Tramadol is an opioid medication prescribed in starting odses of 25 mg to help manage pain and withdrawal symptoms. More on Tramadol dosage, cost, and prescriptions here.
Taking tramadol long-term can lead to dependence on tramadol or tramadol addiction. What’s the difference? We explore here, and inform you on how to treat tramadol dependence.
Tramadol works by interacting with opiate receptors in the central nervous system to change how the brain and body perceive pain. More here on how fast and how long tramadol works, as well as what makes tramadol work better.
The effects of immediate release tramadol last for 4-6 hours, while extended or controlled release tramadol lasts for 24 hours. Learn more about tramadol dosing, dangers, and more here.
While it is possible to overdose on tramadol, you can experience severe health complications at lower doses if you don’t take tramadol as directed. More on how much tramadol is safe for you and tramadol overdose here.
Effects of mixing Tramadol and alcohol include drowsiness and relaxation. But mixing Tramadol and alcohol can calso cause shallow breathing and slowed heart rate. Or you can die from Tramadol overdose. More here on harms and warnings for mixing Tramadol with alcohol.
YES. Tramadol is addictive, even when Tramadol is prescribed by a doctor. We review what Tramadol is made of, and how you get addicted to Tramadol here.
It’s very difficult to overdose or OD on tramadol. But even at lower doses, tramadol can cause serious health problems. More on how much amount of tramadol is safe for you and tramadol overdose here.
It depends – while it’s difficult to overdose on tramadol, too much tramadol can cause serious health problems at relatively low doses. More information on the tramadol prescription strengths, maximum daily dosage, and fatal dose amounts here.
Is snorting Tramadol effective? How is snorting different than taking Tramadol orally? Do you get high snorting Tramadol? More Q & A about snorting Tramadol, plus info on dangers and effects here.