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Legal methadone uses are limited to relieving severe pain and as a way to manage withdrawal symptoms associated with heroin (or other narcotic) addiction. Due to its addictive nature, the illicit use of methadone is common.
Opioids manage pain symptoms by binding to opioid receptors located in the central nervous system, thereby blocking pain signaling in the brain. Prescriptions of methadone for pain management have become somewhat controversial in recent years, mainly due to the addictive nature and the risk of selling or giving away prescribed pills or powder.
- Chronic Pain: Chronic pain affects more than 40% of older Americans. Prescriptions of methadone for chronic pain management were common until recently, but mounting evidence suggests that long term opioid use for chronic pain management may cause more problems than solutions. Many people who use methadone to manage chronic pain report that they develop tolerance to the medication, resulting in the requirement for ever-increasing doses in order to continue to manage their pain. Consequently, long-term methadone use for pain management leads to addiction, withdrawal symptoms, and unmanaged pain.
- Cancer Pain: Many people undergoing treatment for various cancers suffer from moderate to severe pain, and methadone has been shown to be a reliable first-line therapy in the management of cancer pain. Interestingly, many lines of tumor cells have been shown to have opioid receptors. In these patients, methadone could have “tumor thermogenic” properties; that is, methadone could control pain as well as enhance the efficacy of anti-tumor agents.
- Back Pain: Chronic lower back pain is one of the most prevalent pain syndromes among adults in the United States, affecting 13.1% of adults ages 20 to 69.