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Demerol Addiction

For those suffering from Demerol addiction or addiction to meperidine there are drug rehab centers that can provide treatment for the withdrawal from Demerol and other narcotics. Demerol is a narcotic that is in the same family as morphine and heroin but it has many similarities to Vicodin, Dilaudid and other opiates. In most cases, Demerol is administered in liquid form via injection but it is also available by prescription in pill form.

Demerol addiction usually begins when Demerol or meperidine is prescribed by a doctor for pain relief. Over time, the amount of Demerol that was once needed to relieve pain is no longer enough to provide the same effects and the addict will use more and more of the drug in an effort to get the same amount of relief, thus Demerol addiction sets in.

The negative effects of Demerol addiction include both physical and mental symptoms such as sweats, constipation, dry mouth, vomiting and an obsession with the drug. Drug rehab centers can provide treatment for the physical and mental effects of Demerol addiction in the form of detoxification, counseling and therapy sessions. For those who suffer from severe Demerol addiction, drug rehab centers understand the importance of gradual detoxification to eliminate the physical dependency of Demerol.

Like other opiates, Demerol withdrawal symptoms can include muscle pain, bone pain, insomnia, and convulsions or seizures. This is why it is important to seek the assistance of a qualified drug rehab center for the treatment of Demerol addiction. Such drug rehab centers will provide medical supervision and care when needed to help the addict safely detox from Demerol.

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