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Zydone Withdrawal

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Withdrawal is a set of symptoms that develop when the body is trying to detox from drugs or alcohol. Zydone is an opiate painkiller, the combination of hydrocodone, a narcotic pain reliever, and acetaminophen, a non-narcotic pain reliever. Withdrawal is often feared for its painful and often intense symptoms that can range from nausea and vomiting, to tremors and hallucinations. Some people who have used prescription pain medication long-term may even experience seizures when withdrawing. That’s why it’s so important for those addicted to Zydone to seek professional medical help with detox. The Waismann Method of rapid detox offers medical management of withdrawal through a renowned detox procedure that has helped thousands of people become opiate-free. Being able to minimize this pain and suffering puts the Waismann Method at the forefront of the science behind opiate detox. A managed withdrawal can help ensure patient safety and comfort, as well as minimize the likelihood of relapse.

Signs of Zydone Withdrawal

For many patients, Zydone addiction begins with the legitimate use of the drug for moderate to severe pain. Once a tolerance builds and the drug’s effects on the body are diminished, the patient may turn to escalation of use or other forms of misuse. Addiction can develop rapidly and should be treated by a professional program. Withdrawal symptoms can vary widely with each patient having a different experience. Symptoms can appear within hours of last use and peak at different times. They can last days, weeks or longer. In addition to severe physical and psychological cravings, Zydone withdrawal symptoms can include:

  • agitation
  • anxiety
  • diarrhea
  • weakness
  • mood changes
  • hallucinations
  • dysphoria
  • irritability
  • profuse sweating
  • cramps
  • chills
  • cold sweats
  • insomnia
  • confusion
  • lack of coordination
  • aches and pains
  • goose bumps
  • flu-like and cold-like symptoms
  • loss of appetite
  • headaches
  • fever
  • respiratory problems.

These symptoms can be more severe in patients who have used or abused Zydone over a long-term period.

The Waismann Method Combines Experience and Safety to Treat Opiate Addiction

Fortunately, there is a safe, reliable treatment option that rids patients of opiates in a matter of hours without using dangerous opiate replacements such as Suboxone, Subutex and methadone. The Waismann Method offers world-class rapid detox for addiction to Zydone and other opiates through a pioneering procedure performed in an accredited hospital. Here, patients are admitted for a few days where they first undergo thorough testing to check possible internal damage of organs or the gastrointestinal system.
The procedure uses medications to cleanse methadone from patients’ opiate receptors. During this, the patient sleeps lightly under deep sedation and awakes without the awareness of the accelerated withdrawal that occurred. The procedure takes an hour and a half or less and patients remain in the hospital for two to four days for around-the-clock monitoring. Our transitional living facility, Domus Retreat, is also available for guests who wish to continue recovery. The Waismann Method is known for its safe, humane and confidential approach to opiate detox.

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