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What is methadone?

Methadone is a prescription drug, and is part of a group of drugs known as opioids. Opioids interact with opioid receptors in the brain and elicit a range of responses within the body; from feelings of pain relief, to relaxation, pleasure and contentment.1

Methadone is taken as a replacement for heroin and other opioids as part of treatment for dependence on these drugs. Replacing a drug of dependence with a prescribed drug in this way is known as pharmacotherapy. As well as improving wellbeing by preventing physical withdrawal, pharmacotherapy helps to stabilise the lives of people who are dependent on heroin and other opioids, and to reduce the harms related to drug use.2

Methadone is also used to relieve pain following heart attacks, trauma and surgery.

Slang names

Done, ‘the done’.

Other types of commonly used opioids

MethadoneFact Sheet353.1 kbPDF

How is it used?

The Victorian pharmacotherapy program uses the syrup form of methadone. There are 2 brands of this liquid: Methadone Syrup® and Biodone Forte®.Generally, there are 2 types of methadone programs:

  • Maintenance (long-term programs): May last for months or years, and aim to reduce the harms associated with drug use and improve quality of life.
  • Withdrawal (short-term detoxification programs): Run for approximately 5-14 days and aim to ease the discomfort of stopping the use of heroin.4

For pain relief methadone is administered through an injection or tablets.

How effective is it?

Methadone treatment is more likely to be successful if it is part of a comprehensive treatment program, which addresses the body, mind and environment in which heroinhas been used.

For example, treatment may include a combination of methadone, counselling, alternative therapies and the development of a positive support network of peers, friends and a support group.5

Methadone maintenance may not work for everyone, so it is important to work with a doctor or drug counsellor to find the best approach.

Advantages of methadone maintenance over heroin use

  • Using methadone on its own is unlikely to result in an overdose.
  • Methadone maintenance keeps the person stable while they make positive changes in their life.
  • Health problems are reduced or avoided, especially those related to injecting, such as HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C viruses, skin infections and vein problems.
  • Doses are required only once a day, sometimes even less often, because methadone’s effects are long lasting.
  • Methadone is much cheaper than heroin.5

Effects of methadone

There is no safe level of drug use. Use of any drug always carries some risk – even medications can produce unwanted side effects. It’s important to be careful when taking any type of drug.

Methadone affects everyone differently, based on:

  • size, weight and health
  • whether the person is used to taking it
  • whether other drugs are taken around the same time
  • the amount taken.

The effects of methadone last much longer than the effects of heroin. A single dose lasts for about 24 hours, whereas a dose of heroin may only last for a couple of hours.6

People with pre-existing impaired liver function (due to conditions such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C or prolonged alcohol use) may require careful monitoring while receiving methadone treatment.7

Side effects

The most common side effects of methadone are:

  • sweating (drink at least 2 litres of water each day to prevent dehydration)
  • difficulty passing urine
  • loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting
  • abdominal cramps
  • constipation
  • aching muscles and joints
  • irregular periods
  • low sex drive
  • rashes and itching
  • lethargy, mental clouding and confusion.7

Dose-related effects

Some people on methadone programs will experience unwanted symptoms during their treatment due to their dosage not being right for them. This occurs particularly at the beginning of treatment.7

If the dose is too low, the following symptoms may be experienced:

  • runny nose
  • yawning
  • high temperature but feeling cold and sweating with goosebumps
  • irritability and aggression
  • loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting
  • abdominal cramps and diarrhoea
  • tremors, muscle spasms and jerking
  • back and joint aches
  • cravings for the drug they were dependant on.1


If the dose is too high, the following symptoms may be experienced. Call an ambulance straight away by dialling triple zero (000) if you have any of these symptoms (ambulance officers don’t need to involve the police):

  • depressed breathing, stupor or coma due to accumulation of the drug
  • severe constipation with obstruction of the bowel, or inability to pass urine
  • marked allergic reaction, with swelling of the face, lips, tongue and throat, wheezy breathing or tight chest
  • intense red rash with itching or hives
  • collapse.1

Long-term effects

Methadone in its pure form will not cause damage to the major organs of the body. Prolonged use of methadone will not cause any physical damage.


Methadone withdrawal develops more slowly and is less intense than withdrawal from heroin. Withdrawal symptoms are similar to those listed under ‘Dose-related effects’ under ‘too low’ dose. Most of these effects will begin within 1 to 3 days after the last dose and will peak around the 6th day, but can last longer.1


Weekly Dose: methadone, the most effective treatment for heroin dependence

Methadone is a synthetic drug that acts like drugs derived from the opium poppy (“opioids”). It is well absorbed when swallowed in a single dose, lasting about 24 hours.

Methadone is used mainly to treat heroin dependence, but also dependence on other opioid prescription drugs. It is sometimes used to treat severe chronic pain.

The drug is legal, can be taken by mouth and once-daily doses make it easy to supervise. It is used in over 80 countries. In about half of these, methadone treatment is provided in prisons.

In 2015, Australia had over 48,000 people on opioid substitution treatment. The number is increasing by about 5% a year.

Methadone is used in clinics, pharmacies, hospitals and prisons in most Australian states and territories. Most people require treatment for a few years. Often treatment is interrupted and therefore consists of multiple episodes.


How it works

After methadone attaches to the opiate receptors in the brain, many functions in the body are initially slowed (such as breathing and bowel movements) and pain is decreased. Later, the body learns to “tolerate” methadone, so the effects decrease.

Methadone is very soluble in fat and this makes absorption after swallowing very rapid. Methadone quickly enters the body’s fatty tissues, which slowly release it after methadone levels in the bloodstream start dropping. This is what makes methadone last so long.

People who take heroin after having taken an adequate dose of methadone for a couple of weeks will feel little or no effect of the heroin. Higher methadone doses for longer periods achieve better outcomes.

Some patients on methadone treatment have severe physical and mental health problems and are socially isolated. Psychological treatments can be helpful for some but are often made mandatory for all. Encouraging education, training and employment and improving parenting should be important parts of opioid substitution treatment but rarely get the attention they deserve.

The benefits of opioid substitution include reduced overdose deaths, reduced deaths overall, reduced HIV infections, reduced hepatitis C infections, reduced drug use, reduced crime and improved social functioning.

Methadone treatment is one of the most frequently evaluated interventions in medicine. The World Health Organisation and other UN bodies with a major responsibility for illicit drugs policy have endorsed the treatment.

How it was developed

German scientists developed methadone just before the second world war when access to Asian opium was threatened. The German military wanted to ensure they had a powerful drug to treat severe acute pain.

Professor Vincent Dole and Dr Marie Nyswander from Rockefeller University in New York pioneered the use of methadone to treat heroin dependence in 1964. Dole was awarded the Lasker prize for major contributions to medical science for this work (Nyswander had unfortunately passed away at this time).

Dr Stella Dalton began using methadone to treat heroin dependence in Sydney in 1969 and this was accepted officially in Australia in 1970.

Methadone treatment was initially extremely restrictive and punitive in Australia and internationally. Doses were too low, treatment much too short and patients were treated punitively. Treatment also often ignored or contradicted clear findings from research in that treatment duration was often subject to arbitrary restriction, doses were reduced if there was evidence of heroin use, and frequent supervised urine drug testing was demanded despite the cost and lack of evidence of benefit.

These days, treatment has been expanded, but unmet and deterred demand is still substantial. Higher doses and longer duration of treatment are now used and treatment is less punitive. Incremental improvement is increasingly valued without requiring rapid achievement of abstinence from heroin.

Although treatment is much improved in Australia, there is still a long way to go.

How much it costs

The drug methadone is very inexpensive. A 100mg dose costs less than A$1.00.

Staff costs account for most of the cost of opioid substitution treatment in Australia. The average cost of methadone treatment per person, when provided by GPs, was estimated in 1995 to be A$737 in the first year of treatment and $367 in subsequent years. But when psychiatrists provided opioid substitution treatment these costs were A$2,189 and A$1,267 respectively.

It is estimated that for every dollar spent on methadone treatment, A$4-$7 is saved for the community by reductions in the cost of health care and crime.

In Australia, people undergoing opioid substitution treatment mostly pay at least A$35 per week for this treatment. As most people taking methadone have very low incomes, the high cost delays treatment entry and accelerates exit from treatment, damaging treatment outcomes.

How it makes you feel and what it could react with

People on methadone feel like they have taken an opioid, with a slight sense of euphoria. This feeling reduces the rate of treatment attrition but upsets detractors because it involves treating a person with a drug addiction with another drug of addiction.

When a person taking methadone takes other sedative drugs such as alcohol, cannabis, benzodiazepines or barbiturates, the sedative effects are additive and can result in an overdose. Many people using street heroin consume these drugs at high risk.

What are the side effects?

Common side effects of methadone include constipation, sweating, impotence in males (at higher doses), loss of libido in males and females, and severe withdrawal symptoms when methadone is stopped abruptly.

Overdose deaths in children of parents on methadone treatment have occurred. Understandably, these cause considerable concern, resulting in vigorous efforts to minimise such deaths.

A controversial treatment

Methadone is often very controversial for decades after being introduced to a country. In Australia, the controversy over methadone treatment is largely over, although implacable opponents of harm reduction still occasionally question the treatment.

Methadone treatment does not appeal to all users of heroin or prescription opioids, and may be inappropriate or ineffective for some. But it is better supported by evidence of effectiveness and is also very cost-effective.