The withdrawal symptoms consistent with MS Contin addiction are notoriously difficult to manage. This potent narcotic is meant for the treatment of chronic, serious pain. In the wrong hands, MS Contin is a powerful drug of abuse that carries the risk of addiction, painful withdrawal and overdose. Many people become addicted through no fault of their own. The prescribed use of a powerful opiate can lead to tolerance, when the body becomes used to the drug. Taking more than recommended or misusing it in other ways can lead to addiction. Withdrawal symptoms set in once use is stopped or reduced. This indicates the presence of physical addiction. MS Contin withdrawal can begin within hours of last use and persist for days or weeks. Everyone experiences withdrawal differently but it’s important to know there are treatment options that can ease, even eliminate, most of these painful symptoms.

What MS Contin Withdrawal Can Look Like

The Waismann Method of rapid detox takes the fear out of withdrawal. Our renowned procedure medically manages symptoms that can range from mild to severe. One of the best indicators of withdrawal is a strong physical or mental craving for MS Contin. Other symptoms vary from person to person but prescription painkillers have an associated opiate withdrawal syndrome in common. These symptoms can include flu-like feelings such as nausea, sweating, vomiting, chills, diarrhea and muscle and bone pain. Others include: tremors, runny nose, sneezing, sleeplessness, restlessness, mood changes, anxiousness, yawning, weakness, depression, hallucinations, delirium, cramps, confusion, muscle spasms and irritability. Trying to stop taking MS Contin “cold turkey” can be extremely difficult and could cause health complications including seizures. The Waismann Method can help eliminate these risks.

Waismann Method: Compassionate Care for MS Contin Addiction

Our premiere rapid detox procedure sets itself apart from other programs that offer results in a short amount of time. This is because our professional staff is dedicated to providing a safe, effective, confidential and completely humane treatment. We use intravenous medications to cleanse MS Contin from patients’ opiate receptors. This happens in the hospital while they sleep lightly under physician-assisted deep sedation. The withdrawal phase is accelerated, with most symptoms occurring while patients are sedated. They awake opiate-free and without the awareness they even went through withdrawal. Our approach to opiate detox has helped thousands of patients over the last decade. Our program does not use opiate replacements such as Suboxone, Subutex or methadone to help wean patients from MS Contin. Our procedure takes less than two hours and the required stay is a few days. This makes for a much quicker recovery, especially when compared to other detox and rehabilitation facilities. We also offer transitional living through our Domus Retreat aftercare facility. Here, patients can take advantage of a relaxing and compassionate environment and continue recovery with counseling, massage and other therapies.