Percocet Addiction

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Addiction is a chronic disease that deeply affects the way our mind and body functions. It is not uncommon for the byproducts of addiction to result in negative outcomes in almost all areas of someone’s life.  Addiction is a progressive, fatal disease, but treatable.

Percocet is a prescription painkiller in which the active elements are acetaminophen and oxycodone. It is used to alleviate moderate to severe pain associated with an injury, surgery or dental work and including conditions with an accompanying fever. Due to the extremely addictive nature of oxycodone, Percocet abuse has become a widespread problem and should be treated at a professional Percocet treatment therapy centre. Even when used as prescribed, it is possible to develop a problem with Percocet abuse.

Percocet Abuse Symptoms

Percocet abuse can easily lead to a Percocet addiction and progressively cause devastating effects on overall health and other facets of life. Here are some of the signs and symptoms of Percocet abuse:

  • Isolation from friends and family
  • Regularly missing work or school
  • Deteriorating performance at work or school
  • Frequent trips to more than one doctor or hospital emergency with fake pain or illness
  • Frequently borrowing or stealing money
  • Lost interest in hobbies or other activities
  • No appetite
  • Extreme sweating
  • Mood changes, confusion
  • Sleepiness
  • Headaches
  • Pinpoint pupils
  • Increased tolerance of the drug

Percocet abuse and addiction can happen to anyone whatever their age, sex, race, social or economic status. If you, or someone you care about is displaying any of these signs it may be time to seek professional help at a treatment centre.

Percocet Abuse Effects

Percocet abuse has many negative long-term health effects, including:

  • Loss of liver function
  • Kidney disease and failure
  • Urinary retention – inability to empty bladder
  • Chronic constipation
  • Osteoporosis – bone loss
  • Weakened immune system
  • Decreased testosterone in men
  • Physical and psychological addiction
  • Respiratory failure
  • Infection
  • Muscle pain and weakness
  • Flu-like symptoms like gastrointestinal upset and fever
  • Diminished mental capacity
  • Overdose
  • Death

 If you, or a loved one is struggling with Percocet abuse, take the first step and give us a call, or schedule a free, no obligation consultation on Percocet abuse treatment therapy.