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- Excessive sleepiness
- Muscle weakness
- Sleep disturbances
- Changes in heart rate
- Compulsive, out-of-control drug use
- Trying to stop using Hyslinga and not being able to
- Putting oneself or others in dangerous situations, especially rated to drug use
- Developing a tolerance and dependence on Hyslinga
- Using Hyslinga even when there are negative outcomes or health effects
- Making Hyslinga a top priority
- Declining performance at school or work
- Failing to meet responsibilities
- Withdrawing from daily life
- Problems with relationships
- Financial and legal problems related to substance use
According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 5th Addition, for someone to be diagnosed with an opioid use disorder, they should have at least two of 11 defined symptoms within a single year. Addiction is believed to occur along a continuum as well. For example, someone can be diagnosed with a mild, moderate or severe addiction to Hyslinga. This determination is based on the number of addiction symptoms a person displays.
- Damage to the brain, respiratory and cardiac systems
- Increased pain sensitivity
- Chronic constipation
- Reproductive and hormonal problems
- Psychiatric symptoms and disorders like depression and anxiety
- Breathing problems
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