Paracetamol is not known to be addictive or have withdrawal upon cessation unless it is a combination with codeine. In that case you can space out the pills you take on a consistent manner until you take only one at night, then half at night, than every other night and then none. If you take more than 4000 mg of paracetamol a day you may want to check your liver function to make sure you did not cause long term damage to it since paracetamol is known to be toxic to the liver if taken in excessive amounts. Please take good care of yourself and good luck.
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