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Some take opiates to get a calm and euphoric feeling; however, it’s not long after a person uses this drug that he or she becomes addicted and begins to feel opiate side effects. When a person takes opiates they become dependent on its effects and often seek higher levels of the drug in order to feel good.

Do You Know the Opiate Side Effects

Opiate Side EffectsSome opiate side effects are breathing slowly and not having an appetite or a need for water or sex. There is also a tolerance for the drug that develops. In addition, those who use opiates regularly and then stop using the drug notice the following opiate side effects: chills, sweating, nausea, weakness, insomnia, and tremors. These symptoms can last up to two weeks, depending on how often the client used the drugs.

There are also other opiate side effects such as shallow breathing, limited vision, drowsiness, redness in the nostrils from sniffing opiates, shaking, and using syringes, eye droppers, cotton and needles, all used for inhaling or injecting the drug.

Contact Us to Speak With a Counselor About Opiate Side Effects

Inpatient rehab centers can help a client overcome the use of drugs. At our inpatient rehab centers, the client is given a comfortable and friendly atmosphere where they can feel safe and know that they have a future filled with hope and a healthier way of living. At our inpatient rehab centers our clients interact with other clients and share their progress and hope for a better life.

Inpatient rehab centers are an effective way to help those who are experiencing opiate side effects.

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