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Tramadol Addiction

The Consequenses of Tramadol Addiction

By |November 25th, 2013|

Tramadol is an opioid antagonist -- that is, a drug that binds to opiate receptors in an effort to block pain. There is much confusion on whether or not this substance is addictive.

The Physical, Mental, and Emotional Impact of Tramadol

By |November 22nd, 2013|

Tramadol is intended to help manage pain, but it often causes a number of side effects. These symptoms are exacerbated with continued use and abuse. Not all of these symptoms are present in all people who abuse Tramadol, but any combination of these may be indicative of Tramadol abuse.

The Tramadol Effect

By |November 21st, 2013|

Tramadol is a commonly prescribed painkiller that is used to treat severe pain. Although it is often used with little to no incident, Tramadol can be addictive and therefore is subject to long-term use and abuse. The addictive properties of this medication have prompted many to use the drug recreationally, often with highly damaging effects.