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Tramadol is also known as Chill Pills, Trammies, and Ultras.Tramadol is an opioid pain medication to treat moderate to moderately severe pain.Using tramadol without a prescription or taking it in higher doses, more often or for longer than prescribed are all considered abuse of this drug.Signs and side effects of tramadol abuse include:

Nausea or vomiting, Drowsiness, Slurred speech, Headaches, Impaired coordination,Constipation, Fever, Appetite loss, Trouble concentrating, Muscle aches, Depression, and Sweating.

The following behaviors are commonly associated with an addiction to Tramadol: Visiting multiple doctors to obtain more Tramadol (doctor shopping), Compulsive use of Tramadol, Neglecting responsibilities at home, work or school, Social or interpersonal problems related to Tramadol use, Mood swings, Excessive drowsiness, Using Tramadol without a prescription or buying it on the street, Concentrating Apathy, Inability to feel pleasure, Impaired coordination, Vomiting from large doses, Having to take larger amounts to experience the same effects, Hiding or leaving around empty prescription bottles, Withdrawal symptoms after ceasing use, Spending large amounts of money on Tramadol, Continuing to use Tramadol despite negative consequences, Spending the majority of time trying to obtain Tramadol, The development of tolerance and withdrawal symptoms are signs of a physical dependence on Tramadol. Craving the drug is a very common sign of a psychological dependence.


Do you know anyone who behaves this way after taking Tramadol or an unknown substance? Are you seeking help for yourself or a relative/friend/colleague?At Paroche we offer the best referral services and post rehabilitation care Contact us today:

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