Methadose Related Topics

Methadose (methadone) is an opioid medication most commonly used in treatment programs for patients with opioid addiction. It is effective in the treatment of opioid withdrawal symptoms, but like any other opioid, methadone can also become addictive. Taking higher than prescribed doses or using methadone recreationally can lead to tolerance, dependence and withdrawal. Opioid addiction can be nearly impossible to overcome without professional treatment. If you think you’re addicted to opioids, get help as soon as you can. To find out more about treatment programs, call the experts at The Recovery Village. Call today to speak to a representative.


Methadose Related Topics

Methadose OverdoseMethadose is a brand name of the synthetic opioid methadone. Methadose is an analgesic pain reliever. It’s commonly prescribed to treat pain and for maintenance therapy, thereby helping opioid-dependent individuals gradually reduce their drug reliance.
Methadose Mixing It and AlcoholCombining Methadose and alcohol can lead to life-threatening side effects. The primary risk factor for Methadose use is severe respiratory depression. Mixing Methadose with other central nervous system depressants such as alcohol can greatly increase the risk of severe respiratory depression.

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