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Dihydrocodeine Withdrawal

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The anticipated fear, suffering and degradation of opiate withdrawal do not have to keep you from seeking help. Medical advancements have allowed the Waismann Method to manage the withdrawal phase to ensure patients are safe, comfortable and have the best chance to move forward with recovery. Dihydrocodeine is an opiate prescription medication used to relieve […]

Dihydrocodeine Overdose

Opiate prescription drugs such as Dihydrocodeine are useful in treating a number of conditions but carry the risk of overdose. Opiate overdose is serious and can be fatal. Dihydrocodeine is often prescribed for cough suppression, pain relief and to treat shortness of breath. It can be habit-forming and should only be taken by those with […]

Dihydrocodeine Detox

An addiction to Dihydrocodeine necessitates a proper medical detox to safely rid patients of the drug and ease them through withdrawal. Dihydrocodeine is a narcotic prescription drug used for pain relief, cough suppression and to treat shortness of breath. The opiate medication can lead to problems including side effects, tolerance, physical and/or psychological dependence, withdrawal […]

Dihydrocodeine Abuse, Addiction & Treatment

Dihydrocodeine abuse is dangerous and can lead to severe problems such as addiction or overdose.  For so many, regular use spirals out of control once a tolerance to medication develops over time. This means patients must take more and more to receive the drug’s benefit. Dihydrocodeine is a prescription narcotic drug used to manage pain […]

Dihydrocodeine Rehab

So many programs and facilities claim to offer Dihydrocodeine rehab and other forms of effective opiate detoxification, but many fall short. Rehab is short for “rehabilitation” and refers to the services offered to treat drug or alcohol addiction. Dihydrocodeine is a narcotic prescription medication used to suppress cough, manage pain and treat shortness of breath. […]