Methadone withdrawal symptoms often mimic the flu and include a runny nose, watery eyes, chills, trembling, aches, and nausea. More on what to expect during methadone withdrawal here.
Signs of methadone addiction include lying to doctors, hiding methadone use, or developing an emotional attachment to methadone. More signs and symptoms of methadone addiction here.
What are the effects of mixing meth and alcohol? Can you overdose or die? More here on possible harms and warning for mixing meth with alcohol.
Tolerance to methadone is defined as the need for more methadone (amount or frequency) to achieve effect. But does methadone tolerance indicate methadone addiction? More here.
Do methadone and Suboxone work as a long-term solution for opiate addiction? Or do they do more harm than good? More on how methadone and Suboxone (buprenorphine) DO NOT treat the root of the opiate addiction epidemic here.
Methadone addiction is real. Help for methadone addiction includes detox, physical stabilization, and psychological treatment. Find more sources and learn about the course of treatment for methadone addiction here.
You can treat methadone addiction with a combination pharmaceutical and behavioral therapy approaches. But who to ask for help? More on how to treat methadone addiction here.
Meth overdose can occur from 100 mg – 5g of methamphetamine. Weight, general health, and tolerance all factor into the meth overdose equation. More on methamphetamine overdose here.
YES. Methadone is highly addictive. This is even the case when methadone is prescribed by a doctor. We review what methadone is made of, and how you get addicted to methadone here.
Methadone works by changing how the brain and body perceive pain. More on Methadone’s uses, side effects, and dangers here.