These include insomnia, restless legs, muscle and
leg cramping, difficulty breathing and
swallowing, a lot of yawning, diarrhea,etc... Tramadol
not marketed as an opiate but the mechanism of action is just the same.Some clinicians have assumed this popular analgesic's nonscheduled status under the Controlled Substance Act (CSA) means tramadol has no substance abuse potential. And by abuse I mean, dependence. It should subside within 1-2 weeks, and post acute withdrawal within 2-3 months.