Depressants

Depressants are prescription drugs which act in the central nervous system. It blocks or ‘depresses’ the normal brain activity. Doctors commonly prescribe depressants for people who have difficulty in sleeping or to relieve anxiety. Depressants can ef...

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Benzodiazepines

Valium, Xanax, Ativan, Librium, and Roofies—these are just some of the most common names for a class of psychoactive drugs known as benzodiazepines (BZD or BZs). These substances are commonly prescribed by doctors for their sedative properties. But unfo...

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Barbiturates

Barbiturates belong to a group of drugs referred to as sedative-hypnotics. These drugs are known to induce sleep and decrease anxiety disorders. Even though these drugs can cure several disorders, it can still be very dangerous. Barbituates are not given ...

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Methamphetamine

Some of the best central nervous system (CNS) stimulants have medical uses that somewhat make up for the fact that they are also addictive. While they run the risk of causing dependence once abused, they still have a good purpose when used responsibly. Me...

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Oxymorphone

Oxymorphone is a potent semi-synthetic opioid painkiller or analgesic which referred to as narcotic. It acts in the nervous and other body systems such as the respiratory and circulatory systems. The drug also changes how the body the body’s perception ...

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Hydrocodone

Hydrocodone is a semi-synthetic opioid produced from codeine, an opioid found in opium poppy plant. The drug falls under the narcotic analgesics or pain killer medicines. Commonly comes in a liquid form, doctors prescribed the drug to relieve pain, stops ...

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Fentanyl

The drug fentanyl belongs to the most powerful opioid painkiller group in the world. It is also about 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Doctors prescribe fentanyl to treat patients experiencing s...

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Opiates What You Need To Know

Are Opiates Addictive? Opiates with natural alkaloids belong to benzylisoquinoline alkaloids, a large biosynthetic group found in the opium poppy plant. Opiates have a wide variety of available drugs, ranging from legal medications (fentanyl, codeine, and...

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Diphenoxylate

  Diphenoxylate Diphenoxylate is an active opioid drug used as a treatment for diarrhea. The drug affects the intestine in slowing down the contractions. This allows the body to draw out moisture from the food hence it stops the formation of liquid stool...

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Methadone

  Methadone Methadone is an opioid medication sometimes referred as a narcotic. The drug is used to reduce withdrawal symptoms for people undergoing detoxification for heroin and other narcotic drugs. Methadone does not produce “high” sensation which...

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Meperidine

Meperidine Meperidine is a narcotic analgesic and affects the perception of the brain and nervous system in decreasing the pain. The doctor prescribed drug is marketed under the brand name of Demerol. Also, Meperidine is used to treat short-term moderate ...

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What Are Opiates?

No one in the world wants to suffer, thus, people seek for a medical treatment to help ease their pain. Most of the time, they visit a doctor to ask for stronger medication prescriptions, especially when over-the-counter pain relievers don’t provide the...

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Oxycodone

Oxycodone brings relief for many people who are suffering from traumatic pain. However, it is quickly becoming a popular choice among illicit users, even though its a prescribed medication– because of its euphoric effects. Despite the health risks, ...

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What Is Methadone?

If you’ve been prescribed methadone, you would want to know how safe it is. Methadone is an opioid drug; it is also called an opiate. What the methadone does to your body is weaken the withdrawal symptoms if you are dependent on heroin or other opiate d...

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Can You “Shoot Methadone”?

Methadone that is manufactured and sold in the United States is usually made to be taken orally. However, manufacturers have realized that oral drugs require a longer time to produce results and that it does not bring the exact kind of “burst of euphori...

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