Is Methadone For Withdrawal Symptoms Of Metafetamine Or Clonazepam?
Can methadone also handle withdrawal of methafetamen (Sabu) or withdrawal of other psychotic drugs such as Clonazepam …?
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Today, drugs are becoming a trend even among teenagers. Drug abuse usually begins with trial and error in the social environment and then addiction and then dependence.
Drug abuse can result in symptoms of poisoning / intoxication when the drug is consumed exceeds the body's acceptable limits. Drug abuse can also result in withdrawal symptoms that occur when you stop using the drug. Symptoms of withdrawal occur as an effect of drug dependence.
Illegal drugs that are consumed by drug users can be:
Opioids: heroin, morphine Amphetamines Cocaine Cannabis Benzodiazepines etc. Methadone is a drug used for opioid dependence therapy (heroin, morphine). Each illegal drug has its own characteristics so that the treatment used for poisoning and dependence is not the same between one drug and another. As with methadone, this drug is only used for opioid dependence and cannot be used for other drug dependencies, including as you mentioned, amphetamines and benzodiazepines (clonazepam).
Symptoms of withdrawal in opioids include:
Nausea and vomiting Diarrhea Muscle and joint aches Abdominal pain High blood pressure Heart palpitations Sleep disorders Depression Difficulty focusing etc. Drugs have a very bad effect on a person. These impacts can take the form of dropping out of school, going to prison, social problems, learning disabilities, work disorders, poverty, and even death due to the effects of drugs.
Sometimes a person uses drugs to get temporary pleasure and calm, for example when he is experiencing depression or anxiety.
However, this sheer pleasure is really not worth the long-term bad effects of using drugs. So, you should avoid using drugs, even if the initial intention was just experimenting. If you are already using it, you should immediately consult a psychiatrist so that rehabilitation can be done immediately before something unwanted occurs, such as poisoning (intoxication) or withdrawal.
To help maintain psychological health so that it is not easy for psychological disorders to occur which can be the cause of drug use, the following things should be done:
Don't harbor problems. Share things that have happened to you or your anxieties with a close family or friend you can trust. The suggestions they provide may reduce your burden and provide solutions to your problems. Get closer to God. Do a hobby that you enjoy doing. Doing physical activity that you like can increase the hormone endorphine and reduce sadness or anxiety. Relax with deep breathing techniques for 5 seconds while inhaling or exhaling. Do it over and over. Do meditation-type sports such as yoga, pilates. Get enough rest, sleep 7-8 hours a day. Limit consumption of cigarettes, caffeine and alcoholic beverages.
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