Service Federal Center of Narcology "Freedom"
Removal of breaking at home, as well as hangovers, mosquitoes. Removal of breaking in the clinic - permanently
The first signs of abstinence syndrome in a drug addict appear after 8-10 hours from the use of the last dose. The first signs of narcotic withdrawal are nervousness and irritability, inability to control one's behavior and emotions. The body shudders from the strongest chill, there is abundant salivation and tear, nose pawns from the cold, sweating increases.
After a while, the dilated pupils of the addict stop responding to light. A strong vomiting begins. A drug addict can not eat anything. Appetite is not at all, and the effort to eat something turns into puffiness. If the patient does not use the drug, all withdrawal symptoms will intensify and reach peak intensity after three days.
Then the addict raises blood pressure, the pulse becomes faster, and diarrhea develops. But the most basic and most painful symptom of narcotic withdrawal is severe pain in bones and joints. Man is like breaking. His muscles cramp. Exhausted pain drug addict even does not manage to rest or disconnect. Men may experience spontaneous ejaculation during the break-up.
But harder than physical pain, a drug addict during a withdrawal syndrome suffers psychological suffering. It turns out that pain when breaking is imaginary, phantom. When a person begins to use narcotic substances, he expects them to have a sense of pleasure. But when, instead of enjoyment, a break occurs, the patient realizes that the drug will not give him the desired pleasures. After the onset of abstinence syndrome development, "kaif" is completely lost from the drug, and the drug addict is forced to take drugs to get rid of suffering.
Narcotic substances have the properties of inhibiting neurons, so they block pain. After regular use of drugs, the nervous system becomes accustomed to such work, and its cells cease to develop their own anesthetic substances - endorphins, which are also responsible for feelings of pleasure and joy. Cells of all tissues and organs begin to require narcotic substances, refusing to function without them. Instead of adequate signals, the brain receives signals that the body suffers. This is the narcotic withdrawal.
Withdrawal of narcotic withdrawal is the first victorious result in the fight against drug addiction. The very name "narcotic breaking" sounds scary, but it is even more terrible to see this state first-hand, not to mention to feel it on yourself. If the addict was able to overcome the withdrawal syndrome without pain, he could easily abandon drugs. It is the painful sensations that cause the addict to use the drug again and again when breaking. After the experience, the addict can no longer exist without drugs.
The longer the drug is taken, the more difficult it is to remove narcotics. In case of a large narcotic experience, withdrawal should be made in the hospital, so that the patient is constantly under the supervision of doctors. Symptoms of withdrawal cause the addict to experience severe discomfort, from which only qualified narcologists can save him.
The process of withdrawal of an abstinence syndrome for drug addiction implies the complete cessation of drug use. When the withdrawal is removed from the addict, the pain syndrome is eliminated and the nervousness is reduced. The exception to the general rules are only serious cases of drug addiction, in which the abrupt abandonment of drugs can lead to the death of the patient. When removing the breakdown, first, out of the addict's organism, toxins and not digested poisons are removed. This procedure is called detoxification. This phase of treatment is mandatory when eliminating narcotic withdrawal syndrome.
How to remove narcotic withdrawal? In modern narcological practice, there is a fairly wide arsenal of remedies, but in order to achieve the desired effect, it is necessary in each case to determine the composition and amount of medications or to prescribe other methods of detoxification. This can only be done by a qualified specialist.
Some drug addicts try to remove the fragility themselves, at home. But such cases have never brought the desired result. The patient takes alcohol in the hope that he will relieve him of the pain, but this situation is only aggravated. Trying to fall asleep to get rid of aching pain, the addict takes painkillers and hypnotics. But without all these tools, breaking is even less dangerous. Especially dangerous is the use during the abstinence syndrome of various psychostimulants, which in this situation carry an enormous risk to the health and life of the addict.
With the removal of a breakdown at home, there is always the risk of complications, moreover, under such conditions there is no strict control over observance of necessary sobriety regimen by patients. Therefore, withdrawal and treatment of drug dependence should be in a hospital, where necessary conditions, equipment and preparations are available for this.
The patient should know that withdrawal of the breakdown will last 5-7 days, during which his body will be cleared of toxins, drug residues and will be relaxed and then removed symptoms of breakage. In most cases, the procedures begin with intravenous administration of a polyionic saline solution to the patient, which restores the electrolytic balance in his body. In this solution, sedatives, hypnotics, vasodilators, diuretics and other drugs are added.
After detoxifying the body, the patient is injected with vitamins and minerals that help the body mobilize internal forces for a more rapid recovery.
Removal of breakage is the first stage in the treatment of drug dependence. A drug addict must understand that after the elimination of the withdrawal symptoms must necessarily follow the treatment of the destructive dependence on narcotic drugs, otherwise his life will go downhill.
Treatment of drug addiction begins with withdrawal of withdrawal, then drug therapy is performed. After that, much attention is paid to psychological rehabilitation and social adaptation of a person. Together with the patient, specialists in narcological clinics go through all the stages of this complex path and support it at every level of getting rid of addiction. If the patient strictly follows all the recommendations of doctors and seriously approaches the issue of his treatment, he will be able to return to normal life and again find a family, friends, work ...
When it comes to drug addiction, the help is mainly from the relatives of the patient, and not the dependent person who does not want to admit his illness for a long time. It is for this reason that drug addicts and alcoholics need psychological help.
Alcohol dependence in a person usually develops imperceptibly for him. He often drinks beer, and gradually increases its number, becomes a constant participant in the feast and feels a light hangover, gradually turning into more powerful and unpleasant. And, finally, alcoholism comes, when alcohol is the main means for entertainment and avoiding life difficulties.
Drug dependence is formed imperceptibly not for the patient, but for his environment. For a long time, the addict manages to hide his addiction until relatives notice obvious signs of his narcotization, or find direct evidence of drug addiction-used syringes or traces of injections on the patient's body.
The reasons for the dependence on drugs can be different, but the main ones are curiosity, psychological problems, unsettled personal life, family problems, lack of attention on the part of parents, inability to realize themselves in life, inability to resist the influence of others. Psychological help to drug addicts sets its main goal to determine the cause of the problem, the obstacles to its solution and to set a new life in which moral and physical satisfaction can be achieved without the use of drugs.
Combating drug addiction is carried out simultaneously on several levels. These are prevention, legislative regulation and medicine. Compliance with controls at these levels helps to contain the spread of drug addiction. Many people consider drug addicts to be dregs of society, and do not see the need to help them. They motivate this by the fact that drug addicts have chosen their own way, no one forced them to try drugs, the danger of which even children know.
Yes, a person tries for the first time a drug of his own free will, but when he sees that he made a mistake, he can no longer refuse to use this poison. Help to drug addicts, in the first place, should be provided by close people, because they are often a stimulus for the patient's return to normal life. Understanding that he is not alone in his misfortune, and that relatives want to support him and see him as a person, a drug addict is very necessary.