Withdrawal symptoms can range from mildly uncomfortable to severe, depending on various factors such as the type of substance, duration of use, and the individual’s overall health. Symptoms may include anxiety, restlessness, nausea, and in severe cases, seizures or hallucinations.
When individuals grappling with opioid addiction
stop using these medications, they often encounter severe withdrawal symptoms that can surface within hours of their last intake. These symptoms can include discomfort in muscles and bones, issues with sleep, an inability to control leg movements and more.
Undergoing detox in a medically supervised environment ensures these withdrawal symptoms are effectively managed. Medical professionals can provide medications and supportive care to make the withdrawal process as comfortable and safe as possible.