Yes, Ritalin (methylphenidate) is classified by the Drug Enfocement Administration as a Schedule II narotic. But is Ritalin a medical narcotic? More on its medical and legal classification.
Depade is a non-addictive medication and does not produce euphoric effects. So, NO. You can’t get high on Depade. But, do you want to know more about this medication? Read more here.
What are the main effects of Ambien on the body and brain? A thorough review of common side effects of Ambien here, with a section for your questions at the end.
Depression, diarrhea, vomiting are just a few symptoms that can occur during hydrocodone withdrawal. Although acute withdrawal usually resolves in 7-10 days, protracted symptoms can last for weeks. More here on getting help to ease withdrawal symptoms here.
Hydrocodone is habit forming. As a frequently prescribed drug, hydrocodone use can lead to addiction. What are the signs of addiction and how it is treated? Read more, here.
Hydrocodone as a semi-synthetic opioid. After regular daily dosing for a period of a couple of weeks or more, expect to develop dependence on hydrocodone. How and why? More info here.
The pain killer hydrocodone is a strong, efficient drug. But it is also overly prescribed, and can lead you to physical dependence, or even an addiction. More here on hydrocodone use and addiction liability.
One of the most prescribed opioids in the U.S., hydrocodone is highly addictive narcotic that can easily be abused. But the side effects of hydrocodone abuse can destroy your life. More on signs of hydrocodone abuse here.
Yes, Subutex actually delays withdrawal from stronger drugs like oxycodone, hydrocodone, or heroin. More on how Subutex works in the brain here.
Yes, Depade can help treat addiction to opiates by helping reduce cravings. How does it work? It is an opioid receptor antagonist that works by binding to opioid receptors. But instead of activating the receptors, Depade effectively blocks them. More on how Depade works for addiction here.