Ultram, just like other opioid painkillers, carries the risk of addiction. Find out how Ultram works, how you get addicted, and how you should use it properly. More here.
An explanation of the difference between physical dependence and addiction to oxycodone. Learn how to identify and treat both. More here.
Long-term use of Ritalin is defined as more than 2 weeks of daily dosing. Using Ritalin can result in a number of negative side effects, including motor tics, headache, seizures, or numbness, pain, or sensitivity of the extremities. More here on adverse effects caused by long-term use of Ritalin.
Are you struggling with buprenorphine addiction? Drug problems can be treated. Help is available. Find out how you can treat buprenorphine addiction for yourself or a loved one here.
The decision to quit using Ultram should be made after a doctor consultation, and may require a medical intervention. Read how you can properly and safely stop using Ultram.
Ativan is a powerful benzodizepine with a high risk of causing physical dependence and addiction. Here, we answer how you can recognize physical addiction to Ativan and what treatment is like.
We ANSWER some of the most common QUESTIONS that our readers ask about benzodiazepine withdrawal.
What changes occur in your body and brain as you take OxyContin for pain management? Find a break-down of the medication’s effects on body organs, effects on behavior, and fertility and pregnancy implications, here.
Methadone has a high potential for abuse and may lead to serious psychological or physical dependence. How can you tell if you are addicted, or not? We review the main signs here.
Physical dependence to Ultram is an expected adaptation mechanism accompanied by physical tolerance and withdrawal syndrome. Learn more about the signs and symptoms of Ultram physical addiction and how to treat it, here.