As an opiate Methadone has been vastly underestimated despite its ability to be highly addictive with severe withdrawal symptoms.
Methadone is often used as a medication to lessen the effect of opium-based addiction. During the past decade, this drug was increasingly prescribed as a painkiller for moderate to severe pain.
Although it's feared for its likelihood for abuse, it is accepted as a medication to combat a more harmful opioid addiction like heroin.
Individuals do not give much thought in to the impacts of Methadone on its patients.
Methadone Usage And The Side Effects
Ingesting it through the mouth in tablet and pill form is how Methadone is usually taken. Ingesting the drug or crushing it and forcing it in the body using a needle is prohibited by the law. The use of injections hosts other risks of venous diseases as well as transmission of diseases with sharing of injections. In case you're prepared to put a curb on Methadone addiction , you need not worry, call 0800 772 3971 and we will show where to begin.