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Opiate Withdrawal Stages And Timeline [INFOGRAPHIC]

What is Opiate?

Opiate or Opioids is a combination of a drug. It majorly affects the human brain that suffers from dangerous and powerful drugs.

Early withdrawal symptoms:

  • Cravings
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle aches
  • Fever
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Sleep disruption


Later Stage withdrawal symptoms:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting


  • Goosebumps
  • Stomach pain


Opiate Withdrawal Stages And Timeline [INFOGRAPHIC]

Last Update : June 25, 2021


Can you leave the rehabilitation center?

You can leave the rehab any time, no one will compel you to stay at the rehab. However, dedication and continued treatment are required to fight addiction and achieve a sober life.

What are the Stages of Addiction?

There are various stages of addictions. The initial stage is the functioning individual with the addiction. The most common scenario is they have a job and their relationships are intact, but their health is depleting slowly because of their dependence.

What are narcotics and why people get it?

Narcotic analgesics (painkillers) are drugs that can reduce pain, cause numbness and/ or induce a state of unconsciousness. They have the tendency to cause tolerance and addiction

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