Percocet Withdrawal

Percocet withdrawal can begin within 24 hours of the users last dosage. Although Percocet withdrawal will more than likely not lead to death, it can be painful to the point where the addict thinks they are going to die.

Percocet Withdrawl Symptoms Include

Percocet Withdrawal Symptoms include the following:

  • Excessive sweating & yawning;
  • Runny nose & eyes, bouts of diarrhea and vomiting;
  • Shivering & goose bumps
  • Muscle aches & cramps
  • Restlessness & insomnia
  • Irritability & anxiety
  • Loss of appetite
  • Intense cravings long after withdrawal

Percocet withdrawal is not standard. For some addicts they may have a mild withdrawal experience and for others their withdrawal experience can make them give up after a short time. Despite the intense challenge of Percocet withdrawal, one thing is for certain: Percocet addiction and subsequently withdrawal are manageable with the right surroundings, family, friends, and addiction recovery professionals near by.

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