Yes, it is possible to get addicted to beer. Even without an addiction, you can end up abusing beer. We discuss the symptoms of alcohol addiction and strategies to cut back or quit here.
Yes, Vicodin is a narcotic. A combination of hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen, Vicodin is a Schedule III drug under the Controlled Substances Act. More on the classification of narcotivs and Vicodin here.
DXM addiction is unlikely, but some people report a craving for the drug. Facts on how you can get addicted to DXM here.
Yes, you can get high on Vicodin from the opiate ingredient hydrocodone in the drug. More on the risks and effects of Vicodin abuse here.
Yes. You can get high on Valium. However, Valium is addictive and has adverse effects which make recreational use dangerous. More on Valium and the high it causes here.
Sometimes. You can become addicted to hallucinogens, but with most drugs it is not common. More on the addictive potential of hallucinogens and their effects here.
YES and NO. Adderall is a legal narcotic and Schedule II drug. But Adderall is not a medical narcotic. More on narcotic definitions and Adderall as a narcotic here.
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.
No, you can’t get addicted to gabapentin. You can, however, experience withdrawal symptoms after taking it for extended periods of time. We explore the use of gabapentin and how to deal with a physical dependency on the drug here.
Yes, you can die from taking Xanax, especially if it’s taken with other drugs or alcohol. Read more about this commonly abused drug here.
Yes, it’s possible to become addicted to huffing. More on the health impacts of huffing, types of inhalant abuse, and signs of huffing addiction here.