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What Are the Long-Term Side Effects of LSD?

What Is Acid? Acid, which is a more common name for lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), is a popular psychedelic and hallucinogenic drug that was originally synthesized in 1938. Today, acid is known as a party drug that is typically used in upbeat and stimulating environments. Acid is known to influence serotonin receptors in the brain to release a sense of immense pleasure. While there is no proof that LSD has

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What Does The Comedown From Molly Feel Like?

What can you expect when a high from molly begins to wear off? You’ve most likely heard of the synthetic drug Molly. If you haven’t you probably know it by its other names: ecstasy or MDMA. While this drug is known as the perfect addition to an all-night party or rave, it may hit you with some undesirable side effects for a few days after taking it.   What Is

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Can Drugs Make Your Veins Pop Out?

Signs That Someone Is Injecting Drugs One of the most obvious signs that someone is using injectable drugs is the inflammation or collapsing of their veins. Injectable substances, such as heroin, may have several effects on the skin and veins. These drugs can cause the veins to bulge out, collapse, or even blow out. Injectables may also contribute to abscesses and “track marks” around the vein.   Read more to

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What’s The Difference Between Percocet & Heroin?

What Are the Main Differences Between These Drugs?   What are Percocets? Percocets are a type of prescription medication that usually come in the form of a pill. However, there is also a liquid form. This medicine uses a combination of oxycodone and acetaminophen to relieve moderate to severe pain in the body. Percocets can only be prescribed by a doctor; dosage will be determined based on the patient’s medical

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Can Adderall Use Cause Anxiety Disorders?

Adderall & Anxiety Adderall: What Is It? Adderall is a medication in the stimulant drug category. This brand-name prescription, which also comes in a generic version, is the combination of two generic drugs: amphetamine and dextroamphetamine. Adderall is available as both an oral tablet and an extended-release oral capsule; the form and dosage that someone will be prescribed is at the discretion of the patient’s doctor. Typically, a doctor will

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How Does Meth Affect the Female Body?

How Can Using Meth Impact A Woman’s Body? It’s a well-known fact that a drug’s side effects vary based on who is using them. But is it possible for the symptoms and risks of a drug to change based on the sex of the user? For some illicit drugs, such as methamphetamine, the impact it has on the body may be different for men and women. What Is Methamphetamine? Methamphetamine,

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What is Dilaudid?

Dilaudid: A Guide Dilaudid is the brand name for the prescription drug hydromorphone. This immediate-release drug, which is in the opioid analgesics category, is a controlled substance that is designed to change how your body feels and responds to pain. Hydromorphone is available as an oral tablet, a liquid oral solution, and an injection that must be administered by a medical professional. Dilaudid is most commonly prescribed as an oral

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What is Oxycodone?

Oxycodone is the generic name for a painkiller medication that belongs to a group called opioid analgesics. Its main job is to work its way up to your brain and change your body’s response to pain. It’s typically prescribed in pill form and should be taken orally. Oxycodone is known as an around-the-clock pain treatment, which means it should be taken on schedule and not on an as-needed basis.  

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Which Depressants are Legal vs. Illegal?

What Are Depressants? Despite the name, depressants don’t necessarily make you feel depressed. Referred to as “downers,” these drugs are designed to help people relax, release inhibitions, and feel at-ease. They are commonly used to treat anxiety, panic attacks, stress, insomnia, sleep disorders, body pain, seizures, and more. Depressants can be swallowed, drank, injected, or snorted; once administered, they will affect the central nervous system and begin to slow down

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What Are the Effects of Bath Salts?

Bath salts have been discussed more and more in the media.  However, “bath salts” no longer just refers to soothing salts, like Epsom Salt, put in bath tubs.  “Bath salts” is a phrase used to describe a mind-altering drug. The name bath salts might sound harmless, but the drug is actually quite dangerous. Knowing more about bath salts can help clear up any confusion. What are Bath Salts? Bath salts


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