Yes, you can overdose on Vicodin because of the acetaminophen it contains. More on what happens when you OD on Vicodin, acetaminophen poisoning, and safe doses of Vicodin here.
Percocet is used to manage pain. More on Percocet’s uses, side effects, and dangers here.
Adderall is prescribed in doses of 5-30 mg daily. Adderall is prescribed to help with ADHD and sleep disorders. More on Adderall prescription dosing, costs, and uses here.
Valium lasts and will affect you for about 4-6 hours, although Valium stays in your system considerably longer. Learn more about Valium dosing, dangers, and more here.
OxyContin works to provide pain relief by changing how the brain and body perceive pain. More on how OxyContin works here.
To help and alcoholic or drug addict get help, prepare yourself first and then confront the addict. 1. Be sure addiction is present. 2. Educate yourself about addiction. 3. Build a network of support. 4. Avoid codependency.
Yes. But it is very difficult to overdose on Ambien. More on how much Ambien is safe for you and Ambien overdose here.
You stop taking oxycodone by gradually reducing dose amount and frequencies. Find general guidelines and what happens when you stop taking oxycodone here.
Smoking Wellbutrin is relatively ineffective, and is pretty risky with little payoff. More on how smoking Wellbutrin affects your body and just how safe smoking Wellbutrin really is here.
Xanax is an anti anxiety medication prescribed in doses from 1 to 10 mg as needed or several times a day. More on the prescription uses for Xanax, Xanax dosage, cost, and signs of Xanax abuse here.