When exposed to Percocet on the long term, our brain goes through several changes in its function and structure. This infographic helps you explore Percocet’s long term effects on the brain.
What damages and risks can long term Percocet abuse cause to your body and organs? Explore this infographic to learn how prolonged Percocet use can harm your body.
Symptoms of Percocet addiction include doctor shopping, non-prescription use, and continued use of Percocet despite negative life consequences. More signs here.
Percocet abuse includes taking more Percocet than prescribed, or for longer periods than intended. Or using Percocet in ways other than prescribed (snorting, smoking, injecting). More on what Percocet abuse is here.
When you snort Percoet, you speed onset of oxycodone in the brain. Is snorting Percocet bad for you? We review here.
What does smoking Percocet really do to you? Smoking Percocet can irritate the nasal passages, eyes, and lungs. In this article, we’ll explore how smoking Percocet affects your body and just how safe smoking Percocet really is.
Percocet is used to manage pain. More on Percocet’s uses, side effects, and dangers here.
Mixing Percocet and alcohol can trigger a pleasant, relaxing state. But you can also die from Percocet overdose or cause alcohol poisoning? More here on the harms of mixing Percocet with alcohol and how to avoid them.
Yes, you can overdose on Percocet because of the acetaminophen (not the oxycodone) it contains. More on what happens when you OD on Percocet, acetaminophen poisoning, and safe doses here.
Percocet can be lethal if taken in larger doses than directed, even if the dose is only slightly higher than prescribed. More on how much amount of Percocet is safe for you and Percocet overdose here.