Addiction Topic Keyword: Oxycontin (p. 1 of 1)

  • Oxycontin Addiction Help

    Oxycontin Addiction Help

    If you are abusing Oxycontin in any manner, which essentially entails that you are taking it in an off label manner or for an off label purpose, then realize that there is help out there for you to take advantage of. There are a wide variety of drug rehab facilities that are specifically designed for prescription drug abuse and addiction.
    This means that you can find the right type of help,...

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  • Why is Oxycontin Dangerous?

    Why is Oxycontin Dangerous?

    Oxycontin is a type of opioid drug that is supposed to be used to treat different types of severe pain. In situations where someone is dealing with extreme or chronic pain, this type of drug is the preferred medication of choice because there is not a threshold where the effect of the drug is going to cease to increase.
    The only upper limit that exists is one that is created by side effects...

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  • Oxycontin Withdrawal

    Oxycontin Withdrawal

    Oxycontin is a drug that is commonly prescribed for relief of moderate to severe pain. This opioid narcotic pain reliever is extremely habit forming, and many individuals who take it for prolonged periods of time can develop an addiction to the drug.
    Discontinuing the use of Oxycontin abruptly can lead to the development of serious and potentially life threatening side effects. What...

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  • Identifying Oxycontin and How It Is Abused

    Identifying Oxycontin and How It Is Abused

    Oxycontin is the trade name for a type of narcotic known as oxycodone hydrochloride. This is a painkiller that is widely available across the United States, but that you can only acquire with the use of a prescription from a legitimate physician.
    Oxycontin can be acquired legitimately with a prescription for a number of different purposes, though its primary mechanism for use is in the...

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  • Xanax Addiction and Treatment and Oxycontin Addiction, Abuse and Treatment - Updated 2011

    Xanax Addiction and Treatment and Oxycontin Addiction, Abuse and Treatment - Updated 2011

    As times change and life moves on, the abuse of drugs continue but the types of drugs abused fluctuate among our youth, young and older adults. Some drugs will become less prevalent and others will become more wide spread and misused. The abuse of specific drugs today will probably continue a few years from now but the ones more commonly abused will vary and change among substance users in all...

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  • Examples of Controlled Substances and Their Scheduling

    Examples of Controlled Substances and Their Scheduling

    There are many different types of drugs abused or misused today that affect the lives of adolescents, teens, young adults, and older adults throughout the U.S. Substance abuse takes place is all age groups and economic backgrounds and destroys health, families, and causes our health care to sky rocket.
    It's sad because substance abuse and addiction takes a toll on everyone and in one way or...

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  • Oxycontin Addiction, Abuse and Treatment

    Oxycontin Addiction, Abuse and Treatment

    General Principles OxyContin is an opioid agonist first introduced in 1995. It is a Schedule 11 controlled drug used in the treatment of severe pain disorders. OxyContin is a long acting formulation of oxycodone, the medication's active ingredient. Today, various formulations of oxycontin are available.
    The drug is a powerful pain killer and widely used in clinical medicine. However,...

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  • Rapid Detox

    Rapid Detox

    There have been substantial advances when it comes to understanding the biochemical and genetic basis for substance abuse and addiction over the past ten years. In spite of this knowledge very little information is disseminated in regards to alternative forms of detox treatment.
    One form of alternative treatment is rapid detox and is a viable alternative for certain patients. Rapid...

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