How long do opiate withdrawal effects last?

Answer Opiate withdrawal can be a painful process which causes cold sweats, nausea, diarrhea, anxiety, depression and much more. Depending on the user's intake of opiates, withdrawal can last anywhere fro... Read More »

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How long does an opiate withdrawal usually last?

Withdrawal symptoms caused by discontinuing the use of opiates---heroin, morphine, codeine, Oxycontin, methadone, Dilaudid---typically begin within 12 hours of the last usage (heroin) and 30 hours ... Read More »

How long do opiate withdrawals last?

Opiate withdrawal occurs when heavy opiate users abruptly stop or dramatically cut down their opiate intake. The effects of withdrawal can last anywhere from three to six days, depending on how muc... Read More »

How to Endure the Pain of Opiate Withdrawal?

This article is to help those who have made the hard decision to kick the opiate habit and want tips on making withdrawal a little less painful.

Does opiate withdrawal cause hair loss?

According to Medline Plus, hair loss is not one of the side effects of opiate withdrawal. The most common side effects are anxiety, muscle aches, insomnia, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, sweating, c... Read More »