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Tramadol Detox - Placement Assistance

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Why Choose a Residential Detox for Tramadol

Are You Addicted to Tramadol? - Could You benefit from an Inpatient Detox?

Can you relate to this hypothetical narrative?

"I had no idea when I started taking Tramadol for my sore knee last year that I would end up hooked. I started to enjoy the mellow feeling I got from this drug, and it seemed harmless to take it after a stressful day at work even when I didn't have knee pain. It seemed harmless in the beginning but now I can't quit - help!"

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Are You Addicted to Tramadol and Need Detoxification

It is possible to end up addicted to Tramadol even if you originally took it under doctor's orders. Tramadol is commonly prescribed medications for mild to severe pain, and in some me cases, patients only take it for a short time without running into any real problem. Problems are even more like to arise if we start using the drug in a way it wasn't originally prescribed.

Tramadol is a type of narcotic - it is an opiate like morphine, methadone, and heroin. This class of drug can be helpful asset in medicine when medically necessary for managing pain, but there is high potential for addiction with all opiates. This is due to the fact that substances like Tramadol can produce pleasurable side-effects such as a feeling of intense comfort. If we develop a taste for these appealing side-effects, could be going to be a temptation to abuse the drug.

Your slide into dependence on tramadol may have taken you by complete surprise, but the fact that you are now in this situation means you may need help in order to quit. Quitting this opiate is going to involve similar challenges as those facing someone trying to give up other opiate drugs - it does not matter that you may not see yourself as a 'drug addict'. In order for you to discontinue use of this drug, you may benefit from entering a reputable inpatient detox program for tramadol addiction.

What Are the Benefits of a Residential Detox for Tramadol Addiction

There are a number of reasons for why a residential detox can be the right option if you are ready to address your dependence on tramadol. An important benefit is that, in a reputable detox facility, you will be supervised and there may be treatments available to help ease the symptoms of tramadol withdrawal which can include:

• Headaches
• Body pain
• Constipation
• Seizures
• Insomnia
• Anxiety
• Irritability

The physical withdrawal symptoms may be too much of a challenge if you are trying to quit alone, but another obstacle tends to be psychological withdrawals. The knowledge that you could so easily escape the discomfort of withdrawal by relapsing can make discontinuing the drug even harder. By staying in a residential detox for tramadol addiction, you could have people around you to offer encouragement and support. This doesn't have to be as unpleasant an experience as you may fear.

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There are now many detox programs available for those caught up in prescription drug addiction. Our team may be able to help you find a facility that is able to provide what you need to end your dependence on Tramadol - call us now to take a step towards addiction treatment and recovery.

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