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Solpadol Side Effects

What is Solpadol used for? The drug is classified among other analgesics or pain killers and prescribed to patients to treat intense pain. Solpadol combines paracetamol, a pain reliever, and a fever reducer. Plus, codeine, a narcotic analgesic, creates a substance that has powerful effects on the brain and body. Essentially, codeine and paracetamol are two drugs that are combined to make Solpadol. The drug is highly addictive and is meant to be prescribed and consumed with caution.  

What Causes Solpadol Addiction?  

A paracetamol dosage or a high dose of Solpadol is prescribed by a doctor and purchased over the counter. The paracetamol brand name is a bit more well-known; however, it’s highly addictive like Solpadol. As a result, many people will misuse the substance and build a tolerance to the drug.   After abusing the prescribed deadline, tolerance and craving for the drug tend to result in purchasing the substance from family members or on the street. Again, the medication is meant to treat severe pain and mellow symptoms from injury. However, the relaxing sensations and numb-like effects provoke users to keep misusing the drug.  

What Are the Side Effects of Solpadol?  

Whether a person is crushing Solpadol tablets and snorting them or taking them orally, the negative effects are undesired. The increasing health risks stem away from dilated pupils and drowsiness and become more severe depending on how much and how frequently a person uses.  

Solpadol’s side effects include:  

  • Cramping 
  • Seizures 
  • Dry mouth 
  • Muscle damage 
  • Chronic depression 
  • Nausea and vomiting 
  • Liver or kidney damage  
  • Uncontrollable sweating 
  • Low blood pressure and heart rate 

The withdrawal process can be painful and exhausting since some symptoms include excessive yawning, chills, irregular heartbeat, elevated blood pressure, and extreme restlessness. Addiction can lead to overdose or long-term health complications, which are preventable if a person seeks prescription drug addiction treatment sooner rather than later. If a person is displaying signs of risky behavior, lying, stealing, or forging signatures, there is a high possibility they are abusing drugs.  

What are the signs of Solpadol addiction?

Signs of addiction to Solpadol include persistent use of the medication despite experiencing negative side effects such as vomiting or changes in bowel habits. Addiction may also be indicated by continued consumption of Solpadol beyond the period prescribed by a healthcare provider, which can lead to its misuse and potential abuse. Additionally, noticeable behavioral changes in an individual, such as increased secrecy or efforts to conceal their medication, are common indicators of a physical dependence on Solpadol.

How is Solpadol addiction treated at Faith In Recovery Treatment Centers?

At Faith In Recovery, Solpadol addiction is managed through a carefully monitored detoxification program. The medical team at the Delaware center ensures a secure and pristine environment conducive to recovery. The challenging withdrawal symptoms typically peak from the second to the fourth day of detoxification. The center's medical staff are well-equipped to handle these symptoms effectively, providing a comprehensive approach to addiction treatment, including specialized programs for various substance addictions such as opioids and cocaine. For those seeking treatment for prescription pill addiction, Faith In Recovery offers expert counseling and support. Interested individuals are encouraged to contact the facility directly to learn more about the treatment options available, including telehealth services which offer flexibility in scheduling to accommodate the needs of those in recovery. Immediate action is recommended to begin the journey towards recovery.

Recovery at Banyan’s Faith in Recovery Program  

Medical detox may be necessary to help the patient manage withdrawal symptoms and flush out the chemicals before beginning the necessary treatment. Faith in Recovery offers such services through our Christian drug rehabilitation approach.  Through a mixture of prayer and proven effective counseling, our Christian-based recovery programs offer support for those struggling with a prescription pill addiction.   For further information about our Christ-centered addiction treatment, contact Faith in Recovery at 888-280-4763. 

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