Signs of Oxycodone Addiction

According to the Mayo Clinic, Oxycodone is a narcotic analgesic drug used to relieve moderate to severe pain. However, in situations where the pain is treatable through non-prescription medication, it’s highly recommended to do so. This is due to the fact that Oxycodone is dangerous and highly addictive if not taken properly.

Oxycodone is available in capsules, tablets, and solutions. While it’s also used in a variety of brands, such as Oxycontin, Roxicodone, Xtampza ER, and Oxaydo.

Because Oxycodone is a narcotic analgesic, it’s considered to be incredibly dangerous and potentially fatal for anyone who becomes addicted.

The signs include:

Itching sensations

Potential hallucinations

Constipation

Dry mouth sensation

abnormal or altered thoughts

Poor hygiene

dilation of the pupils

Potential diarrhea during withdrawal

Isolating one’s self or becoming more secretive

Driving while under the influence of opioids

According to the Bel Air Patch, there are multiple robberies, arrests, and reported crimes related to oxycodone and other narcotics.

Call Phoenix Recovery Center if you or a loved one suffer from Oxycodone addiction.

We prioritize professional rehabilitation for anyone suffering from alcohol and drug addiction in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region. Our facility is safe, clean, and supported by an excellent team ready to help. We give you the knowledge, tools, and support system necessary to help end

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