Nuromol is an over-the-counter pain relief medication. When taken in the recommended dose, it is completely safe for bodies. However, like other over-the-counter drugs and prescription medication, there is a risk that you could become dependent on Nuromol.

In this case, Nuromol addiction can occur which can have huge physical and psychological effects. Here, we look at the signs and symptoms of Nuromol addiction and highlight what you should do if you’re concerned about it.

What is Nuromol Used For?

Available from pharmacies, Nuromol is a pain relief medication that relieves mild to moderate and temporary pain. Typically, it’s used when other pain relief medications like Paracetamol and Ibuprofen haven’t worked.

The most common conditions it can treat are headaches, cold and flu, dental pain, muscle pain, sore throats, and fevers.  As Nuromol is readily available, many people believe you can’t become addicted to it. But, just like other prescription drugs and over-the-counter medication, it can lead to dependence and drug addiction.

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Why Prescription Drugs are Addictive?

One of the biggest reasons prescription drugs are so addictive is the naivety surrounding them and a lack of awareness of their ingredients and addictiveness. Put simply, people believe that because they’re available, they must be safe, and some choose to self-medicate, which results in taking a higher dose.

Painkillers like Nuromol work by intercepting the pain signals to the brain. At the same time, it releases positive and relaxing sensations around the brain and body.

This can result in a cycle of the brain and body looking for more Nuromol, tolerance building and dependence growing. What’s more, as the body and brain become dependent on the substance, it’s likely that you’ll suffer from side effects and withdrawal symptoms without the substance or if you try to reduce your dose.

Nuromol Abuse and Addiction

If you think you have a Nuromol addiction or are worried about a loved one who uses Nuromol, it’s important to get the right help. Nuromol abuse can lead to serious health complications.

There isn’t a set symptom that means you have an addiction. Instead, it’s usually a behaviour pattern indicating you could require professional help.

Typical signs of a Nuromol addiction include:

  • Cravings and withdrawal symptoms without Nuromol
  • Using Nuromol even though the initial pain has disappeared
  • Going to extreme lengths to get Nuromol
  • Wanting to stop but not being able to do
  • Continuing with your usage even though it’s having a big impact on health, finances, relationships, and jobs
  • Needing higher doses to function

It can be difficult to admit or even realise that you might have an addiction, especially when the substance is available over the counter. But if something has made you question your behaviour, then it’s important to consider why.

Even if you don’t think you have an addiction but are concerned about your usage, the team at Ocean Recovery are here to help. We won’t judge you or force you to go into drug rehab. Instead, we’ll listen, give advice, and highlight what options are available to you.

Addiction recovery is possible when you’re ready. However, individuals have got to recognise they have a problem and want to recover. Watching loved ones in denial struggle with addiction can be hugely challenging for friends and family members.

Our team is here to support you, too; we have family referral and intervention services which can be a sounding board for you to voice your concerns and ask any questions about the next steps.

Dangers of Painkillers

Painkillers are safe when taken in moderation and with the correct dose. But when taken in high doses, they can become addictive because of how they work in the brain. For this reason, it’s important that you only ever take painkillers in the way they have been prescribed. Knowing the signs and symptoms of painkiller addiction is also wise.

Painkiller addiction can present itself in several ways and soon take its toll on your physical and mental health. Common side effects of painkiller addiction include:

  • Liver damage
  • Kidney damage
  • Increased risk of heart attacks and strokes
  • Bruising and bleeding
  • Stomach concerns
  • Skin reactions like blisters and rashes
  • Mood changes
  • Headaches
  • Issues with sleeping

If you are suffering from any of these or are worried about your usage, you must get medical help. Addiction, including painkiller addiction, is classed as a serious health condition. One that requires medical attention. This is what makes private drug and alcohol rehab often the only choice.

Evidence-based therapy treats physical addiction and emotional and psychological dependency at a rehab centre like Ocean Recovery. You’ll be guided to create a new lifestyle with healthy choices that are good for you and your body. Plus, you’ll have access to a medically assisted drug detox where you and your withdrawal symptoms are monitored and treated with medication.

That’s not all. When you choose a leading rehab centre like ours, you’ll also be provided with aftercare and relapse prevention to ensure you have everything you need to stay strong, motivated, and resilient even when your time at rehab has ended.

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If you think you have a Nuromol addiction, feeling scared, confused, or anxious is completely normal. Rehab is a big decision, but it’s often the only way to get on the path to long-term recovery.

Equally, if you’re watching a loved one suffer from addiction, you can feel stressed, alone, and unable to help. At Ocean Recovery, we know that addiction can affect so many people, and we’re here for everyone. What’s more, a better future could be closer than you think. Contact us today on 0800 880 7596 or via our online service. We guarantee you won’t look back.

John Gillen - Author - Last updated: September 2, 2022

John is one UK’s leading professionals in the addiction recovery industry. Pioneering new treatment techniques such as NAD+ and ongoing research into new therapy techniques such as systematic laser therapy, John is committed to providing the very best treatment for people throughout the UK and Europe. During his extremely busy schedule, John likes to regularly update our blog section with the latest news and trends in the industry to keep visitors to our site as well informed as possible on everything related to addiction treatment.

Dr Alexander Lapa - Clinical Reviewer at Ocean Recovery

Dr Alexander Lapa (Psychiatrist) - Clinical Reviewer - Last reviewed: September 2, 2022

MBBS, PG Dip Clin Ed, OA Dip CBT, OA Dip Psychology, SCOPE Certified

Dr Lapa graduated in Medicine in 2000 and since this time has accrued much experience working in the widest range of psychiatric settings with differing illness presentations and backgrounds in inpatient, community and secure settings. This has been aligned to continuation of professional development at postgraduate level in clinical research which has been very closely related to the everyday clinical practice conducted by this practitioner as a NHS and Private Psychiatrist.
He is fully indemnified by the Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland (MDDUS) and MIAB Expert Insurance for Psychiatric and Private Medical practice. He is fully registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) in the UK with a licence to practice.

Dr Lapa is approved under Section 12(2) of the Mental Health Act (1983)

Member of Independent Doctors Federation (IDF), British Association for Psychopharmacology (BMA) and The Association for the Study of Obesity (ASO)

Dr Lapa’s extensive experience has also concentrated on the following areas of clinical practice:
– Assessment, Diagnosis and Pharmacological Treatment for Adults with ADHD.
– Drug and Alcohol Dependency and maintaining abstinence and continued recovery
– Intravenous and Intramuscular Vitamin and Mineral Infusion Therapy
– Dietary and Weight Management and thorough care from assessment to treatment to end goals and maintenance
– Aesthetic Practice and Procedures