Percocet Detox and Withdrawal

Percocet Detox and Withdrawal

Percocet® | Introduction:

Percocet is a very strong narcotic prescription drug for people who suffer chronic pain. If the time release coating is destroyed, Percocet can produce a high similar to heroin. Drug abusers crush, chew, or dissolve the pill, and then snort, swallow, or inject it. This drug has a high risk of overdose, and in the absence of Percocet detox and withdrawal, includes death. Other effects include nausea, dizziness, vomiting, sweating, weakness and headache. The drug, like heroin, is also highly addictive.

  • Percocet addiction is caused by continuous use of Percocet.

  • Percocet is a combination of oxycodone and acetaminophen.

  • Percocet is available in 4 dosages 2.5/325 mg, 5/325 mg, 7.5/500 mg and 10/650 mg; the dosage is divided into two numbers with oxycodone dosage appearing first and acetaminophen dosage appearing second.

Percocet Detox and Withdrawal | Use & Abuse:

Percocet is used to treat moderate to moderate severe pain.

It should never be administered if the patient has a history of hypersensitivity to either oxycodone or acetaminophen.

Percocet can affect the elderly with a strong soporific effect caused by higher blood plasma levels of oxycodone. The belief is that the higher blood plasma levels of oxycodone in elderly patients are the result of slower metabolic rate and slower digestive motility caused by oxycodone’s effects.

Oxycodone® slows motility which in turn slows metabolic rate which in turn increases blood plasma levels.

Percocet Addiction:

Percocet addiction is a result of Percocet abuse and Percocet dependency. The final analysis of Percocet addiction is that most if not all Percocet users cannot detox at home, they must seek outside help.

The rationale for outside professional help is due to the fact that Percocet users self-medicate as a matter of lifestyle and are unequipped to detox at home. In addiction the physical withdrawal is only one aspect of Percocet addiction; the second being opiate cravings which usually last days after a successful Percocet detoxification.

Percocet® Withdrawal:

The basic goals of Percocet detoxification are to overcome Percocet dependence (physiological) and withdrawal cravings (psychological).

The benefits of Percocet detox are the removal of physical and psychological dependence to Percocet; eradication of analgesic dependence, opioid dependence and opioid side-effects and acetaminophen side-effects.

Conclusion:

Opioid detox can help people suffering with opioid addiction including Percocet addiction. The treatment model is simple and effective. It can include Buprenorphine therapy plus concomitant medications, vitamin supplementation, hydration therapy and sleep disorder treatments.

Painless Percocet detoxification is possible when designed to assist the body with detoxification of all eleven bodily systems; cardiovascular, integumentary, muscular, skeletal, nervous, endocrine, digestive, immune, excretory, respiratory and reproductive.

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