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Xodol Detox and Withdrawal

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Xodol is a prescription pain reliever that consists of acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, and hydrocodone, a semisynthetic narcotic that is similar to morphine. It is important to seek out treatment if you become addicted to Xodol, as the sooner you seek treatment, the more effective it will be. Many addiction treatment centers offer help for those addicted to Xodol. If you think you could be addicted to Xodol and want more information on Xodol detox centers, please call today.


More than 139 million prescriptions were written for hydrocodone in 2009.


According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, 23.5 million people over the age of 12 in the United States have used hydrocodone for non-medical purposes in their lifetime. That is about 9 percent of the population. Because of the mixture of acetaminophen and hydrocodone in Xodol the drug is stronger than many similar drugs. In fact, Xodol has the maximum dosage of hydrocodone allowed in a single tablet, making it more likely to lead to addiction.

There are many signs that a person has become addicted to Xodol and should seek treatment at a Xodol detox center. Some of these signs of addiction include:

  • Abnormal anxiety
  • Lethargy
  • Drowsiness
  • Nausea
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Trouble urinating
  • Body aches

“…the sooner you seek treatment, the more effective it will be.”
These physical symptoms can occur in people who are not addicted to the drug; however, they are more severe and common in addicts. If you are taking Xodol and experiencing any of these symptoms, you should seek help from a treatment center or consult a doctor as soon as possible.

Over time, these symptoms can worsen. Many people fall behind at work or become detached from their home life. Sometimes, money issues arise as they spend more of their money to obtain the drug. If you think you could be addicted to Xodol and would like more information on Xodol withdrawal and addiction treatment facilities, please call today.


Making the decision to begin detox is the most important step a person addicted to Xodol can take. Detox for Xodol consists of lowering the dosage of hydrocodone in your body until it is ultimately removed altogether. This is often a gradual practice that utilizes maintenance medications to prevent severe withdrawal symptoms. If you are considering entering a Xodol detox program and would like more information, please call today.

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