The withdrawal phase of Xodol addiction can be difficult to overcome without help. But to let the fear of withdrawal keep you from seeking recovery would be a big mistake. Prolonged addiction can devastate the body, psyche and spirit. There is no need to wait any longer. The Waismann Method of rapid detox offers a state-of-the-art detox that effectively manages withdrawal to minimize pain and suffering. Xodol is the combination of hydrocodone, a narcotic pain reliever, and acetaminophen, which is a non-narcotic painkiller. It is used to manage moderate to severe pain. Though it can be extremely effective in pain therapy, Xodol can be highly addicting and lead to misuse, abuse, overdose and the need for professional detox. Most patients come to us with the same story. They were prescribed Xodol for pain and developed a tolerance after regular use. Once the drug’s effects on the body were diminished, it often led to an escalation of dose or other methods of misuse. Once this begins, addiction can take hold swiftly. 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.
Xodol Withdrawal Can Be Painfully Intense If Not Managed
The experience of withdrawal can depend on factors including patients’ physical makeup and the length and severity of the addiction. Withdrawal can set in within hours of last use and continue on for days, weeks or even longer. In addition to possibly strong physical and psychological cravings, Xodol 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. Xodol withdrawal can be a long, painful process if not treated by medical professionals. This also helps cut the risk of health complications including seizures, convulsions, death and damage to vital organs. Trying to detox “cold turkey” is dangerous, especially after prolonged use or long bouts of abuse.
Waismann Method Offers a Helping Hand for Xodol Addiction
Seeking medical help for Xodol addiction is the right choice in terms of safety, the likelihood of achieving sustained recovery and relapse prevention. Our in-hospital medical procedure occurs while patients sleep lightly under deep sedation. Our medical team administers intravenous medication to cleanse the drug from patients’ bodies. This takes less than two hours and happens without the use of opiate replacement drugs including Suboxone and methadone. Patients awake opiate-free without the awareness of the accelerated withdrawal symptoms that occurred while they were sedated. The entire hospital stay is a few days, getting you back to your lives, families and careers much quicker than most traditional detox and rehabilitation programs. Our program is safe, humane and completely confidential. Patients are also given the option to take advantage of our Domus Retreat transitional living facility to continue recovery with programs such as biofeedback, massage, counseling and relaxation.