When you are addicted or dependent on any substance, you can feel trapped, hopeless and alone. You may be reluctant to reach out and ask for help, or you may feel embarrassed, ashamed or fearful.

Addiction to pain medication is a huge problem today. People of all ages, from high school kids to senior citizens are struggling with this debilitating and life-threatening problem. Medications like Tramadol are highly addictive and habit-forming and come with an array of side effects and risks.

If you or someone you love is trying to cope with Tramadol addiction, a Stuart, Florida Tramadol detox center can help.

The Current Painkiller Problem

young adult in active tramadol addiction

Today, people are prescribed pain medications regularly for things like toothaches, neck and back pain, headaches and to alleviate pain post-surgery. People often seek help for chronic pain problems and busy doctors who don’t have the time or resources to get to the source of the pain often simply prescribe narcotic pain relievers. People will often take these pain relievers for months and not think anything of it.

Because pain relievers are so widely used and prescribed, there tends to be a casual attitude toward them. People often give them to friends who are in pain, or to help them relax. This casual attitude toward prescription painkillers combined with the high rate of prescriptions has contributed greatly to the current painkiller addiction problem.

Tramadol Abuse And Addiction

Tramadol is typically prescribed to treat mild to moderate pain. Tramadol is a synthetic opiate that has the potential to create physical and psychological dependency, even when taken as prescribed.

Although Tramadol is considered less potent than many other opioid pain medications, it is still a powerful narcotic that can cause breathing and heart problems, overdose and death.

It is also highly addictive. Because of the nature of the medication, regular or prolonged use of Tramadol can lead to physical dependence. This means that your body has developed a need for the drug, and without it, you will experience withdrawal symptoms.

In addition, Tramadol gives users a euphoric high and feelings of relaxation and well-being. These feelings are also addictive, and people who take Tramadol may begin to abuse it so they can get more of that feeling.

Addiction and dependence can sneak up on you. It may not be until you start to get sick that you realize you have developed a problem. You may realize there is a problem when you run out of Tramadol and become frantic to get more.

For a while, you may be able to get refills for your prescription, but if they aren’t lasting or if your doctor is refusing to refill your prescription, this is a good indication that you have a problem and you need help from a Tramadol Detox Center.

Signs You Need A Tramadol Detox Center

Sometimes you don’t realize you have a problem with Tramadol, or you simply don’t want to believe that you do. It’s understandable. However, continued abuse of Tramadol or any other opioid increases your chances of overdose or other dangerous health problems. Not only that, but addiction can ruin your life, causing you and your family huge problems.

The sooner you can get help from a Stuart, Florida Tramadol detox center, the better. Here are some signs that you need help:

  • You are not using Tramadol as directed. Example: Using more Tramadol than prescribed. You are taking your next dose sooner than you are supposed to, or running out of your prescription too soon.
  • Taking Tramadol, even though it isn’t prescribed to you.
  • You are purchasing Tramadol because your prescription has run out and you can’t get more from your doctor.
  • You find yourself going to more than one doctor, or going to the emergency room in the hopes of being given or prescribed more Tramadol.
  • Taking other opiate medications, or using illicit opiates such as heroin.
  • Mixing Tramadol with other drugs or alcohol.
  • Spending money on Tramadol that you would or should spend on other things.
  • Driving under the influence of Tramadol.
  • Avoiding family or friends, especially if they have expressed concern.
  • Lying about or minimizing your Tramadol use.
  • Lacking interest in normal activities, spending more time isolating.
  • You get sick when you go too long without taking Tramadol.

How A Florida Tramadol Detox Center Can Help

If you have tried to quit taking Tramadol but couldn’t, a Tramadol detox center can help you overcome your problem and take back your life. If you are struggling with addiction, the most important thing is to get the support and tools that you need to succeed, and Coastal Detox Center can offer that.

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It is never a good idea to abruptly stop taking painkillers like Tramadol on your own. Severe withdrawal symptoms can occur and aside from being highly unpleasant, can result in health complications. Not only that but because quitting opiates “cold turkey” is so difficult, people often relapse after a short period of time. This cycle of attempts to quit followed by relapse can take a huge toll on your body and your mental health.

Why put yourself through that when you can get help from a luxurious medical detox facility that offers the highest level of care, cutting-edge treatments and therapies and warm, comfortable atmosphere.

Medically assisted detox helps you avoid the severe symptoms of detox, allowing you to rest comfortably. This puts less stress on your body, and less stress on your mind. Being in a safe, supportive and confidential environment gives you additional peace of mind and increases your chances of completing detox successfully.

How To Sail Through Detox”

Coastal Detox Center offers you the opportunity to “sail through detox” with the help of our state of the art, 12,500 square foot medical detox facility. You’ll stay in luxurious accommodations in a serene, tropical setting on Florida’s Treasure Coast. Caring, professional staff are on hand 24 hours a day to help you in any way they can, and counselors are available to help you through the process. Nurture your body with delicious, chef-prepared meals. Holistic treatments such as yoga, massage, chiropractic care and biofeedback help you get through the detox process and revitalize your body, mind, and spirit. If you are ready to overcome Tramadol addiction, contact Coastal Detox Center today to schedule a confidential consultation.