Zydone is an opiate-based narcotic used to control moderate to severe pain and treat a chronic cough. Zydone side effects are similar to other narcotics. It is important to be aware of the potential side effects and allergic reaction of any drug before taking it. Zydone is a brand name for hydrocodone, which is a narcotic and acetaminophen combination. Other brand names include Lortab, Vicodin, Xodol and Norco. Always read the information provided with the prescription to be aware of potential reactions and side effects, and follow the instructions in order to avoid other problems.
Zydone side effects vary with each person. Some people experience side effects immediately, while others experience them over time. The most common side effects associated with Zydone are nausea, constipation and euphoria. Along with side effects, people who take narcotics are at risk of developing a high tolerance, physical dependency, emotional dependency and overdosing. This is particularly true for people with a history of alcohol or drug abuse.
Fortunately, Zydone addiction, while not necessarily a side effect, is easily treated using the Waismann Method of Accelerated Neuro-Regulation. This method is done in a hospital where patients are given light anesthesia while an intravenous medication is administered to cleanse the system of Zydone. The detox takes a few hours, and prevents the long process of withdrawal. After a few days, patients are released, and choose how to deal with their continued recovery. However, Domus Retreat is an option for anyone after the Waismann Method of Accelerated Neuro-Regulation procedure.
Constipation is a common complaint from people who abuse Zydone and those who take it responsibly. Other common Zydone side effects are fatigue, sleepiness, dizziness, anxiety, insomnia, depression, irritability, confusion, hallucinations, euphoria, delirium, tremors, dry mouth, nausea, upset stomach, flu-like symptoms, sweating, pupil constriction, itching, muscle pain, bone pain and muscle spasms. More severe Zydone side effects require immediate medical attention. These side effects include confusion, stupor, irregular breathing, respiratory depression, clammy skin, coma, cardiac arrest and circulatory collapse.
It is essential to monitor allergic reactions as well as Zydone side effects. Typical allergic reactions are rash, hives, wheezing, difficulty breathing, tightening of the throat, closing of the throat, or swelling of the lips, face, tongue and throat. Mixing Zydone with alcohol, other narcotics, allergy medication or sleeping pills is dangerous because the side effects such as drowsiness are intensified. Taking Zydone with alcohol has been known to decrease respiration.