How to tell if someone is on drugs
How do you tell the difference between someone having an off day and someone who is abusing drugs or alcohol? We review here.
Symptoms of prescription pain killer abuse and addiction (Top 10)
Taking more pain killers than prescribed, doctor shopping and social withdrawal are all symptoms of prescription pain killer abuse and possible addiction. A list of Top 10 symptoms here.
The best way to get rid of prescription drugs
Should you flush your old prescription drugs down the toilet? Maybe. More on how to get rid of your prescriptions here.
College drug use statistics
Where can you find the most up to date college drug use statistics? Top 5 sources here.
Why do psychiatrists drug test?
Psychiatrists drug test to make diagnosis, monitor your mental health treatment, or to diagnose possible addiction issues. More on why psychiatrists do (and don’t) drug test here.
Do psychiatrists drug test?
Psychiatrists may drug test prior to providing a diagnosis and treatment plan for a patient. But there is no single standard. In fact, drug testing during psychiatric treatment may be mandated by a court or is based on personal doctor choice. More on psychiatrists and drug tests here.
Can you get high on Darvocet?
Yes. Like many painkillers, you can get high on Darvocet. Because serious heart issues can arise from using Darvocet, Darvocet has been withdrawn from the US market since 2010. However, this drug is still available in some countries.
Can you get addicted to antidepressants?
No. Most medical authorities do not consider antidepressants to be addictive. However, some people withdrawal from antidepressant with serious symptoms. We explore in more detail here.
Can you get high on Wellbutrin?
You probably can’t get high off of Wellbutrin without overdosing on the medication. More on Wellbutrin side effects and dangers of taking Wellbutrin here.
Does Ritalin show up on a drug test?
YES and NO. Ritalin cannot be detected in a standard 5 panel drug screen. But Ritalin shows up on drug tests for amphetamines. More on Ritalin detection here.