Tramadol is a form of opioid pain medication that can be used for treating moderate to more severe pain. It is marketed as Ultram and it can provide pain relief within about an hour of being administered. Tramadol has two purposes: to bind to the μ-opioid receptor and secondly to inhibit the reuptake of serotonin and norepinephrine.
Tramadol is oral medication that should be taken every 4-6 hours or as required for pain relief. It can be taken with or without food and the dosage should always be taken based on your current medical condition and how you are responding to treatment. The maximum recommended dose is 400 milligrams per day and 300 milligrams per day for the over 75s. It’s important to follow your doctor’s instructions carefully and to avoid taking the medication any longer than necessary. Resource: WebMd.
Tramadol may be effective but it’s also associated with health risks and the US Food and Drug Administration have investigated the dangers it can pose, especially to children aged 17 and younger who were treated with this opioid analgesic drug. It’s also believed that certain individuals may convert opioids faster than others if they have a genetic variation that causes the tramadol to convert into the active form of the opiate faster than usual. Other contraindications include seizures, anaphylactoid reactions, respiratory depression and suicide risk.
If you’ve tried everything and have found yourself at the very end of your rope… do not despair. Rapid Tramadol detox can help you climb back into a fulfilling life. At MDS Drug Detox, we have established a unique therapy that is intended to help you recover from addiction in only three to four days. The rapid Tramadol detox techniques offered at MDS Drug Detox ensure that each patient gets the utmost care at our private treatment facility.
Patients that undergo our rapid Tramadol detox are placed under sedation in order to bypass the body’s awareness of the most agonizing withdrawal symptoms. With the worst of the symptoms taking place while patients are sedated, the pain of overcoming addiction is diminished. Our procedure, performed in a modern hospital setting by a board-certified anesthesiologist, is designed so that patients can detox from Tramadol safely and surrounded by people who care.
Although Tramadol is not a controlled substance and is considered a non-narcotic pain reliever, it has highly addictive properties and many frightening side effects that were downplayed when the drug first hit the market. Since Tramadol is also a serotonin releaser, a self-detox is especially difficult because stopping the drug can cause seizures and depression, among other symptoms. If you want to be freed from addiction but feel afraid to attempt detox from Tramadol alone, staff and physicians at MDS Drug Detox will be there with you every step of the way to help you end the cycle as safely as possible.
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Detox from Tramadol with MDS. Our rapid Tramadol detox technique works in tandem with Naltrexone therapy so that you are not trading one addictive drug for another. Since Naltrexone blocks opiates, it helps your body stop feeling cravings as well as prevents your brain from feeling the effects of opiates. Although rapid Tramadol detox will liberate you from addiction in less than a week, Naltrexone therapy will keep you liberated. We firmly recommend that all patients continue Naltrexone therapy for six months to a year in order to maintain your renewed health.
When you take a long, hard look at yourself… what do you see? Is it a scared, broken, hopeless human being that has nowhere to turn? The truth is that you do have somewhere to turn. Drug addiction controls your life. Our rapid Tramadol detox procedure will help you take back control so that the reins are in your hands. If you’re ready to finally reclaim your life, consider the benefits of our rapid Tramadol detox program:
At MDS Drug Detox, you are more than just a patient with a drug addiction. Our staff and physicians see you as a person who has stumbled down a darkly harrowing road and needs help finding their way home. The private, intimate, and all-inclusive care administered at our rapid Tramadol detox facility, by a professional board-certified anesthesiologist and medical doctor, ensure that your safety and healthy future is our first priority.
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If you’re finally ready to take the next step towards your new life, the time for action is now. You can end your Tramadol addiction with our rapid Tramadol detox procedure in only three to four days. Pick up the phone right now and dial 888.637.6968. Ann Mekani, our Admission Counselor, is ready to answer any questions you may have, as well as discuss our program, your options, what you can expect. Don’t wait to call. Your life is too important.
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