Think you or a loved on may be addicted to Ambien? Possible treatments for Ambien addiction include behavioral and phamaceutical interventions. More here on the most well-known treatments for Ambien addiction.
Crack cocaine works by affecting the dopamine neurotransmitters in the brain. Can you make crack work better? What does crack do in the body? More on how crack cocaine works in the brain and body here. Plus a section for your questions about crack at the end.
Never stop taking tramadol suddenly. Instead, work with a doctor to gradually taper off tramadol by 10% daily, 20% every three to five days, and 25% a week. More here on how to stop taking tramadol.
Tolerance to hydrocodone can develop over the course of several days to a month after you have started taking hydrocodone. More here on what’s considered a high tolerance to hydrocodone, as well as how tolerance differs from hydrocodone dependence and/or addiction.
YES. Cigarettes are addictive. How? Why? We review here.
Acute hydrocodone withdrawal occurs within the first few days after your last dose. The harsher effects of withdrawal should resolve within about a week after last dose. More on how long Hydrocodone withdrawal lasts here.
Have you had enough and want to quit Percocet for good? Treatment for Percocet addiction includes behavioral and pharmaceutical interventions. More on how to treat Percocet addiction here.
YES. Codeine is addictive if you take codeine in large amounts or other than prescribed. This is even the case when codeine is prescribed by a doctor. We review what codeine is made of, and how you get addicted to codeine here.
Tramadol withdrawal occurs after you’ve been taking tramadol regularly for more than a few weeks. What to expect during tramadol withdrawal here.
Both alcohol and lorazepam are central nervous system depressants. Mixing lorazepam with alcohol can increase risk of overdose, alcohol poisoning or death. More here on the safety issues involving drinking while taking lorazepam.