Grieving an Overdose Death: Who Am I Now? The Transformative Power of GriefOctober 7th, 2017 1
Yes, Ultram can make you tired. Up to 25% of people who take Ultram and Ultram ER report extreme sleepiness. What can you do about it? We review here.
Naltrexone, Acamprosate, and Disulfiram are all FDA approved medications to help you stop drinking. More on medications for alcohol use disorder here.
Yes, you can get high off nutmeg. But nutmeg also causes hallucinations, delusion and even death. More on nutmeg's psychotropic effects here.
Can lemons cure a hangover? Yes, lemon juice MIGHT help hangovers. We review this folk remedy for alcohol hangovers, how lemon juice works in the body, plus a few lemon juice recipes here.
Yes, Tramadol can help with opiate withdrawals, especially if you used <10 bags of heroin or opium a day before detox. More on Tramadol's efficacy, what symptoms it treats and how opiate withdrawal side effects are lessened here.
Drinking to cure a hangover works by preventing metabolism of methanol and increasing blood sugar levels. But the hair of the dog may also be a sign of alcohol dependence. Does that mean that you're an alcoholic? More here.
What can you do to stop drinking? 3 tips on self help for alcohol problems here.
Recent discoveries in cognitive neuroscience reinforce the "disease" model of addiction. We review the major tenants and scientific theories of the brain science behind addiction from David Linden's new book, "The Compass of Pleasure" here.
Both hydrocodone and oxycodone provide good pain relief...but oxycodone withdrawal is more severe. Review similarities and differences to choose between hydrocodone and oxycodone here.
No, you don't need rehab to stop drinking. But rehab can help. We review typical alcoholism rehab programs and what treatment is usually offered here.
No, Tramadol does not have codeine or opiates in it. Tramadol is similar to codeine, but it is a synthetic drug. In fact, Tramadol acts like an opiate but is called an opioid. More on Tramadol ingredients here.