Hydrocodone Abuse Signs & Symptoms

Spot the symptoms and signs of hydrocodone abuse and addiction.

Hydrocodone Addiction Symptoms and Warning Signs

Hydrocodone can be bought illegally but abuse usually starts with a prescription. Since these can be prescribed sometimes it is difficult to realize if you or a loved one is addicted. When all you can think about is how you are going to get more and stopping use causes you withdrawal symptoms, you should reach out for help getting clean. If you have started stealing medications, buying the medication from someone else or off the street, or “doctor shopping,” visiting multiple doctors complaining about pain so you get multiple prescriptions, then the Medical staff at Recovery Ways is ready to help you. Hydrocodone will show up on a drug test.

Hydrocodone Addiction Withdrawals and other substance abuse issues.

We work with one of the best medical detox facilities in Utah.

To treat inhalant abuse symptoms and other substance addiction problems, Recovery Ways offers the following programs and recovery plans:

Short Term Effects

  • Euphoria
  • Constricted pupils, overdose has dilated pupils
  • Nausea, vomiting, constipation
  • Slowed breathing, drowsiness, lightheadedness
  • Unconscious, coma
  • Swelling in the face or throat
  • Depression
  • Itching, rashes
  • Dry mouth
  • Seizures

Are you or someone you love showing signs of addiction?

If so, our admissions team is here to review your insurance benefits and help place you or a loved one in the best hydrocodone rehab treatment setting possible.

Long Term Effects

  • Hypoxia (not enough oxygen to the brain), coma, permanent brain damage
  • Increased chances for a heart attack
  • Increased risk of infections
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Coma, death
  • Depression

Learn how hydrocodone abuse is treated in a rehab setting and the importance of detox detox.

Hydrocodone addiction treatment is available.

If you need help with substance abuse, Recovery Ways offers highly effective dual-diagnosis, hydrocodone addiction care. Our coordinators are available 24/7 to start the admissions process and get you the treatment you need. Benefits specialists can review your insurance to find out if it will cover any the costs associated with rehab.

If you’re ready to make a change, please call 1-888-986-7848.

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