Signs and symptoms of consumption
Tramadol is a psychoactive drug, so its use primarily causes behavioral abnormalities. They can be different and depend on the personality characteristics of the patient.
In different cases:
- excessive motor activity or lethargy;
- drowsiness or insomnia;
- inability to concentrate;
- self-isolation and indifference to everything;
- reluctance to communicate with loved ones;
- decreased memory and attention;
- absenteeism of study or work without a clear explanation;
- acute reaction to criticism;
- sharp mood swings;
- falsity and avoidance of direct answers to questions;
- untidy appearance;
- the appearance of suspicious acquaintances, jargon;
- interest in specific music and films;
- constant requests to borrow money;
- loss of values.
The dependence on Tramadol can also be recognized by physiological signs. They can also vary depending on the characteristics of the body.
Most often in people who take the drug, there are:
- enlarged or narrowed pupils;
- red squirrel eyes;
- clouded look;
- pale or reddened skin;
- slow and incoherent or simply accelerated speech;
- lack of appetite or gluttony;
- strong weight loss or a large weight gain;
- digestive disorders;
- excessive gesticulation;
- unstable gait.
Within a month on the background of the reception of Tramadol, the patient’s appetite gradually comes to naught. At the same time, an unquenchable thirst develops.
Within three months of regular use of the drug develops physical, emotional and mental exhaustion. The person becomes more and more sluggish. He is often in a good mood, but laughter can suddenly turn into tears or a flash of aggression.
Because of the increased pressure in the patient, there are more intense headaches, with him there are fainting. Opportunities to learn and work are reduced, because memory worsens, absent-mindedness grows. As a result, a person has to exert more effort to perform the usual actions.