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Zydone Detox and Withdrawal

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Zydone, a prescription painkiller, consists of acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, and hydrocodone, a strong opioid narcotic that is similar to morphine. People generally take the drug as prescribed with no problems; however, taking the drug for extended periods can lead to tolerance and dependency. Many people also seek out hydrocodone pills like Zydone for the purpose of taking it non-medically.

Addiction to Zydone and other drugs containing hydrocodone is a growing problem in the United States. With its easy accessibility and high risk for addiction, more and more people are dealing with long-term abuse of and addiction to hydrocodone.

As addiction to Zydone spreads, it becomes increasingly more important to understand the benefits of Zydone detox and rehab centers. Addicts at these centers receive medical and psychological treatment in dealing with their addictions. If you or someone you know may be addicted and would like more information on Zydone detox programs, please call today.


In 2009, an estimated 86,258 emergency room visits were attributed to non-medical use of hydrocodone.


Depending on the individual, it is possible to become addicted to Zydone in as little as one to four weeks. Hydrocodone addiction has become a problem for those in every age group and ethnicity. There are many behavioral signs that someone is addicted to Zydone and should seek help from a Zydone treatment center. These signs of addiction include:

  • Increased tolerance for the drug
  • Taking more than the suggested dosage
  • Seeing different doctors to get prescriptions
  • Lying about usage
  • Guilt
  • Distancing oneself from family and friends

In addition, many physical symptoms may appear. Several of these effects include:

  • Drowsiness
  • Nausea
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Trouble urinating
  • Anxiety
  • Dry mouth
  • Decreased appetite
  • Allergic reactions

“Depending on the individual, it is possible to become addicted to Zydone in as little as one to four weeks.”
These symptoms can worsen over time. In many instances, addicts fall behind at work or school and lose interest in family, friends and activities they used to enjoy. Some addicts have money problems as they spend more time and resources to obtain Zydone.

If you are taking Zydone and have experienced any of these conditions, please call today for more information on Zydone withdrawal and addiction treatment facilities near you.

Getting Help

“Zydone treatment centers can help, no matter how bad your addiction may be.”
It is a common misconception that Zydone is a safe and legal drug. Hydrocodone is actually a Schedule II controlled substance, the same classification as cocaine and methamphetamine. Its use in any way not prescribed by a doctor is illegal; however, because of its status as a prescription drug, many addicts believe they don’t have a drug problem. This can lead to a vicious cycle of usage. Zydone treatment centers can help, no matter how bad your addiction may be.

Zydone Treatment Centers

There are places where people struggling with addiction to Zydone can go for help. In fact, many drug rehab clinics offer help for those struggling with Zydone addiction every day. Making the decision to enter a detox center is the first step toward reclaiming your life.

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