (CNT) the first facility in New Jersey to be licensed to provide
Ambulatory (Outpatient) Detoxification from alcohol, benzodiazepines, opiates, anesthetics and
other substances of abuse.
At Recovery CNT Dr. Indra Cidambi with her team of medical professionals have successfully detoxed
nearly 600 patients in a time period of just 3 years. More info of ambulatory outpatient
detoxification can be fetched at http://www.recoverycnt.com