Most hangover symptoms last from 8 to 24 hours. So time is the most important component of getting over a hangover. More on duration, length, and intensity of hangovers here.
Can Tramadol cause euphoria? Yes. But it rarely does. In fact, Tramadol is thought to reduce risk of drug addiction to prescription pills. More on how Tramadol works and how it can get you high here.
Can you get sober without inpatient drug and alcohol treatment centers? Yes. Learn more here.
Adderall levels peak in the bloodstream about 3 hours after taken orally, compared to 7 hours for Adderall XR (extended release). But when is Adderall out of the system totally? More here.
Is drug or alcohol detox under anesthesia (also know as rapid opiate detox) safe? We review the facts and expert recommendations here.
A brief review of the side effects of Adderall (which can also be addictive) so that you can decide if you want to take Adderall, or not.
Yes, OxyContin (usually prescribed for moderate to severe pain) can cause euphoric effects. Learn how, when and why here.
Top 10 reasons why people use the Internet, and how to know when it's gone too far. Do you know the signs of Internet addiction? More here.
Which came first: lousy self esteem or addiction? Learn how to build a healthy sense of self after you stop drinking or drugging here.
Snorting Kratom is not common. Instead, Kratom is taken orally. Learn why and join the debate on the legality of different forms of Kratom here.
Vicodin is six times stronger than Codeine. But experts recommend generic codeine for its long track record of effectiveness, safety, flexibility and cost. More comparisons on codeine and vicodin here.