Norco drug Addiction
In order to explain Rapid Norco Detox, first, we would like to explain the Norco opiate drug. Norco is one of the brand names of Hydrocodone. Other brand names include Vicodin, Anexia, Dolcet and Lorcet. Norco is an opiate that is used as a pain reliever for moderate to severe pain. Norco is made up of both Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen. The drug is taken orally and is commonly found in tablet and capsule form. Norco is a Schedule II controlled substance in the United States because of its tendency to cause addiction and the ease with which it can be abused.
When taken in large doses, Norco can cause a feeling of intense relaxation and numbness. Because of its widespread availability, most recreational use of Norco is found among teenagers and young adults.
Norco Addiction Side Effects
Large or continuous consumption of Norco can cause the following side effects: dizziness, pain, weakness, insomnia, restless legs, constipation, vomiting, twitching and a lowered sex drive. Long-term use of Norco has been found to significantly decrease testosterone levels in men and cause menstrual irregularity in women.
Symptoms of Norco overdose include seizures, widened pupils, extreme drowsiness, cardiac arrest, coma and death.
Norco is particularly dangerous when mixed with other opiate drugs such as alcohol, cocaine, amphetamines and barbiturates. Serious reactions include heart failure, heart attack, extremely slowed breathing, liver or kidney failure, amnesia, seizures, blackout and coma.
Norco Withdrawal Symptoms
Norco users attempting to do a Norco detoxification without the supervision of a qualified doctor, may feel: severe pain, a pins and needles sensation throughout body, sweating, extreme anxiety and restlessness, vomiting, diarrhea, involuntary leg movements and extreme drug cravings. The severe withdrawal symptoms can last for about four to six weeks. The residual depression, insomnia and weakness may persist for months.
MDS Rapid Norco Detox
With our rapid Norco detox and Naltrexone therapy you can be addiction free in three to four days and feeling well within a week. You can have a drug free, opiate free, craving free life and go back to you family or work without symptoms of withdrawals.
We can manage your addiction in a totally confidential modern hospital environment with every safety measure taken. Our staff will surround you with care from the moment you call us and we will be there for you for as long as you need us.
We strongly suggest that you stay with the Naltrexone therapy for at least six to twelve month to reinforce your new clean life.