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Tramadol Abuse

Tramadol is an opioid analgesic that helps relieve severe to moderate pain. The medication works on the Central Nervous System and blocks the pain signals from being sent to the brain. Though effective for the cause, prolonged usage can cause adverse effects. This article talks about the possible ways one tends to get addicted to tramadol, the symptoms of addiction, and ways to overcome dependence.

Tramadol- The Most Effective Pain Reliever

Tramadol was developed in 1962 by a German company that is well known for treating pain. With its advent in the US in 1995, there had been a rapid increase in the number of prescriptions being written out. Statistics have shown that in the five years from the year 2008- 2012 there was a mounting increase of over 14 million prescriptions in the US alone.

The drug is safe to use with no risk of dependency or abuse, but due to its rapid rise in usage among people access to this medication has become easier. The effects apart from being able to relieve pain also provide a Euphoric effect and make the person taking the medication to feel calm and relaxed.

In a recent survey conducted by the researchers, the foundational reason people who tend to develop dependency were the ones who have had a history of drug abuse.

The current statistics by the Drug Enforcement Administration claim that over 3.2 million people over the age of 12 use Tramadol just to feel the effect of the medication and not for pain relief. This is a huge problem that needs to be solved.

What Is Tramadol?

Tramadol is a synthetic opioid analgesic that is used in the treatment of moderate to severe pain. It comes second to morphine in its pain-relieving effects. The medication works on the brain and Central Nervous System by blocking the pain receptors and changing the way how our body responds to pain.

Tramadol is a Schedule IV controlled substance in the United States. This classification of drugs means that Tramadol is available only by means of a prescription.

This FDA-approved medication can be taken either long-term or short-term depending upon the severity of your pain conditions. It is recommended for neuropathy and Tramadol is recommended for long-term treatment only in cases if the patients have osteoarthritis or refractory back pain. Consult your doctor before taking this medication and take them only if you are advised to do so. Tramadol should not be taken any longer than two weeks.

Can Tramadol be Abused:

Apart from relieving pain, Tramadol works similar to antidepressants by increasing the levels of serotonin and norepinephrine in the brain which produces a feeling of euphoria and well-being. This is the main reason why Tramadol has a high potential for abuse. That is the reason why you should always consult your physician regarding tramadol usage and should not be consumed otherwise for recreational purposes. The best way to reduce the risk of dependency and addiction is to start with as minimal dosage as possible.

Tolerance towards tramadol is felt when the effect of the drug when prescribed initially is no longer felt and therefore there is a need to increase the dosage to feel the effect of the medication. People tend to self-medicate by increasing the dosage by themselves and reach a stage where they can no longer function effectively without the aid of the drug as the brain gets used to the constant presence of the drug. This problem in the long run develops an addiction. You can identify a person who has become addicted to Tramadol when you notice significant behavioral changes, more frequent needs for a refill, cravings for tramadol, and increasing the dosage amount without consulting their doctor.

Tramadol addiction and abuse not only affects the person involved but also those around them. Behavioral changes cause strains and tensions in relationships. So to rectify that, the individual decides to stop taking the medication and relieve them of Tramadol dependency. However, this is not quite an easy task as they may experience withdrawal symptoms. The longer they’ve taken Tramadol the more severe and intense are the withdrawal effects.

Withdrawal symptoms of Tramadol

The withdrawal symptoms for Tramadol are as follows,

  • Restlessness, agitation, and anxiety
  • Mood swings and depression
  • Cravings for Tramadol
  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Loss of appetite
  • Excessive sweating
  • Irritability
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle cramps and pain
  • Tremors
  • Blurred vision

Withdrawal symptoms may be experienced if you stop taking the medication abruptly or if you decrease the dosage drastically. The duration depends on how long you’ve been on Tramadol, the longer you’ve taken the pills the more intense will you feel the withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal symptoms usually last for about two weeks.

How to Manage Tramadol Withdrawal:

Contact your health care once you start feeling symptoms that are not common to Tramadol usage. Stopping the medication is not wise therefore your doctor will gradually reduce the dosage amount so that you will feel less intense withdrawal effects until you no longer need Tramadol.

In situations when Tapering the medication does not work, you will be recommended over the counter prescribed pills to help manage your symptoms such as Metoclopramide, Loperamide Ibuprofen, Clonidine, Valium, Buprenorphine (Subutex), or Suboxone for treating individual symptoms and help relieve your condition as soon as possible.