Morphine is a prescription opioid that is extracted naturally from opium and used to treat moderate to severe pain. Morphine was once only available as an injection, but it is now available in a variety of forms. It’s most typically found in hospitals, where clinicians use it to treat people who have had surgery, sustained a significant accident, or are suffering from various sorts of acute pain.
Morphine is a highly addictive substance. Anyone who uses it for a long time, whether for recreational or prescription purposes, will build a resistance or tolerance to its pain-relieving benefits. Tolerance quickly turns into physical dependency. When your body becomes reliant on morphine, it loses the ability to function normally without it. That means that removing it will cause your body to react.
Withdrawing off morphine can be a painful and unpleasant experience. You’ll probably feel like you’ve caught a nasty flu while going through morphine withdrawal.
Morphine is also available in pharmacies as generic or under trade names such as MS-Contin, MSIR, Oramorph SR, Kadian, Roxanol, and RMS.
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