You deserve a full life, free from the constraints of Stadol addiction. If the fear of withdrawal is holding you back, just know that medical advances in the last decade have made it possible to manage this phase of discomfort and suffering. Many people put off seeking help for a painkiller addiction because they fear intense symptoms such as cravings, vomiting and tremors. The Waismann Method of rapid detox offers renowned rapid detox that medically manages withdrawal, effectively eliminating the symptoms entirely. Withdrawal sets in once the body begins to detox from a drug or alcohol. The experience is an individual one, with symptoms ranging from mild to excruciating. This often depends on factors including the length and severity of the addiction and the patient’s individual biochemistry. Stadol, the brand name for butorphanol tartrate, is available in forms including nasal spray and injections. The synthetically-derived opioid is used for post-operative pain, pre-operative pain and pain during labor and delivery. While many are prescribed Stadol for legitimate pain, regular use could turn to abuse once a tolerance has developed. More cases of Stadol abuse are reported with the nasal spray. Patients who are physically addicted and suddenly stop using Stadol after regular use will experience the onset of withdrawal.
What to Expect with Stadol Withdrawal
Symptoms of Stadol withdrawal can set in within a few hours of last use and persist for days or weeks. Patients who don’t know they have an addiction may respond to symptoms of withdrawal by taking another dose. In addition to strong physical and psychological cravings, Stadol 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 and respiratory problems. Stadol withdrawal can be a long, painful process if not treated by responsible medical professionals. This also helps cut the risk of health complications including seizures, death and damage to vital organs. Trying to detox “cold turkey” is dangerous, especially after prolonged use or long bouts of abuse.
There is Safe, Reliable Help for Stadol Addiction
With the Waismann Method, patients are given tests to gauge internal organ and gastrointestinal damage from Stadol use. Next, our in-hospital procedure, which takes less than two hours, uses medicine to cleanse the drug from patients’ opiate receptors. This happens while they are under deep sedation administered by board-certified anesthesiologists. The withdrawal phase is accelerated and occurs while the patient is under deep sedation. They awake opiate-free without awareness of withdrawal symptoms that occurred. Our safe procedure does not use opiate substitutes to treat opiate addiction. This takes just a few days compared to the weeks-long or months-long stays required by other detox centers. Our Domus Retreat aftercare facility is also available for those who want to work on continued recovery in a humane and confidential setting using therapies including counseling, biofeedback, relaxation and massage.