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Tramadol is a strong painkiller prescribed by medical professionals to relieve pain that accompanies injuries.

While Tramadol can only be accessed when a prescription is provided, research collected by the Drug Enforcement Administration confirms that more than 3.2 million adults use Tramadol for non-medical purposes.

What Is a Tramadol Addiction?

Tramadol drug addictions are essentially dependencies that form when Tramadol is used and abused for a substantial period. However, as with many other prescription drugs, Tramadol should only be consumed for a short period due to its addictiveness.

Preventing users from feeling pain, many come to rely on Tramadol as they believe that without the drug, pain will be excruciating, even upon making a full recovery from the condition that initially required treatment.

 

What Are The Effects Of Tramadol Addiction?

Tramadol is classed as an opiate drug. As a result, many of the short and long term effects of Tramadol addictions are similar to those experienced when Methadone addictions arise.

The short term side effects of Tramadol addiction often surface four to six hours after consumption. Including sensations such as nausea, insomnia, drowsiness and anxiety, the short term effects of Tramadol usually alleviate naturally.

However, many individuals find it extremely difficult to cope with the short term effects of Tramadol addiction. As a result, they consume Tramadol continuously. Sadly, doing so gives way to many long term side effects.

The long term side effects of Tramadol addiction include impaired cognitive function, seizures, respiratory problems, hallucinations, depression, irregular heartbeat, liver damage and kidney damage.

What Are The Treatment Options For Tramadol Addiction?

Treatment options for Tramadol addiction include, but are not limited to, the following;

The treatments provided for Tramadol addictions are dependent on many factors, such as the severity of an addiction, the physical side effects experienced, the psychological side effects and whether dual diagnosis treatment is required.

 

Tramadol Addiction Treatment and Drug Rehab At Asana Lodge

At Asana Lodge, we provide Tramadol addiction treatment & rehab to individuals from all corners of the United Kingdom. Unlike treatment provided by other rehabs, our treatment focuses on restoring brain and body health.

When it comes to securing Tramadol addiction treatment & rehab, we ensure that all of our clients are provided with personalised treatment and care. As no addiction is the same, this is of utmost importance if a long term recovery is to be secured.

If you require Tramadol addiction treatment & rehab, we can offer you treatment on a residential basis.

Although we cannot determine the exact treatment you will need upon entering our rehab without conducting a clinical assessment, we appreciate that a lack of understanding surrounding Tramadol addiction treatment & rehab may leave you hesitant to contact us. As a result, we have outlined our treatment options for Tramadol addictions below.

Detoxification
Detoxification at our residential rehab is medically induced. Administered via oral medication, detoxification encourages the brain and body to withdraw from Tramadol.

While detoxification can be uncomfortable, at Asana Lodge, we have various treatments on hand to alleviate the symptoms that often arise when detoxification is administered.

Rehabilitation

From cognitive behavioural therapy to motivational interviewing and Satori Chair Therapy, our rehabilitation programmes combine a wide range of well-being therapies that are not yet offered elsewhere.

Though the therapies and treatments encountered are dependent on the psychological ramifications that Tramadol addiction has, all of our therapies see clients encouraged to understand the cause of their addiction to ensure those coping strategies can be devised. Our therapies also help our clients navigate their recovery and determine how their recovery can be maintained.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment
As many addictions arise from mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, at Asana Lodge, dual diagnosis treatment is commonly administered when Tramadol addiction treatment & rehab is required.

Dual diagnosis treatment combines addiction and mental health treatments to ensure that both disorders can be overcome simultaneously.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Causes Tramadol Addiction?

Like many other addictions, Tramadol addictions often arise when a mental health disorder, trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder or stress obstructs an individual’s everyday life. Tramadol is also thought to be somewhat addictive. As confirmed by the NHS, due to the addictiveness of Tramadol, if the drug is required for more than a few weeks, medical professionals often provide a treatment plan that outlines how to stop consuming Tramadol. Sadly, this advice and guidance is often overlooked, and addictions regrettably arise.

What Are The Most Common Signs and Symptoms Of Tramadol Addiction?

The most common symptoms of Tramadol addiction include shallow breathing, dizziness, slow heartbeat, feeling cold, nausea, fatigue and weakness. If a Tramadol addiction is impairing your life, in addition to experiencing the symptoms noted above, you will consume large quantities of Tramadol on a frequent basis. You will come to rely on Tramadol, and you will find it extremely difficult to navigate your day to day responsibilities without Tramadol.

What Happens If A Tramadol Addiction Is Left Untreated?

Left untreated, Tramadol addictions can be fatal. Not only will physical and psychological side effects arise, but long term illnesses are often experienced. While treatment is available for the side effects and illnesses that come hand-in-hand with Tramadol addictions, in many instances, treatment can only reduce these. Unfortunately, due to the effects that Tramadol has on an individual’s psychological health, when left untreated, Tramadol addictions can also cause relationships to break down.


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