Stadol Addiction

Written by Michael Federico
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Stadol addiction has escalated in America alongside addiction to other painkillers such as OxyContin and Percocet. Stadol is an analgesic prescribed for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. Often used by those recovering from surgery or fighting chronic migraines, it is either inhaled as a nasal spray, or injected into the buttock. Stadol is highly addictive, so its use must be monitored closely.

Like most addictions, Stadol addiction is both a physical and psychological one. It can alter a user's perception of pain, allowing them to carry on even though they are fully aware the pain exists. This creates a link in the user's mind between the pill and physical comfort. If not kept in check, the user can develop the belief that comfort cannot be experienced without the pill, and once this occurs, Stadol addiction is not far behind.

Treatment for Stadol Addiction
Rehab centers and drug therapies are as varied as the addictions they treat, but as advances in science are made, doctors have developed methods that attempt to rid the patient of physical addiction while allowing them to avoid the trauma of withdrawal. Although these methods of rapid detox are not widely practiced, they are gaining popularity as traditional detox centers suffer from extremely low success rates.

Information on Stadol addiction as well as addiction to all forms of pain killers can be gathered on the Internet. Health sites dedicated to presenting the differences between the diverse forms of treatment feature specialists' perspectives and often post accounts from former patients. These sites can help those who struggle with addiction to find a treatment that may be successful for them.


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