What does smoking Percocet really do to you? Smoking Percocet can irritate the nasal passages, eyes, and lungs. In this article, we’ll explore how smoking Percocet affects your body and just how safe smoking Percocet really is.
Stopping OxyContin suddenly isn’t a good option for most people. Instead, you should slowly taper your dose under medical supervision over the course of weeks. Learn more about how to stop taking OxyContin here.
Symptoms of heroin withdrawal can range from severe pain to excessive sneezing to priapism (persistent and painful erection of the penis). More here on what to expect during heroin withdrawal.
YES. Methadone is highly addictive. This is even the case when methadone is prescribed by a doctor. We review what methadone is made of, and how you get addicted to methadone here.
Valium withdrawal symptoms include anxiousness, insomnia, and depression. More here on Valium withdrawal symptoms and what to expect during detox from Valium here.
Adderall withdrawal is a set of symptoms that manifests when you reduce Adderall dosage or quit taking Adderall completely. More here on what Adderall withdrawal feels like and what helps relieve Adderall withdrawal symptoms.
Hydrocodone can prescribed in many doses and combination formulas by an M.D. in an inpatient or outpatient setting, or in a pain management clinic. As an opiate medication used to help manage pain, hydrocodone is only available by prescription due to its addiction liability. More on how hydrocodone is prescribed here.
The safest way to stop Ambien is by gradually reducing (tapering) dose. Experts suggest a taper schedule of gradual reduction and then withholding an Ambien dose every other day or every third day. Learn more about the principles and protocol behind Ambien cessation here.
A.A. is not the most transparent of organizations on which to base a film or story. But the new documentary on Bill W. is excellent. Here’s why.
Yes, you can overdose on OxyContin, especially if you haven’t taken the medication before. More on OxyContin overdose, poisoning, and safe doses here.