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World of Withdrawal

When it comes to a specific drug or class of drugs such as opioids, meth or heroin, withdrawal symptoms may vary. Each drug withdrawal is characterized by a timeline, side effects, and treatment methods. Click on the orange links below to read more about the withdrawal of these common drugs. If you or someone you love is suffering from addiction we are here to help you get resources and find a rehab, call us at 855-619-8070.

  • Most Commonly Abused Substances

    Commonly Abused Substances

    Overcoming an addiction can be complicated by the withdrawal process. When people who abuse drugs or alcohol stop using, they can experience painful and sometimes life-threatening side effects. Learn how to safely quit these commonly abused substances.

  • Illegal Drugs

    Illegal Drugs

    Illegal drugs are most commonly associated with addiction. Many are derived from existing medications, but they generally have no acceptable medical applications. These drugs are highly addictive and can have potent psychological side effects for heavy users.

  • Commonly Abused Benzodiazepine Drugs


    Benzodiazepines are medications used to treat anxiety and panic disorders. However, most benzodiazepines are only prescribed for short periods; prolonged use can lead to addiction. Withdrawing from these drugs without medical help can be life-threatening.

  • Commonly Abused Opiate Painkillers

    Opiate Painkillers

    Opiate-based medications are commonly prescribed to treat acute and chronic pain typically after a surgery. However, the drugs, if not properly administered, can be highly addictive and lead to painful withdrawal symptoms if they are stopped abruptly.

  • Commonly Abused Prescription Stimulants

    Prescription Stimulants

    Stimulants can give users increased energy and focus. While most stimulants like cocaine are illegal, some stimulants are used to treat conditions like Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Both can lead to addiction and eventually withdrawal symptoms.

  • Commonly Abused Sleeping Pills

    Sleeping Pills

    Millions of Americans turn to potent prescription medications to help them sleep, but many of these treatments can slowly become powerful addictions and lead to even greater sleep problems. Many sleep medications can have serious withdrawal symptoms.