Withdrawal Duration

How Long Will Withdrawal Last?

Video: How long does opiate withdrawal last?

Dr. Brian Earthman, MD
Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine Chief Clinical Advisor, Withdrawal-Ease

Most people will start to feel the effects of withdrawal between 12-16 hours after they have taken their last dose. Most of your physical symptoms of withdrawal will last 5-7 days although some of the psychological symptoms (depression) can last a lot longer. For a more detailed look a typical detox timeline, have a look at The Withdrawal Ease Opiate Detox Timeline.

Withdrawal Symptoms Effects over time


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