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EFFECTS OF ENDOCET

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Here is more on the dangerous effects of Endocet.

Effects of Endocet

Endocet abuse occurs when you take gradually larger amounts of the drug, or the same amount of the drug more frequently than recommended. You may disregard the prescribed dose, and use the pills excessively to experience a high. Or you may have legitimate pain and take Endocet exactly as prescribed. As is the case with many narcotic medications, addiction can occur merely by taking the drug. Addiction to Endocet is first a physical dependence, then an emotional dependence, second.

The result of such an addiction is the continuation of the medication even when there is no longer any pain. In such cases, the abuser is not willing to admit to problems like nodding off, the inability to care for children or to a loss of productivity at work.

After you have become addicted to Endocet, you are generally taking higher doses than recommended to get high from the action of oxycodone on opioid brain receptors. Because Endocet combines oxycodone with acetaminophen, increasing the dose for the opiate means larger doses of acetaminophen, which produces liver toxicity in large doses. Endocet addiction isn’t your fault; addiction is a serious disease that requires long term, intensive medical treatment. 

Signs of Endocet Addiction

Endocet abuse or addiction can ruin your life, as well as the lives of those around you. Deceit becomes a component of your everyday life; it becomes increasingly difficult to work, take care of all of your responsibilities, or to simply engage in life when you are addicted to Endocet.

The biggest sign of an addiction to Endocet addiction is habitual use and extreme denial, despite the obvious negative consequences. Denial at extreme levels is also likely to be manifested in the friends and family members of addicts. Statements such as, “You don’t know how much pain I’m in,” or “I’m not using that much, and you should mind your business anyway,” are typical defense mechanisms and excuses from the addict. However, a spouse, friend or other relative may also conjure up  the same excuses for their addicted loved one.

The effects of Endocet can be dangerous. At Asana Recovery, we understand how difficult recovering from these addictions through our daily work to help those struggling most from this disease. While some may believe they can make it alone, rehabilitation programs are essential in the fight to break dependency. The road ahead is not a smooth or easy one, but you can traverse it if done so with the support of the right team. Counseling and aftercare processes can assist you by addressing the psychological facets that led you to addition and help you build a structure from which to better cope with life without succumbing to addiction.

The supervised detoxification and residential treatment programs at Asana Recovery are offered in a supportive, relaxing, and inspiring environment. We’re deeply committed to ensuring your long-term recovery, and guiding you on your path to a healthier and happier future. There is no better time than now, and we’re always available to speak with you. Call us at (949) 438-4504 to learn more about our comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment program today.

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