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Damason-P Detox and Withdrawal

Damason-P is a dual medication that contains aspirin and hydrocodone. It is categorized as a narcotic and prescribed to treat moderate to severe pain. The medication works by decreasing the substances in the body that cause inflammation, fever and pain.
“The hydrocodone in the medication is a semi-synthetic opioid that can lead to addiction if Damason-P is misused or abused.”
The hydrocodone in the medication is a semi-synthetic opioid that can lead to addiction if Damason-P is misused or abused. If you or someone you know is struggling with an addiction to this prescription drug, call our confidential helpline at to find the best Damason-P detox center in your area.


Damason-P is derived from two opiates that are naturally found in the opium plant: codeine and thebaine. This medication is available in capsule, tablet, and syrup form.

Signs of a Damason-P Addiction

Damason-PPrescription drugs are meant to cure or alleviate symptoms associated with infections and diseases. Unfortunately, many people misuse or abuse their prescription medications to attain the “high” these drugs produce. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, about 5.1 million people abused pain relievers in 2010. It is essential to recognize the signs of prescription drug abuse so you or the person you suspect is abusing the medication can enter a Damason-P detox program as soon as possible.

The signs of a Damason-P addiction include:

  • Consuming increasing amounts of the drug to achieve the same effect
  • The onset of withdrawal symptoms after not using the drug for a period of time
  • Visiting multiple doctors to obtain a prescription for the drug (doctor shopping)
  • Continuing to use the drug despite the consequences
  • Abandonment of previously enjoyable activities in favor of doing drugs
  • Physical symptoms such as constipation, depression, confusion, and low blood pressure
  • Decreased performance at school, home, or work

To locate a Damason-P detox center that can help you or your loved overcome an addiction to this prescription drug, call our confidential helpline at .


Pain medication is the most commonly abused prescription drug. More people abuse these drugs than tranquilizers, stimulants, and sedatives combined. Pain medications are popular among adolescents in particular with almost one in 12 and one in 20 high school seniors reporting using Vicodin and OxyContin respectively.

Detoxification and Withdrawal

outpatient treatmentThe goal of a Damason-P withdrawal and addiction treatment facility is to help a person overcome the physical and psychological addiction to the drug. To end the physical addiction, a person must go through the detoxification process. This primarily consists of ceasing use of the drug and waiting for the body to adjust to its absence. You are likely to experience withdrawal symptoms during this process, and you may be prescribed other treatments like medication to alleviate them. Withdrawal symptoms usually onset within 48 hours after the last dose and subside five to 14 days later.

You can go through the withdrawal process on an inpatient or outpatient basis at a Damason-P detox center. Inpatient Damason-P detox programs require you to check into a treatment facility and remain there for the entire time you are being treated. This allows you to focus on recovering from the addiction without the distractions and temptations found in everyday life.

Outpatient programs allow people to go through the detoxification process in their homes, but patients must check in with the Damason-P withdrawal treatment facilities on a daily basis (excluding weekends and holidays) for additional counseling and treatment. Going this route allows you to maintain employment and enjoy the support of your social network.

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