Taking tramadol ends in effects that are similar to taking other opioid drugs. It crosses the blood-brain barrier and attaches to specific receptor sites inside the brain which are designed for the natural control of the subjective example of pain. These receptors are readymade to accept certain neurotransmitters that are typically called endogenous opioids that decrease the subjective experience with pain and fatigue.
Tramadol is not shown to have the same dangerous for addiction as other opiates, however it is still addictive. What is typical when a person does become addicted is that getting pills becomes it is essential for him (or her). This goes in terms of a person being willing to commit crimes to acquire pills, when he never would’ve done anything criminal before he was addicted.