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Alcohol is best known as a cause of cirrhosis, a disease of the liver. It is also a major cause of
deaths and injuries due to accidents. It can have severe effects on a baby during pregnancy.
It can also cause stomach pain due to a bleeding ulcer or irritated stomach lining.

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms range from mild shakiness and sweats to hallucinations and the worst form of withdrawal called "DTs" (delirium tremens). Withdrawal symptoms rarely occur in
people who only drink alcohol occasionally.


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Opioids: Also known as narcotic analgesics:
Used to treat pain, opioids are the most commonly abused prescription drugs.
Examples include Morphine, Codeine, OxyContin (oxycodone), Vicodin (hydrocodone) and
Demerol (meperidine).

Central nervous system depressants:

Commonly used to treat anxiety, panic attacks, and sleep disorders.
Examples are Nembutal (pentobarbital sodium), Valium (diazepam), and Xanax (alprazolam).

Central nervous system stimulants:

Commonly used to treat the sleeping disorder narcolepsy and attention-deficit/hyperactivity
disorder. Eg. Ritalin and Phenida (methylphenidate) and Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine).



Drug Treatments for Opiate Addiction and/or drug overdose


Buprenorphine is a synthetic opiate agonist medication that has recently been approved by the
FDA for treatment of opiate addiction. However because of its opioid agonist effects,
buprenorphine is also in itself open to abuse, particularly by individuals who are not physically dependent on opioids.

Naloxone is an opioid antagonist, it reverses the effects of narcotic drugs. Naloxone may also
be used in the treatment of narcotic drug overdose or to diagnosis suspected narcotic addiction.

Naltrexone is a specific opioid antagonist with actions similar to those of naloxone, however,
it is more potent than naloxone and has a longer duration of action. Once a negative naloxone
challenge test has been obtained, naltrexone hydrochloride is given by mouth to maintain
abstinence. Naltrexone is a long-acting, non-addictive oral opioid antagonist.
Although it can be effective in maintaining abstinence in opioid addicts following detoxification,
compliance with therapy is difficult to maintain because although it blocks the euphoriant effects
of opioids it does not block the craving for narcotics
. It is thus most effective in highly motivated
addicts with good sociological and psychological support to discourage impulsive use of opioids.

Naltrexone will cause withdrawal symptoms in people who are physically dependent on
narcotics. Therefore, naltrexone treatment is started after the addicted person is no longer dependent on narcotics. Naltrexone can be ordered below with no prescription needed.

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Latest Updates - Drugs and Alcohol Abuse and Addictions

Could this protein explain why drinking can be so pleasurable?
New research has identified a protein tied to structural changes that take place in one of the brain's reward centers after too much drinking.

E-cigarettes can help smokers quit, but there's a catch
Frequent e-cigarette use does help smokers quit -- a finding that Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers say supports the use of e-cigarettes as a cessation aid for those...

Diarrhea after drinking alcohol: What causes it?
Drinking alcohol can have many side effects, including bouts of diarrhea. Find out why this happens and what can be done to prevent it.

Fetal alcohol syndrome: Causes, treatment, and symptoms
Fetal alcohol syndrome is one of a range of disorders, related to alcohol affecting fetal development. Learn about at the causes, symptoms, and treatments.

'Bad habit' neurons identified
Researchers have identified a type of neuron that orchestrates the brain activity behind habit formation. The findings may be key for treating addiction.

Marijuana 'may be worse than cigarettes for cardiovascular health'
Researchers suggest that the harmful effects of marijuana use on the cardiovascular system may be greater than the effects caused by cigarette smoking.

Cannabis for pain and PTSD 'lacks high-quality evidence'
Systematic reviews of the scientific evidence suggest that it is of insufficient quality to support the use of cannabis for the treatment of PTSD and pain.

Methamphetamine use linked to heightened stroke risk in the young
The stimulant methamphetamine, also popularly known as 'speed,' 'ice' and 'meth,' is linked to a heightened risk of stroke among young people, reveals a review of the available evidence, published...

Every 10 grams of alcohol per day may raise skin cancer risk
The risk of basal and squamous cell carcinomas may increase with every 10 grams of alcohol consumed each day, new research suggests.

Very brief mindfulness training helped heavy drinkers cut back
After just 11 minutes of mindfulness training, heavy drinkers drank less in the following week than peers who underwent relaxation training, study found.

 

 

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