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Vicodin Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms

After people addicted to Vicodin have decided to stop taking the drug, they often begin to experience Vicodin addiction withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms occur within a 24 hour period, and they can be accompanied by the need to take more Vicodin to relieve the discomfort. These symptoms are the reason that people have such a difficult time refraining from taking this drug when they desire to do so, and it is often advised that people not try to stop on their own.

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Early Vicodin Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms

One common symptom is agitation. With this symptom, people feel overly stimulated, and nothing they do relieves themselves of these feelings other than taking more Vicodin. Another symptom is anxiety when the addict feels nervous or generally afraid without having an object of the fear to blame other than the Vicodin withdrawal. They may also have trouble sleeping at night.

Vicodin addiction withdrawal symptoms can affect different parts of the body. Sometimes, people will suffer from aches and pains in their muscles. They may notice that their eyes are producing tears much more than they did before the withdrawal symptoms began. During this time, the nasal membranes may become inflamed and produce excessive mucus secretions. Even though the temperature may not be increasing, those suffering from Vicodin withdrawal symptoms may begin to sweat profusely. They also may notice that they are yawning a lot more than they ordinarily do.

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Late Vicodin Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms

After the withdrawal has been allowed to progress, the addict will begin to experience even more Vicodin addiction withdrawal symptoms. One of them is pain in the abdomen. This may be accompanied by diarrhea and/or nausea and vomiting.

Those experiencing Vicodin withdrawal symptoms should not be surprised to see that their pupils are dilated even though they have not visited the eye doctor. They may also notice that their skin is covered in goose bumps, although they did not walk into a cooler environment.

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The Detoxification Process

In order for people to successfully recover from their Vicodin addictions, physicians advise that they not stop taking the drug without going through the detoxification process first. Addicts can enter into an in-patient program where they will be surrounded by medical professionals who will be able to administer drugs to make the Vicodin addiction withdrawal symptoms bearable. Once this has been completed, those addicted to Vicodin will be on their way to recovery.

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