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The ease of getting pills and the effects they have on the brain's chemistry are what make an opioid addiction so difficult for some people to face. Symptoms of an opioid abuse problem include the appearance of a tolerance level when using the drugs, intense cravings for the drug at all times, and various other signs. The dangers of an opioid addiction are very real and should be taken seriously. We know opioid abuse is a problem for many people, fortunately we offer online therapy with trained therapists who know how to handle an addiction to opioids. Before we get to information on how you can get some help with treatment, here is some more information on the types of opioids commonly available and some of the common signs of opioid abuse.
Common Types of Opioids
There are other types as well as specific brands that people abuse, but this list should give you an idea of what we're talking about when it comes to opioid addiction.
Symptoms of Opioid Addiction
These are the common signs of an addiction to opioids.
- A build up of tolerance - needing more and more to get the same effects - is one of the main signs of a problem with opioids.
- A craving of the drug when not intoxicated is enough to occupy all the thoughts of some people addicted to opioids.
- If various symptoms - usually the opposite effect of the particular opioid taken - occur when the drug isn't taken anymore it may be a sign of opioid abuse.
Dangers of Addiction to Opioids
An opioid addiction comes with many risks and dangers to the person using the drugs as well as all of the people around them. The cravings for the drugs become so powerful that it is hard to quit even when it's obvious there is a problem. This is why an addiction to opioids is such a serious problem. People who are addicted usually find a lot of other negative side effects are caused by opioid intoxication. From relationship problems to trouble with the law, there are non-physical points to consider when it comes to opioid abuse.
Treatment for Opioid Addiction
When it comes to treating an addiction to opioids, on GoMentor.com you can search and find therapists, whom you can also book online sessions with. Psychotherapy has been shown to be very helpful with people who are addicted to opioids. With help from therapists on GoMentor.com, you can take the first steps necessary to regain control of your life before opioids tear about your life and the lives of those around you.
Definition of Opioid Addiction
An opioid addiction is defined as a need or compulsion to take opioid drugs even when continued use has serious negative effects on a person's life. Symptoms of opioid addiction include a build up of tolerance, the appearance of withdrawal symptoms, and a constant preoccupation with the next high. Treatment for opioid addiction is available.
Symptoms of / Reasons for Opioid Addiction
- Withdrawal symptoms
- Craving for the next high
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