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Abuse of Anxiety Medications.


Abuse of Anxiety Medications

It is natural to feel some anxiety when facing certain situations. Preparing for a test at school or a presentation at work, dealing with the prospect of losing your job, or waiting for the results of a medical test are all instances in which anxiety can be present. Usually, once the situation is...

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Commonly Abused Anti-Anxiety Drugs.


Commonly Abused Anti-Anxiety Drugs

Anti-anxiety drugs are also known as tranquilizers or sedatives and they're very powerful central nervous system depressants. This type of medication is prescribed to patients for the relief of anxiety and tension and they work by slowing down the central nervous system. They widely prescribe these...

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Alprazolam Abuse.


Alprazolam Abuse

Not long ago a student from San Diego State University died from an unintentional overdose after a party the 20 year old attended according an article on latimes.com. Acute intoxication from alprazolam and oxycodone was the cause of death according to the results of toxicology tests.
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Online Pharmacies and Prescription Drug Abuse.


Online Pharmacies and Prescription Drug Abuse

We know that substance abuse has hit a serious high when drug related overdoses take more lives than auto accidents do. The alarming amount of prescription pain pill overdoses is extremely high and will probably continue unless people start to understand just how dangerous these drugs are when...

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