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What Is Paxil?.


What Is Paxil?

Paxil is also known as Paroxetine, and it comes in several different forms including a tablet, a suspension or liquid form and an extended release or a long active tablet form. The primary reasons for why Paxil is prescribed include depression, panic disorder and social anxiety disorder. There are...

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Lunesta Abuse Withdrawal Symptoms.


Lunesta Abuse Withdrawal Symptoms

Should you happen to be taking Lunesta in a large dosage, and you suddenly stop taking it, or if you stop taking it in the same dosage amount, then you may find that you are experiencing symptoms of withdrawal. There are a number of withdrawal symptoms that are associated with stopping Lunesta...

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What Is Lunesta?.


What Is Lunesta?

Lunesta is the trade name for Eszopiclone, a prescription hypnotic medication used to treat insomnia. Hypnotic medications help you to fall asleep by slowing your brain's activity, allowing you to relax and slowly drift off to sleep. Lunesta is one of the most marketed medications for this purpose,...

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Kadian Withdrawal Signs and Symptoms.


Kadian Withdrawal Signs and Symptoms

Although withdrawal from Kadian may make a person feel sick and can be quite uncomfortable, it is not usually life-threatening. A big sign of withdrawal from Kadian will be the urge to continue taking this drug without need. Since the person's body is so used to having Kadian in its system, once...

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What Is Kadian.


What Is Kadian

Kadian is a prescription medication primarily used to treat the symptoms of severe to chronic pain. It is commonly known by its generic name Morphine. Kadian is available as long-acting capsules or tablets. These capsules or tablets contain enough Morphine to relieve pain for 12 or 24 hours and are...

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Avinza Abuse Withdrawal Symptoms.


Avinza Abuse Withdrawal Symptoms

If you have a physical dependency on the drug Avinza and you stop taking it suddenly or if you suddenly lower the dosage, then you may significant a wide range of different withdrawal symptoms. Some of the most common symptoms of Avinza withdrawal can include watery eyes, restlessness, yawning,...

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What Is Avinza?.


What Is Avinza?

Avinza is a brand name for a medication based on morphine. It falls into a classification of drugs that are known as narcotic pain relievers, and its primary purpose is for the treatment of pain falling between moderate and severe on the pain scale. Avinza is the recommended course of action when a...

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Demerol Abuse and Addiction.


Demerol Abuse and Addiction

This medication is an opiate and is a highly controlled substance with a high abuse liability. Demerol is a highly addictive drug commonly abused for its sedation and euphoric effects. When abused, Demerol is taken orally, injected and snorted. When Demerol is injected intravenously it produces an...

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What Is Demerol?.


What Is Demerol?

Demerol is a pain killer. It is a type of medication in the class of narcotic analgesics. This is a group of types of pain medicine that are similar to the drug morphine. This medication works by changing the bodies sensory to pain. Demerol is a medicine used to treat moderate to severe pain it...

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Duragesic Abuse and Addiction.


Duragesic Abuse and Addiction

The abuse of the Duragesic patch occurs when a patient develops a tolerance for the dosage he or she was initially prescribed. Most of the time an abuser will exaggerate the pain he or she is experiencing in order to get a prescription for this drug. Sometimes an abuser will pretend to be injured...

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