Hydrocodone is an opiate agonist which binds to opiate receptors in the brain. But are there any long term or negative side effects of hydrocodone on the brain? Explore here.
hydrocodone side effects
Hydrocodone can affect you negatively. How? More here.
Hydrocodone has a chemical structure that is related to that of codeine and morphine, and has similar effects on the brain. But how does hydrocodone affect the structure and function of the brain? A list of negative side effects here.
Nausea and vomiting are common for first time hydrocodone users, as well as dizziness, lightheadedness, and drowsiness. But what about the long term effects of hydrocodone on the body? More here.
You abuse hydrocodone anytime you take hydrocodone other than prescribed, or use hydrocodone for euphoric effect. More on the definition of hydrocodone abuse here.
When you snort hydrocodone, you deliver a concentrated dose of the opioid almost immediately to the brain. You can get high and you risk developing hydrocodone dependence, experiencing overdose, and adverse side effects. More on snorting hydrocodone here.
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.
What does smoking hydrocodone do to you? In this article, we’ll explore how it affects your body and just how safe smoking hydrocodone really is.
Scientists still don’t know exactly how hydrocodone works. In general, hydrocodone works as an opiate agonist by changing the way the brain and body perceive pain. More here on hydrocodone’s action on the central nervous system.
Hydrocodone is used to manage pain. More on hydrocodone’s uses, side effects, and dangers here.