Drug and alcohol use exposes people to many harms. How do addiction professionals use harm reduction therapy to address them? We explore here.
NO. Xanax is neither a medical nor a legal narcotic. But Xanax is a controlled substance narcotic. This means that if you take Xanax without a prescription, legal consequences are possible. More on the classification of Xanax as a narcotic here.
Family alcohol abuse is a systemic problem. Learn what you can do to help your family and loved ones who abuse alcohol here.
YES and NO. Concerta can get you high. But Concerta doesn’t get you high if you are taking the stimulant for ADHD or narcolespy. More about Concerta, including Concerta addiction and adverse effects, here.
Yes, Percocet can get you high. More about this narcotic pain medication and its psychoactive effects here.
Sort of. Some people can get high on Ultram. Others take large doses of Ultram to get high. More about Ultram and euphoria here.
Yes, you can become addicted to ketamine. Statistics and information about ketamine abuse and addiction here.
No, Wellbutrin does not show up on a standard urine screen drug test. But Wellbutrin can be detected using blood tests. More on Wellbutrin detection here.
Yes, you can die from taking too much Vicodin. Both active ingredients in Vicodin are extremely dangerous if not taken in the recommended dosages. Learn more about the signs, symptoms, and treatment of Vicodin overdose here.
Yes. The active ingredient in Percocet is an opiate painkiller which will show up on routine drug tests. More on the most common types of drug tests used to detect Percocet here.