Lortab is a prescription narcotic pain medication. It is among the prescription drugs with the highest levels of abuse. Some signs of Lortab addiction include getting prescriptions from multiple doctors, buying Lortab from others who have prescriptions for it, buying it from drug dealers on the street, stealing it from hospitals or individuals, mood swings, secrecy when its time to take their medication, and the loss of ability to handle daily responsibilities.
Lortab Withdrawal Symptoms
Withdrawal symptoms for Lortab include cramps, body pain, tremors, sweating, anxiety, insomnia, body chills, paranoia, agitation, aggressive behavior, hyperactivity, depression, and loss of appetite. These withdrawal symptoms can begin to show within 6 to 12 hours of the last dose and can last as long as a few weeks.
Lortab is a opioid pain reliever that is a combination of hydrocodone and acetaminophen. It is used for the relief of moderate to severe pain. Classified as a Schedule III drug, it can cause moderate physical addiction or a high psychological addiction if abused. Side effects of Lortab include slowed breathing and heart rate, lightheadedness, sedation, unusual thoughts, and nausea. Long term effects of Lortab use can include liver damage, neurological damage, and difficulty breathing.