OxyContin can be detected via oxyocodone 1-3 days after use. More on detection levels, drug testing and OxyContin in the body here.
The most common side effects of nicotine withdrawal are weight gain, cravings, and mental-emotional states. Learn how to cope with these side effects here.
Nicotine withdrawal treatment consists of medications and/or counseling. We review treatment options for acute nicotine withdrawal and more long term nicotine dependence treatment here.
Yes. And no. The brand name drug OxyContin contains oxycodone. But the action times of the two analgesic medications in IR and ER forms are different. And so are the prices. We explore more on similarities and differences between oxycodone and OxyContin here.
What are the main nicotine withdrawal symptoms? Is nicotine withdrawal safe? When will cravings end? We answer these questions and more in a thorough introduction to symptoms of nicotine withdrawal here.
XTC doesn't stay long in your system. With a short half life and elimination time of under 96 hours, XTC can be detected in urine up to 2 days after last dose. More on drug testing for XTC, detection times and peak levels of the drug here.
LSD effects usually last for 12 hours. But LSD can stay in your system for up to 5 days after use. More on the bioavailability, half life and detection window of LSD here.
It is unlikely that you can get addicted to melatonin. More on the physical chemistry of melatonin, its uses and addiction liability here.
Not too thrilled about mainstream addiction treatment options? Why not complete addiction treatment from home? Self-help groups like SMART Recovery® use psychotherapy techniques as alternative options to addiction treatment. Learn more about SMART Recovery and its recovery tools here.
Cocaine has a short half life (about 60 minutes). But cocaine can stay in your system and be detected in urine 2-4 days after use. Detection time increases to 12-14 days for chronic or binge users. More on detection times, drug testing methods and liability of cocaine addiction here.
Benzodiazepines (Benzos) can stay in your system for weeks to months after last dose. Learn more about short and long acting benzos, their half lives and detection times here.