Heroin withdrawal symptoms are some of the more severe withdrawal symptoms an addict can experience when compared to the withdrawal symptoms of other physically addictive drugs. A person who has become physically as well as psychologically dependent on heroin will begin to experience heroin withdrawal symptoms with an abrupt discontinuation of use or even a decrease in their daily amount of heroin taken. The onset of heroin withdrawal symptoms begins six to eight hours after the last dose of heroin is administrator. Major heroin withdrawal symptoms peak between 48 and 72 hours after the last dose of heroin and subdue after approximately one week. Heroin withdrawal symptoms are similar to a bad case of the flu. A heroin addict deciding to stop use of the drug should seek medical advice and or assistance to deal with withdrawal symptoms associated with doing so. A medically supervised heroin detox is beneficial in easing the discomforts associated with heroin withdrawal symptoms.
Heroin withdrawal symptoms include but are not limited to:
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