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Commonly Abused Prescription Drugs Chart National Institute on

12/01/2014
03:32 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

Codeine stimulant
Commonly Abused Prescription Drugs Chart National Institute on

Codeine, Empirin with Codeine, Fiorinal with Codeine, Robitussin A-C, Tylenol . Stimulants—prescribed for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the.

Also for fentanyl - 80-100 times more potent analgesic than morphine.

Three types of drugs are abused most often: Tags.

Published: September 2002 Revised: October 2011 Author: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Intoxication Effects - Feelings of exhilaration, increased energy, mental alertness.

Also, for amphetamines - rapid breathing, tremor, loss of coordination, irritability, anxiousness, restlessness/delirium, panic, paranoia, hallucinations, impulsive behavior, aggressiveness, tolerance, addiction.

Potential Health Consequences - lowered blood pressure, slowed breathing, tolerance, withdrawal, addiction; increased risk of respiratory distress and death when combined with alcohol.

Potential Health Consequences - slowed or arrested breathing, lowered pulse and blood pressure, tolerance, addiction, unconsciousness, coma, death; risk of death increased when combined with alcohol or other CNS depressants.

Intoxication Effects - Euphoria, slurred speech.

Potential Health Consequences - increased heart rate, blood pressure, and metabolism, reduced appetite, weight loss, nervousness, insomnia, seizures, heart attack, stroke.

This page was last updated October 2011.

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In 2010, approximay 16 million Americans reported using a prescription drug for nonmedical reasons in the past year; 7 million in the past month.

** Taking drugs by injection can increase the risk of infection through needle contamination with staphylococci, HIV, hepatitis, and other organisms.

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Comedown - Using codeine -after- the stimulant comedown - Drugs Forum

12/01/2014
01:24 | Author: Emily Peterson

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Comedown - Using codeine -after- the stimulant comedown - Drugs Forum

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Simultaneous Use of Stimulants and Opioids

12/01/2014
01:36 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

Codeine stimulant
Simultaneous Use of Stimulants and Opioids

Stimulants should be added to a chronic opioid regimen to The combination products of codeine with aspirin or acetaminophen and caffeine.

It’s a puzzling situation. History and science are pretty clear: the simultaneous use of stimulants and opioids have, for over a century, been reported to be a superior combination for pain relief. 1 So, based on history, why isn’t every patient who’s taking opioids also taking a stimulant? For example, in 1977 the renowned analgesic researcher, William Forest, led a national cooperative study which clearly showed that a dose of dextroamphetamine with morphine increased morphine’s pain-relieving potency one and a half to two times.

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Drug Classifications - Villanova University

12/01/2014
07:32 | Author: Alex Watson

Codeine stimulant
Drug Classifications - Villanova University

Examples include: heroin, morphine, codeine, and Oxycontin. Stimulants. Stimulants are a class of drugs that elevate mood, increase feelings of well-being, and.

As with many other drugs, opiates possess very high addictive potential.

Examples include: LSD, PCP, MDMA ( Ecstasy ), marijuana, mescaline, and psilocybin.

Hallucinogens possess a moderate potential for addiction with very high potential for tolerance, moderate level of psychological dependence, and low potential for physical dependence. Most of the risks associated with hallucinogen use are associated with the risk for personal injury and life-threatening accidents.

Drugs are classified according to their common effects and actions on the mind and body.

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Commonly Abused Prescription Drugs - Homeward Bound, Inc

12/01/2014
05:20 | Author: Alex Watson

Codeine stimulant
Commonly Abused Prescription Drugs - Homeward Bound, Inc

Stimulants - prescribed to treat narcolepsy and attention deficit/hyperactivity fall within this class - sometimes referred to as narcotics - are morphine, codeine.

Despite these beneficial effects for people suffering from anxiety or sleeping disorders, barbiturates and benzodiazepines can be addictive and should be used only as prescribed. CNS depressants should not be combined with any medication or substance that causes sleepiness, including prescription pain medicines, certain over-the-counter cold and allergy medications, or alcohol.

* For men--shrinking of the testicles, reduced sperm count, infertility, baldness, development of breasts, increased risk for prostate cancer.

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