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Dr. Krishna Kumar
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Cocodamol Addiction (Overview)

CoCodamol (Codeine/acetaminophen) is a narcotic pain reliever. Addiction to this substance means that there is psychological and/ or physiologic dependence on it.


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What sort of disorder is co-codamol addiction?

What sort of disorder is co-codamol addiction?

Very common: Co-codamol (is a non-proprietary name used to denote a particular compound analgesic, a combination of Codeine phosphate and paracetamol (acetaminophen). Co-codamol tablets are used for the relief of mild to moderate pain when paracetamol or nsaids such as ibuprofen, Aspirin or Naproxen alone do not sufficiently relieve a patient's symptoms. ...Read more

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Dr. Krishna Kumar
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Cocodamol Addiction (Overview)

CoCodamol (Codeine/acetaminophen) is a narcotic pain reliever. Addiction to this substance means that there is psychological and/ or physiologic dependence on it.


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What are the symptoms associated with co-codamol addiction?

What are the symptoms associated with co-codamol addiction?

Behavior: Preoccupation with obtaining, adverse consequences associated with ignoring responsibilities, broken family relationships, committing illegal acts in order to obtain the substance but no readily apparent symptoms like a physical ailment. There might be constricted tiny pupils but the average person might not notice. By the way, this is the same drug as tylenol (acetaminophen) with codeine. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for co-codamol addiction?

What is the treatment for co-codamol addiction?

Gradual withdrawal: Counseling and gradual withdrawal of the codeine. ...Read more

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What might lead to a co-codamol addiction?

What might lead to a co-codamol addiction?

Opioid use: Co-codamol is Acetaminophen and codeine. Codeine is an opiate. Typically the path to dependence on an opioid involves ingestion of the drug with pain relief and a heightened feelings of pleasure, repeated drug use, changes in the brain, cravings and symptoms of withdrawal when drug is absent, inappropriate drug use to end withdrawal symptoms and/or to seek pleasure=drug dependence. ...Read more

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What sort of disorder is co-codamol addiction?

Very common: Co-codamol (is a non-proprietary name used to denote a particular compound analgesic, a combination of Codeine phosphate and paracetamol (acetaminophen). Co-codamol tablets are used for the relief of mild to moderate pain when paracetamol or nsaids such as ibuprofen, Aspirin or Naproxen alone do not sufficiently relieve a patient's symptoms. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms associated with co-codamol addiction?

Behavior: Preoccupation with obtaining, adverse consequences associated with ignoring responsibilities, broken family relationships, committing illegal acts in order to obtain the substance but no readily apparent symptoms like a physical ailment. There might be constricted tiny pupils but the average person might not notice. By the way, this is the same drug as tylenol (acetaminophen) with codeine. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for co-codamol addiction?

Gradual withdrawal: Counseling and gradual withdrawal of the codeine. ...Read more

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I have just started on bupinorphine 8mg for co-codamol addiction 45 at same time every night they have also put me on traodone 200 mg to help me sleep?

I have just started on bupinorphine 8mg for co-codamol addiction 45 at same time every night they have also put me on traodone 200 mg to help me sleep?

NOT SURE WHAT U ASK?: So you take tylenol (acetaminophen) with Codeine and now take subutex to get off opiates. That is great. The trazodone helps with sleep and this is also good. So what is question? ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: CoCodamol addiction?

What is the definition or description of: CoCodamol addiction?

CoCodamol addiction: CoCodamol (Codeine/acetaminophen) is a narcotic pain reliever. Addiction to this substance means that there is psychological and/ or physiologic dependence on it. ...Read more

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I went to see my aunt today so wonderin what alcohol/drugs cause squirmin n lot more gigglin to she has history of alcohol n dtug addiction please hel?

I went to see my aunt today so wonderin what alcohol/drugs cause squirmin n lot more gigglin to she has history of alcohol n dtug addiction please hel?

Could be anything: Getting "high" usually includes a sense of euphoria and decreased inhibition. The symptoms you describe could be from abuse of almost anything or even represent an underlying medical or psychological condition. Have you talked to her about getting help? Also, not to be judgemental, but I hope you are not on all 3 of the medications on your profile at the same time. Opiates can be addictive. ...Read more

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What causes addiction?

What causes addiction?

"Liking": Liking something whether it be a substance or activity to the point where there is a preoccupation resulting in harm. Probably has to do with Dopamine in the brain which some people get more of a boost from than others. This is heavily genetically influenced. Some substances have such a profound effect that they tend to be more "addictive" than others-like smoked methamphetamine or nicotine. ...Read more

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Is addiction a disease?

Is addiction a disease?

Yes.: Addiction is a family disease, affecting the person who is using and all of the people who are close to the one who is using. ...Read more

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Is addiction hereditary?

Is addiction hereditary?

Yes: About 50 percent of addiction is attributred to heredity. For some indivuduals this may be a higher percentage for others that develop addiction it may be lower. Usually heredity must cross with life circumstances, trauma, high stress, lack of coping skills, . Or even exposure to high amounts of a substance over time will change brain 'chemistry' and increase risk of addiction independent of genes. ...Read more

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Can I cure my addiction?

Can I cure my addiction?

Yes: Yes you can - need a support system to deal with stress management and coping - being clean is only half the battle developing healthy stress management will be the key of being drug free. ...Read more

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How can I stop addiction?

How can I stop addiction?

Recovery program: For any addiction, you need help from your physician, often also an addiction medicine doctor, and a support group that works with the substance or behavior you're using addictively. If the addiction medicine doctor is not a psychiatrist, you also need a psychiatric evaluation so that any conditions complicating your recovery can be treated. Bottom line: don't do it alone, and you don't have to! ...Read more

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How do I cure tv addiction?

Let's treat cause: An evaluation by a well trained psychiatrist should clarify the depth, strength, causative factor (s) involved.
An addiction similar to opiates or ''speed'' is unlikely. I suspect anxiety of a general to specific nature or a difficulty related to depression or compulsive behavior is more likely.
All these are easier to treat than chemical addictions. ...Read more

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How is addiction a disease?

How is addiction a disease?

Impossible: To teach all here. With substance abuse, your brain cells change. Stop the substance and you get very sick, and some, can die. Example: alcohol wd (withdrawal), and benzo (valium like drugs)wd both can kill you. Its why jails are not allowed to keep these addicts but must admit to hosptal for safe detox, then jail. The body, esp brain cells change in an addict. Requires treatment. Google abam. ...Read more

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What causes food addiction?

What causes food addiction?

Like other addict.: Latest research suggests that the underlying mechanisms of food addiction are likely similar to other substances like drugs& alcohol. Especially rich sugary foods can cause spikes in dopamine which is very reinforcing to the body and leads to seeking out more of the food to get that boost again. ...Read more

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What causes drug addictions?

Nature and nurture: Genetic predisposition activated by environmental stimuli.

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Dr. Vasu Brown
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Addiction (Definition)

Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory, and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviors. A person affected by addiction will be unable to consistently Abstain from use, will have Impaired Behavioral control, will have Craving or increased "hunger" for drugs or rewarding experiences, will have a Dysfunctional Emotional response, and will show diminished recognition of significant problems with their own ...Read more


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