Posts Tagged Under: Heroin Withdrawal Syndrome

Heroin Withdrawal Syndrome

Did you know that…..

the Heroin Withdrawal Syndrome is characterized by perspiration, rhinorrhea, lacrimation, yawning, mydriasis, tremors, piloerection, muscle twitching, anorexia, and hot or cold flashes ?

Those symptoms usually appear between 7 to 12 hours after the consumption of the last dose, and last more than a week. The intensity of the Withdrawal Syndrome could be different for each person.

(Edited by Dr. María Moya Guirao, MD)


Read More