Yes, fentanyl is a Schedule II substance under the Controlled Substances Act. More on this legal definition, fentanyl’s abuse potential and narcotic status here.
What kinds of treatments can you expect when going to rehab for Xanax addiction? A brief (but thorough) review here.
Ambien (zolpidem) is a hypnotic sedative prescribed as a sleep aid. But, it can cause some adverse side effects in those who use it. Learn more about the safety and effectiveness of Ambien, here.
Constipation, nausea and sleep disturbances are only few side effects of OxyContin. What are the others? Check out here, plus all facts on Oxycontin
What are the main effects of Ritalin (on the body and brain)? We review the postitive and negative effects of Ritalin here.
Campral is a medication intended for treating alcohol dependent people who are trying to abstain. Is this medication safe or are there any unwanted side effects from its use? We explore your questions here.
Revia is a brand name medication for a Rx drug containing naltrexone. While Revia is generally a safe medication, what precautions should you take when considering this med? More here, with a section at the end for your questions.
Withdrawal from Fentanyl can begin in the first 24 hours following cessation of use. While symptoms intensify about 72 hours after use, they usually resolve within 7-10 days. More here on Fentanyl and withdrawal symptoms here.
Prescribed buprenorphine is an important part of pharmacological treatment for heroin, opiate, or opioid addiction. But how can it be used most effectively? We explore Q&As on buprenorphine with one of the first prescribers of Suboxone, Dr. David Simon, M.D. More here!
As a semi-synthetic drug, Buprenorphine is used to treat chronic and severe pain and to help recovering opiate/opioid users avoid withdrawal. But, is it addictive? Find out here: