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Methadone Withdrawal Symptoms

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Methadone withdrawal symptoms can be the most severe and lengthier then any other drug. Going through opiate withdrawal is never easy, particularly if you are trying to kick an addiction to Methadone. Trying to gradually wean or stop abruptly can be difficult and dangerous. The sickness associated with methadone withdrawal can be intense and seem almost impossible to endure. Don’t be discouraged because there is a treatment center that can help you detox comfortably.
Methadone is a long-acting prescription medication that has pain relieving properties but most commonly is used for treatment of opiate addiction. Some call this approach to treating addiction outdated, just prolonging the dependence on opiates. There are detox options that can help patients become totally free of opiates in a much shorter timeframe.
Opiate replacement therapy with Methadone or Suboxone can be long-term. For some people, this can mean years of continued opiate intake and reliance on medication – all to avoid withdrawal and ease cravings. But treatments such as traditional detox and rapid opiate detox aim to eliminate the need for all opiates while managing withdrawal.

What You Can Expect From Methadone Withdrawal

Once your body becomes used to Methadone, it can come to relies on it in order to feel well. This problem gets worse as your opiate tolerance increases. You become physically dependent and fell as a prisoner of the Methadone. Painful and exhausting methadone withdrawal syndrome can last anywhere from several weeks to months . Almost no individual is able to complete a methadone withdrawal on their own or with the assistance of the clinic; most return to Methadone dosing because they cannot tolerate the pain and discomfort.
Methadone withdrawal symptoms can include :

  • Nausea
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Body aches and pains
  • Fever
  • Excessive sweating
  • Dilated pupils
  • Sneezing
  • Yawning
  • Tearing eyes
  • Runny nose
  • Tremors
  • Extreme agitation
  • Mood swings
  • High anxiety
  • Severe drug cravings

Waismann Method ® offers a humane and effective procedure to overcome Methadone withdrawal

  • We have the most highly recognize methadone detox center in the world.
  • We offer the highest safety protocol of any Methadone Rapid Detox Center.
  • Patients are admitted to their private room of an accredited hospital.
  • We do not require patients to switch or substitute drugs before detoxification.
  • We have treated  patients on extremely high levels of Methadone.
  • Before the detoxification, patients are comfortably pre-medicated and assessed.
  • Unparalleled experience and credentials of our multi-board certified anesthesiologist.
  • Exclusive recover retreat for post Methadone withdrawal rapid detox for a few days included.

Waismann detox can provide the pathway to successful recovery and freedom of Methadone detox that you have desperately been searching for. Once the physical addiction is eradicated, you can begin to move forward and work on psychological and emotional issues. You can achieve complete and total recovery from opiate addiction without having to sacrifice your independence.
Call now. Find out what are your options. Speak to a professional that understands where you are and where you want to be.
If success and safety is your priority when choosing a methadone treatment, a phone call to the Waismann should be your next move (310) 205-0808.

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