Morphine addiction treatment

-    Morphine is extracted from opium which is extracted from poppy. Morphine is derived from opium and codeine is derive from morphine.
-    The word “Opium” is derived a Greek word which means “the juicer” which is the juice of the poppy plant.
-    Morphine deals directly with the human central nervous system, causing a state of tranquility sleep and soothe the pain, so it can be used for medical purposes interwoven with other materials under medical supervision and in limited situations and is bordered by the therapist himself.

Side effects of morphine:
1-    Retention and severe vomiting and accelerated low blood pressure.
2-    Drop in heart beat rate.
3-    Severe dyspnea and cough.

Morphine poisoning signs consists in:
1-    Severe coma.
2-    Impaired breathing and low blood pressure.
3-    Skin paleness and tight IRIS, and slow pulse.
4-    It may end up dying as a result of paralysis in the nerve centers of breathing.

Morphine addiction symptoms:
It is already clear that knowing the signs of morphine addiction is extremely important and we summarized those marks in:
1-    The stress overload, continuous shivering or shaking and heavy sweating.
2-    Anxiety and depression are pursuing morphine addicts then turns to hallucinations and imaginings which infect addicts.
3-    Permanent sneezing, rashes for addicts who suffer allergic to morphine.

Morphine addiction signs:
Mood swings – narrow pupil – drowsiness or low energy – poor personal hygiene and appearance – large fluctuations in weight – nausea – needle marks on arms, legs, hands or neck – shivering – difficulty in speaking – loss of motivation – loss of interest in usual activities – failure to fulfil obligations – stealing and begging money – corrupted or damaged veins – fungal or bacterial infections – impotence – menopause for women – breathing problems – pneumonia – depression – endocarditis or valves – kidney failure liver disease – rheumatic problems like arthritis – death.