Xodol Addiction can be a serious, as one of its main ingredients is a narcotic drug that has a high potential to cause abuse, misuse and dependence. Xodol contains acetaminophen and hydrocodone, which is an opiate that relieves pain by attaching to the receptors in the brain and body.

Xodol ® contains 10 mg hydrocodone bitartrate-the maximum dose available in a single tablet. 1 Xodol ® contains 300 mg acetaminophen-the lowest effective dose of acetaminophen available in a combination with hydrocodone to manage moderate to moderately severe pain. Please consult accompanying complete prescribing information for Xodol ®.

Xodol is intended to treat moderate to severe pain and can be used to suppress chronic cough. It is also marketed under different names including Xodol, Co-gesic, Stagesic, Liquicet, Zamicet, Maxidone, Zolvit, Zydone, Lortab, Hycet, Norco, Vicodin, Lorcet . Hydrocodone is included on the list of Schedule II drugs in the U.S. This means it is classified based on its accepted medical uses and potential to lead to abuse and addiction.

Signs You May Be Suffering From a Xodol Addiction

If you or someone you know is addicted to Xodol, you may have strong drug cravings and feel an overwhelming urge to obtain it and consume it. If you are preoccupied by these thoughts, you should see a professional to assist with Xodol detox. Other signs of addiction could include loss of interest in relationships and obligations and drug-seeking behaviors including doctor shopping. The hallmark sign of a physical addiction to Xodol is the withdrawal symptoms which set in once you stop using the drug or gradually cut back. Commonly reported symptoms include yawning, agitation, irritability, insomnia, vomiting, sweating, cold flashes, tremors and restlessness. Severe symptoms, if not properly managed, can lead to health complications including seizures.

You Are Not Alone in Your Xodol Addiction

The Waismann Method of rapid detox offers a renowned rapid detox for Xodol addiction. For over a decade, we have been successfully treating addiction to Xodol and other opiates including OxyContin , Stadol, Fentanyl and Methadone. In the majority of our patients, addiction developed after legitimate pain prompted a prescription from a medical professional. Please know that you are not alone in your addiction and that it can be treated successfully. We don’t blame you for becoming addicted to prescription painkillers. And we vow to never make you feel shame or guilt during your recovery.

Xodol Withdrawal Can Be Managed With Our Accelerated Procedure

In many of the cases we see, patients developed a tolerance to their pain medication after regular use, even after a relatively short time. Once the body becomes used to the drug, it can become ineffective at treating the pain. Some people begin to take Xodol more often or in higher quantities than what is recommended. This can lead to addiction. Our program includes an in-hospital rapid detox procedure that uses intra-venous medications to cleanse the opiates from the receptor sites. Patients with Xodol addiction, rests lightly while sedated in their private room of our accredited hospital, and are assisted through the  withdrawal symptoms. Out goal is to get patients through the withdrawal phase comfortable and effectively. Xodol addiction can be treated in a matter of days with our program, and after the hospital patients  spends a few days at our exclusive recovery center Domus Retreat for additional around the clock care. Here, they can take advantage of therapeutic and spa services, continuing their recovery in a safe and supportive environment.

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