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Lorcet Withdrawal

A Lorcet withdrawal can be difficult to kick without the right detoxification treatment protocol. As with other opiates, Lorcet addiction can develop quickly and brings with it an often intense withdrawal period. This is what happens when the body detoxes from a drug or alcohol. Also, symptoms can begin within hours of last use. Then, they can peak at different times and last weeks or even months. Although there is a list of symptoms that comprise opiate withdrawal syndrome, each person’s experience with withdrawal is different. Lorcet is the combination of the opiate hydrocodone and the non-narcotic acetaminophen. Physicians prescribe it to manage moderate to severe pain. A physical addiction to Lorcet develops when withdrawal symptoms are present upon cessation of use. The Waismann Method, a premiere opiate detox facility specializing in Lorcet addiction, offers medical management of withdrawal. 

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What to Expect Through the Withdrawal Period?

Symptoms of Lorcet withdrawal vary from person to person and can be much worse in those people who misuse it or abuse it. In addition, symptoms can manifest physically and psychologically. One of the most obvious signs of a physical Lorcet addiction is the development of withdrawal symptoms once the individual suddenly or gradually decrease use.

For example, other signs and symptoms include: 

  • mood swings
  • tremors
  • hallucinations
  • delirium
  • runny nose
  • sneezing
  • chills
  • sleeplessness
  • anxiousness
  • yawning
  • restlessness
  • weakness
  • flu-like symptoms
  • depression
  • cramps
  • diarrhea
  • sweating
  • vomiting
  • muscle and bone pain
  • confusion
  • extreme irritability 
  • muscle spasms

The gradual reduction of dose is recommended when trying to stop use of Lorcet. Moreover, trying to quit Lorcet “cold turkey” could be difficult and lead to seizures and other complications.

Lorcet Withdrawal Can be Medically Managed with Waismann Method

We can effectively and safely minimize, even eliminate the painful Lorcet withdrawal symptoms with our pioneering medical procedures. With the Waismann Method treatment program, withdrawal is medically managed to maximize safety, comfort and results. Furthermore, our addiction and recovery specialists work with board-certified doctors and anesthesiologists to tailor an individualized detox protocol to meet each of our patients specific needs. We use intravenous medications and manage vitals, while patients comfortably rest in their private room of an accredited hospital for a few days.  Additionally, we have a number of different medical detox options available. Our highly successful and humane treatment can reverse prescription painkiller dependency comfortably and effectively.

You don’t need to spend weeks or months in a drug rehab; patients are usually inpatient with us anywhere from 5 to 10 days for a complete treatment. Also, unlike some other facilities, the Waismann Method doesn’t believe in treating an opiate addiction with opiate replacement drugs like Suboxone, Subutex and methadone. Therefore, ensuring you will not have to deal with a second addiction and detox. Our Domus Retreat aftercare facility is inclusive for a few days where patients can receive additional care and therapeutic services in order to maximize their safety and comfort through the recovery phase.

For additional information and options to help you with overcome Lorcet withdrawal, call us today at 310-205-0808

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