Dealing With Withdrawals?
Morphine is so addicting, making quitting difficult and withdrawal symptoms can be very severe. Those who try to quit or stop abruptly without the help of a team of licensed doctors are at risk of serious side effects, some of which can be serious. Those who consume morphine in significant amounts on a daily basis will experience more severe and dangerous withdrawal symptoms than those who abuse the drug in moderation and occasionally. It is not dangerous since you cannot consume it every day, addiction is a progressive disease and its symptoms will only get worse without professional intervention. Get treatment sooner rather than later is always the best option because your withdrawal symptoms will be less severe and you will get significant results with a shorter inpatient rehabilitation time. You will likely need to be in medical detox for more than two weeks and in-hospital rehab for more than three months. if you have abused small amounts of morphine for several months, the detox process can be completed in a week and the rehabilitation process in three months. Don’t hesitate to find the help you need, it will only make things difficult in the long run.