Smoking Heroin Withdrawal Symptoms





Withdrawal Symptoms of Smoking Heroin


Heroin withdrawal symptoms are not like any other drugs symptoms and are very severe and painful. Because Heroin affects the brain part that controls what the body needs, that makes Heroin one of the hardest Drugs to come over. Here is a list of withdrawal symptoms for the Drug Heroin. The symptoms will depend on the method of administering the drug, the duration of use and the physiology of the body. They can occur 7 hours from the last use of the drug and peak withdraw symptoms will be evident approximately in 72 hours lasting for 1 week.

  1. Nausea
  2. Stress
  3. Sweating
  4. Dilated pupils
  5. Vomiting
  6. Abdominal cramps
  7. Aches and pains in the muscles and joints
  8. Extreme restlessness
  9. Chills
  10. Diarrhea
  11. Insomnia
  12. Depression
  13. Tears
  14. Runny nose

Other symptoms can include psychological traits such as anxiety and depression, with extreme cravings for the drug which can last for a life time.



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