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Tramadol Withdrawal



Tramadol is an opioid medication used to treat pain. This medication changes the body and brain's perception of pain by interacting with opiate receptors in the brain and enhancing the transmission of norepinephrine and serotonin. This lessens the feelings of pain and can even induce a feeling of euphoria. Tramadol works quickly and reaches peak effectiveness about an hour after ingestion. These qualities can make tramadol an addictive substance. If a person abuses tramadol, their body will develop a tolerance for the medication, which causes them to take larger dosages. Once the brain and body need tramadol in order to function, a person has developed an addiction. When their body lacks the medication, they will begin to experience tramadol withdrawal. This is a dangerous cycle because these symptoms are unpleasant and a person often continues to abuse the drug to avoid the pain of tramadol withdrawal symptoms.

Tramadol Withdrawal Symptoms

Tramadol withdrawal occurs because the brain is attempting to self-regulate in the absence of the drug it has become dependent on. The symptoms will vary from person to person depending on the severity of their addiction, but typical symptoms that occur during a withdrawal from tramadol include:

  • Dizziness
  • Nightmares
  • Irritability
  • Loss of appetite
  • Anxiety
  • Vomiting
  • Confusion
  • Restlessness
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Tremors
  • Diarrhea
  • Cravings
  • Depression

Withdrawal symptoms are very uncomfortable, and rare and more serious symptoms such as psychosis also have been associated with this medication. The temptation to use tramadol to alleviate these symptoms can be very powerful. By seeking tramadol withdrawal help, a person can save themselves pain and set out on a path to recovery with much higher odds of success. In a rehab environment, the client has access to medications to ease their pain and medical professionals to ensure that they are detoxing safely. Counselors will provide treatments to address the psychological aspects of addiction and prepare their client for any relapse triggers they may encounter after rehab.

Find Tramadol Withdrawal Help and Treatment

BetterAddictionCare understands that addiction treatment is a very personal process. In order to recover successfully, each person needs an individualized plan that fits their situation. Our client care specialists will offer you full confidentiality as they discover your needs, help you through a pre-screening process, and explore your insurance options. Together, you will create a customized plan for treatment within our national network of rehab centers. Call today or fill out a contact form to get help now with withdrawal symptoms from tramadol and start healing with BetterAddictionCare.


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