Opiate Withdrawals

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Heroin & Opioid Withdrawals

How does withdrawal work?

If you use opiates for an extended period of time, your body becomes desensitized to the drug. This means you’ll need more of it to feel its effects.

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Long-Term Usage

Extended use of opiates changes the structure of nerve cells in your brain. These cells will begin to need the drug just to function properly. When you stop using opiates abruptly, your body will react, leading to symptoms of withdrawal.

Opiate withdrawal occurs in two phases.  The first phase includes a number of symptoms, such as:

  • muscle aches
  • restlessness
  • anxiety
  • agitation
  • tearing eyes
  • runny nose
  • excessive sweating
  • sleeplessness
  • excessive yawning
  • low energy

The second phase is marked by:

  • diarrhea
  • abdominal cramps
  • nausea and vomiting
  • dilated pupils
  • rapid heartbeat
  • goose bumps

These initial phases, which can last anywhere from a week to a month, can be followed by long-term withdrawal symptoms. Long-term symptoms are often less physical in nature and may involve emotional or behavioral issues.

Your best option is to locate a Heroin/Opioid Treatment Center near you and get checked in.  Use the website below to find your nearest treatment center.


Heroin treatment Center





2 thoughts on “Opiate Withdrawals

  1. You need a professional help if you are trying to get out from addiction.

    I’m glad that you mention another resource where people can find their nearest help center.

    Withdrawal is nasty. If you can find support, you will get through it a little bit easier. Just hang in there and you will beat the addiction.

    1. I totally agree, people need as much support and professional help as possible. Thanks for our comment.

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