palladoneIF YOU BELIEVE SOMEONE CLOSE TO YOU IS ADDICTED TO DEXEDRINE, PLEASE CONTACT NATIONAL TREATMENT CENTERS FOR A FREE, CONFIDENTIAL, NO OBLIGATION CONSULTATION AND TREATMENT INFORMATION ON WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP YOUR LOVED ONE.

This analgesic narcotic also called by the brand name Hydromorphone Hydrochloride, falls under, antiussive, anesthesia adjunct, opioid analgesic category, and Schedule II of the Controlled Substances Act. Known by several names such as “drug store heroin” on the streets, Little D and Dillies, gives a piercing high similar to that of morphine, and has approximately 8 times more potent on a milligram basis than morphine to people and lasts for not more than 4hrs.

Dilaudid is particularly given for the relief of moderate to severe pain arising from such indications including burns, cancer, surgical pain, injury, heart attack, and other conditions.

However, being a highly abusive drug on its own, people often take Dilaudid tablet orally, crushed and then snort it, or dissolve in water and “cook” for intravenous injection for short lived euphoric intravenous rush, which is said to be very similar to heroin’s.

The symptoms of Dilaudid addiction are markedly similar to morphine, except that the euphoria is closer to codeine. Nausea and vomiting is quite rare, and sedation is practically non-existent. Generally, when given intravenously, Dialudid’s analgesic action is apparent within 15 minutes and remains in effect for more than 5 hours.

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Treatment
Pharmacological Approaches

Over the last few decades, studies have shown that drug addiction treatment works to reduce drug intake and crimes committed by drug-dependent people. Thus, the ultimate aim of all drug abuse treatment is to enable the patient to achieve lasting self-discipline, but the immediate goals are to reduce drug use, improve the patient’s ability to function, and minimize the medical and social difficulties of drug abuse. Today there are several medical treatments developed to deal with the sensitive emergencies resulting from excessive Dilaudid abuse.

Behavioral treatments

Behavioral therapies are found to be effective for Dilaudid addiction and other drug problems, including both residential and outpatient approaches. However, integration of both types of treatments is suggested, as it is very important to match the best treatment procedure to meet the needs of the patient.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is another approach. It plays an important role in the development and continuation of Dilaudid abuse and dependence. It endeavors to help patients to recognize, avoid, and cope with situations in which they are most likely to use Dilaudid.
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This analgesic narcotic also called by the brand name Hydromorphone Hydrochloride, falls under, antiussive, anesthesia adjunct, opioid analgesic category, and Schedule II of the Controlled Substances Act. Known by several names such as “drug store heroin” on the streets, Little D and Dillies, gives a piercing high similar to that of morphine, and has approximately 8 times more potent on a milligram basis than morphine to people and lasts for not more than 4hrs.

Particularly given for the relief of moderate to severe pain arising from such indications including burns, cancer, surgical pain, injury, heart attack, and other conditions, Dilaudid tablets are intended to be swallowed whole and are available in 1 mg, 2 mg, 3 mg, 4 mg, and 8 mg strengths for oral administration. Additionally it is the most commonly prescribed opioids for the relief of pain for the terminally ill due to its minimal side effects and high potency.

However, being a highly abusive drug on its own, people often take Dilaudid tablet orally, crushed and then snort it, or dissolve in water and “cook” for intravenous injection for short lived euphoric intravenous rush, which is said to be very similar to heroin’s. This rapidly leads to tolerance and users may experience radical withdrawal symptoms along with the most common side effects including anorexia, anxiety, constipation, dizziness, drowsiness, fear, impairment of mental and physical performance, inability to urinate, mental clouding, mood changes, nausea, restlessness, sedation, somnolence, sluggishness, troubled and slowed breathing, and vomiting.

The symptoms are markedly similar to morphine, except that the euphoria is closer to codeine. Nausea and vomiting is quite rare, and sedation is practically non-existent. Generally, when given intravenously, Dialudid’s analgesic action is apparent within 15 minutes and remains in effect for more than 5 hours.

Since rapid intravenous injection of Dilaudid increases the possibility of adverse effects, such as hypertension and respiratory depression, caution must be taken as with any narcotic analgesic agent, and the possibility of respiratory depression must be kept in mind. While under Dilaudid treatment, if a patient shows signs of hypersensitivity to Dilaudid, the treatment should stop immediately. Secondly, Dilaudid is a central nervous system depressant therefore; patients should not drink alcohol as it intensifies the effects of alcohol.

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