Do you suspect you may have developed physical addiction to Percocet? Read this article to learn how physical Percocet addiction is formed, how you can recognize it, and treat it.
Looking for Percocet addiction help? Learn more about appropriate Percocet addiction treatment options and get help today. More here.
Symptoms of Percocet addiction include doctor shopping, non-prescription use, and continued use of Percocet despite negative life consequences. More signs here.
Percocet abuse includes taking more Percocet than prescribed, or for longer periods than intended. Or using Percocet in ways other than prescribed (snorting, smoking, injecting). More on what Percocet abuse is here.
Should you stop taking Percocet cold turkey? No. Going cold turkey can cause unnecessary discomfort. More here on suggested ways to stop taking Percocet, with a section for your questions at the end.
To treat Percocet withdrawal, experts recommend slowly tapering dosage over the course of a few weeks, followed by symptomatic treatment. More on how to treat Percocet withdrawal here.
The best way to withdraw from Percocet is using an individualized tapering calendar provided by your precribing doctor. Tips and strategies for Percocet withdrawal here.
Expected Percocet withdrawal side effects include a group of symptoms that is close to the flu. However, Percocet with can also cause health complications, especially if your general health is shaky. More on which side effects to expect during Percocet withdrawal here.
Is Percocet withdrawal dangerous? Rarely. More here on how you can help treat Percocet withdrawal to ease severity of symptoms.
You can find help for Percocet addiction with your primary physician, at a treatment center or by seeking out addiction treatment programs. More here on sources of help for Percocet addiction