Opioid Withdrawal Can Be Life-Threatening

Opioid Withdrawal Can Be Life-Threatening

Opioid withdrawal symptoms are rarely deadly. People often think so and they keep the symptoms untreated. If you are going through that phase where you are experiencing uncomfortable health complications due to the opioid withdrawal, you can contact a doctor near you. Don’t ignore these symptoms thinking them minor. Contact Norton Health Care and we have the best team of doctors for you. Experienced doctors treat your complications; and with the help of the medicines, doctors will lower the symptoms.

Book an appointment with our doctors for comprehensive treatment for your opioid addiction.

If someone close to you is having withdrawal symptoms, call a doctor, and save his/her life. The symptoms due to opioid withdrawal are mostly included flu-like illness. They are mainly subjectively severe but objectively mild. The most common signs of opioid withdrawal are dysphoria, insomnia, pupillary, dilation, sweating, vomiting, diarrhea, and more.

Though they are very general symptoms, you cannot overlook them. Norton Health Care is one of the best health care centers that offer opioid addiction treatment. If you still think that people cannot die due to opioid withdrawal. You are wrong. These symptoms can be the reason of your death, especially vomiting and dehydration.

People can die from opioid withdrawal and vomiting and diarrhea are the symptoms that can be life-threatening for you. When you are suffering from persistent vomiting and diarrhea, your health may suffer from problems like dehydration and hypernatraemia that cause heart failure.

For these reasons, you need a doctor by your side when you are planning to quit your opioid addiction. Norton Health Care is a very popular health center and they have a trusted team of doctors who got certified especially for conducting addiction treatment. We have branches in Norton MA, Salem NH, and Dover NH.

Suboxone is a very common medicine and doctors are using the medicine for treating your addiction issue. The medicine contains both Buprenorphine and Naloxone. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist that gives your brain an opioid-like feeling, but it has less intensity. Naloxone, on the other hand, is an opioid antagonist. If someone misuses the medicine, naloxone will release a strong withdrawal symptom.

So, this medicine helps people feel less pain during the withdrawal phase and they can also control their addiction. Don’t keep the symptoms untreated. Call us or any addiction treatment doctor near you and consult with him/her for your addiction issue.

Book an appointment with our doctors for the treatment. We will be happy to help you.

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