How much Ritalin can lead to an OD depends on the individual, the condition, physical health, age, body mass, tolerance to methylphenidate, and other factors. More on Ritalin overdose risk, symptoms, and what to do in case of an OD, here.
For a start, you can help your tramadol addicted friend or loved one by showing readiness to participate in the process of their recovery. More ideas on how to help a tramadol addict, here.
Acute Ritalin detox usually lasts for 3-5 days. But most of the symptoms should resolve within 2-3 weeks after your last use. Get a better picture about Ritalin detox timeline and schedule, here.
How can doctors responsibly prescribe opioid medications to patients? A review of a landmark case from 2015 AND recommendations from former DEA Special Agent, Warren Rivera, here.
The best way to come off Ativan is to consult your doctor about it FIRST. Stopping abruptly can be dangerous and can cause a number of unpleasant withdrawal effects. Read this article to find out how to safely stop using Ativan.
You can get addicted to Valium if you take the medication for its effects on the brain. Learn more here about how Valium addiction is formed. By the end of the article, you should be able recognize the signs and symptoms of addiction. Questions are welcomed at the end.
You can help a hydrocodone addict by showing understanding and support during their treatment and recovery. Find out the best ways of getting help for a hydrocodone addict, here.
Are you looking for ways to stop methadone use? Quitting methadone use depends on proper tapering, your physical and emotional health, as well as your personality and expectations. More about stopping methadone safely, here.
Current U.S. statistics suggest that ineffective patient-clinician relationships may contribute to opioid misuse. Here, we summarize important recommendations that we can apply to start to prevent opioid misuse in clinical settings.
There are many ways you can help an OxyContin addict. Show support and encouragement. Stage interventions. Or, research treatment resources in your local area. More about what you can do to help a loved one here.