Consequences of prolonged use of TramadolAfter one year of misuse of Tramadol in humans, bone tissue is significantly weakened. This increases the risk of fractures and related injuries. Loss of teeth and hair can also occur.
If the patient does not throw Tramadol, then, as a rule, he dies within 3-4 years. However, even after a successful rehabilitation, people have the consequences of dependence that they will have to struggle with for the rest of their lives.
After two years of continuous use of the drug, severe consequences develop:
- toxic hepatitis;
- cirrhosis of the liver.
Among other consequences of long-term use of Tramadol, mental abnormalities are noted:
- alternation of euphoria and depression;
- bouts of irritability;
Only a quarter of tramadol addicts survive after undergoing rehabilitation. The rest die from causes that are directly or indirectly related to the consequences of dependence.
According to statistics, most patients die as a result of overdoses that occur during breakdowns. Up to 9% of all those who use this drug commit suicide during withdrawal, slightly less people die from diseases of internal organs. With 3% of patients in a state of drug intoxication, accidents occur that lead to death.