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Illicit Drug Withdrawal

Illicit Drug Withdrawal in Austin, Texas

Drug withdrawal affects illicit and prescription drug abusers in each stage of abuse. It is one of the first and clearest signs of dependency. Drug withdrawal is manifested through a variety of physical and psychological symptoms which vary according to the scope and duration of their substance abuse. The longer drug abuse persists untreated, the worse and more severe the withdrawal process is likely to be. Drug withdrawal is a medical condition, just like heart disease, high blood pressure or diabetes. It must be treated by an experienced qualified medical professional as part of an overall treatment program. Recovery Unplugged Texas offers compassionate and effective onsite medical detox and illicit drug withdrawal management in Austin. Call us today at (855) 384-6340.

Symptoms of Street Drug Withdrawal

Each drug does something different to the brain’s chemistry, creating different withdrawal symptoms. Drugs like opioid painkillers will yield different withdrawal symptoms than substances like benzodiazepines. Although each patient will experience different physical and psychological affects due to their substance use, some of the more common can include:

  • Upset Stomach (Nausea, Vomiting Diarrhea, Etc.)
  • Flu-Like Symptoms
  • Headache and Migraine
  • Hallucinations and Delusions
  • Sleep Disorder
  • Fatigue
  • Joint and Muscle Pain
  • And More

If you or your loved one are experiencing these or any other withdrawal symptoms related to illicit or prescription drug abuse, it means that dependency is already starting to form and you should seek professional help immediately.


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Illicit Drug Withdrawal Timeline

While the withdrawal timeline for each drug will be different, withdrawal usually occurs in three stages: early, acute and protracted. Early withdrawal very often occurs in as little as six to eight hours after the last dose. Acute withdrawal is where symptoms are most severe. It usually occurs 24-48 hours after the last dose. Acute withdrawal is very often the stage in which patients have a hard time staying away from their drug of choice. Patients can very often experience severe long-term health consequences if not treated properly. This is why the withdrawal should be treated by an addiction-trained medical professional in a supportive and compassionate environment.

Treating Illicit Drug Withdrawal

Drug withdrawal is a serious and complex medical condition that requires specialized treatment through detox and long-term maintenance. Certain medications like Suboxone, Vivitrol and Methadone may be available to treat long-term withdrawal symptoms and help patients gradually curtail their cravings. Recovery Unplugged Texas provides comprehensive and compassionate drug withdrawal treatment in Austin. Call our experienced and qualified treatment professionals today at (855) 384-6340 to start healing today.

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