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Withdrawal as a predisposing factor

Discussion in 'Opiate Withdrawal Treatment' started by remnant, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. remnant

    remnant Community Champion

    Opiate withdrawal symptoms can intensify at night when one is sleeping resulting in sweating, insomnia and other discomforts. To ameliorate this, a recovering addict can be sucked into a secondary addiction by taking sleep inducing drugs like piriton and soon finds himself addicted to them which would herald a fresh headache.