Darvocet was banned in the United States in 2010 because abuse caused health complications like heart arrhythmias. You can no longer get Darvocet prescribed to you in the United States, although it is available in other countries. Below you will find information on Darvocet addiction and withdrawal.
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Darvocet is a narcotic opioid drug that was prescribed to treat acute and chronic pain. Darvocet was meant to treat pain, however it was not very effective. There were a number of suicides and accidental deaths due to heart problems. It is addictive, toxic and not a very effective pain reliever.
Darvocet affects your brain’s ability to communicate and decreases control of your bodily functions. It also contains acetaminophen and if you take too much of the drug, it causes serious liver disease that can turn fatal.
The most basic sign of addiction you will see is the preoccupation with running out of the drug. This happens because of your changing tolerance levels and the withdrawal symptoms that happen because of with the need to increase the dosages.
Darvocet affects you physically and psychologically. You may experience:
- Delusions of grandeur
- Unexplainable extended periods of sleep
- Sudden changes in mood
After addiction has taken hold of you, treatment is needed to break out of the cycle of addiction.
If you are experiencing any of these changes because of Darvocet, get with one of our addiction specialists.
Darvocet withdrawal symptoms begin when you abruptly stop taking the drug. We recommend medical drug detox center for Darvocet detox.
Symptoms of Darvocet withdrawal are:
- Physical craving
- Aches and pains
- Abnormal skin sensations such as “crawling” skin
- Restless legs syndrome
Tapering off from the drug is very difficult since because Darvocet withdrawal resembles opiate withdrawal symptoms. A medically supervised Darvocet detox is the first step in the recovery process.
After the drug is out of your system, you will need to address the underlying issues of your addiction. You will learn about triggers and how to manage cravings in future situations and avoid a relapse back into addiction.
Recovery Connection is dedicated to getting you the help you need. We will connect you with an accredited drug rehab center that will provide you with a medically supervised detox as well as personalized addiction treatment.
Darvocet addiction can control your life. Call Recovery Connection at 866.812.8231 to help you break free. Our addiction specialists are available to answer your questions and get you on the road to recovery.
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