When you chew, crush or dissolve Vicodin to get high, you abuse Vicodin. What are some other ways people abuse Vicodin and why? We review here.
Signs of Vicodin addiction can be physical, emotional, and behavioral. Characterized by craving Vicodin, addiction is mainly a psychological condition. More signs of Vicodin addiction here.
When you snort Vicodin, hydrocodone affects the brain almost instantly and can get you high. But do you risk negative health effects, too? We review here.
Vicodin kicks in about 30-60 minutes after oral ingestion. More on when Vicodin starts working and factors that influence Vicodin onset here.
What does smoking Vicodin do to you? An ineffective high, smoked Vicodin can result in irritation of the eyes, respiratory system, and lungs. Just how safe is smoking Vicodin? We review here.
Yes, you can overdose on Vicodin because of the acetaminophen it contains. More on what happens when you OD on Vicodin, acetaminophen poisoning, and safe doses of Vicodin here.
Mixing Vicodin and alcohol can intensify a Vicodin high. But it can also cause your heart and breathing rates to slow down. Enough to lose consciousness, overdose, or die. More here on harms and warnings for mixing Vicodin with alcohol.
You can OD on Vicodin if taken in larger doses than directed, even if the dose is only increased slightly. How much Vicodin is safe for you and more on Vicodin overdose here.
It is easy to overdose on Vicodin. But how much Vicodin is too much depends on your tolerance to opioids. This is why Vicodin needs to be taken only as directed by a doctor. More on Vicodin overdose, acetaminophen poisoning, and safe doses here.
Is snorting Vicodin effective? Or should you take Vicodin orally? Can snorting Vicodin get you high? We review the dangers of taking Vicodin nasally and more on snorting Vicodin effects here.