A Guide to Fentanyl Addiction Recovery with Luxe Recovery

A Guide to Fentanyl Addiction Recovery with Luxe Recovery

What is Fentanyl, and Why is it Addictive?

Signs of Fentanyl Addiction

Physical Signs

  • Respiratory depression: One of the most dangerous side effects is that breathing can become shallow or even stop.
  • Persistent sedation: Individuals may seem excessively tired or have difficulty staying awake.
  • Pinpoint pupils: The pupils may appear much smaller than usual.
  • Nausea and vomiting: Especially after taking a dose more significant than one is used to.
  • Constipation: A common side effect of many opioids.
  • Itching or flushed skin: Some people may scratch frequently or appear redder than usual.
  • Withdrawal symptoms: When not on the drug, individuals might experience sweating, shaking, nausea, and anxiety.

Behavioral Signs

  • Secrecy or deceit: Individuals might hide their drug use or lie about the amount they’re consuming.
  • Changes in social circles: They may start associating with others abusing drugs.
  • Neglecting responsibilities: A decline in performance at work or school and neglecting familial or personal duties.
  • Increased tolerance: Needing more of the drug to achieve the same effect leading to increased consumption.
  • Unsuccessful attempts to quit: They might find it incredibly challenging to stop using the drug despite wanting to.

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