Darvocet Addiction

Darvocet addiction is more common than many may realize. Darvocet is used in the treatment of fevers and moderate pain and chemically similar to methadone. A combination of the narcotic, propoxyphene (which considerably slows down your central nervous system) and acetaminophen, Darvocet is responsible for a considerable number of drug-related deaths in the United States. Darvocet addiction starts much like any other: the improper use of the drug to substitute the feeling of relief attained when the drug was actually needed. Once in the throes of Darvocet addiction, one may experience severe liver damage, respiratory disease, pulmonary complications, and a host of other serious immediate and long-term symptoms.

Like any and all prescription drugs, Darvocet should NEVER be taken outside the guidelines of the patient’s physician-established routine. It is extremely habit-forming, and can be more dangerous than most prescription painkillers. It’s not uncommon for Darvocet abusers to get two different prescriptions from two different doctors in an effort to feed their habit. For those who use Darvocet safely and responsibly, it is not to be combined with alcohol, tranquilizers, sleep aids, cough medicines, or anti-depressants. An addiction to Darvocet starts when the patient regularly goes beyond their recommended use to feel a chemically synthesized sense of comfort and relaxation.

Effects of Darvocet Addiction

A short time after abusing Darvocet, a person can expect to feel a variety of immediate negative symptoms. These are unpleasant enough, however continued use will eventually lead to more serious health problems. New Darvocet abusers often experience a combination of symptoms including, but not limited to: trouble breathing, constipation, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, etc. Darvocet abusers have also been known to experience skin rashes, delusions, severe stomach cramps, difficult or painful urination, confusion, etc. Long-term problems of prolonged untreated abuse can include deafness, rapid pulse, kidney failure, severe headaches, excessive sweating, and problems with the heart, liver, digestive system, pulmonary system, blood pressure, circulation, etc. Darvocet addiction also produces an almost rabid emotional dependence. If you or a loved one has been using an excessive amount of Darvocet and are experiencing these symptoms, seek immediate medical care.

Who Does Darvocet Addiction Affect?

Like other prescription drugs, Darvocet is everywhere. Its benign benefits in the treatment of common illness have made it relatively easy to acquire. In the past five years, the DEA has conducted a considerable number of major drug seizures, many of which include Darvocet in tablets and other forms. The tragic reality is that abuse spans all age groups. Arrests have been made on abusers ranging from adolescents to senior citizens. Darvocet is one of many drugs whose danger lies largely in its availability. People who knowingly take it for the wrong reasons are not usually taking it with the intent on stopping after one or two uses. If you or someone close to you has fallen victim to Darvocet addiction, please let us help. The National Alcohol and Substance Abuse Information Center (NASAIC) maintains a continuously updated national database of Darvocet addiction treatment programs in your local area, as well as the leading recommended Darvocet addiction treatment centers in the United States and around the world.

Contact the National Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Information Center (NASAIC) anytime toll-free at (800) 784-6776 or through our online form, and we will recommend the leading drug and alcohol rehab centers for you or your loved one.