Tag: pain pill addiction

It may come as a surprise to many, but the risk of young people taking painkillers, benzodiazepines, or stimulants from the family medicine cabinet is genuine. Data shows that about half of all teenagers that abuse prescription drugs get them from family and friends. While not all of these occur from an unsuspecting bathroom, a large portion will.

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If You Give Your Child Opiates, They Could Turn to Heroin Any normal parent would immediately insist that no, they would not give their child heroin, but they might do it unknowingly. These days heroin addiction does not begin in a back alley or in a cheap motel. It starts in a place where we

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Written By: Fiona Stockard The Common Types of Pain Pills Medicine cabinets everywhere are becoming the new drug dealers! You no longer have to brave a dangerous neighborhood to get loaded. Instead, you only have to go into your parent’s bathroom to find a wealth of pain pills. Pain pills are classified as any pill that

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Pain Pill Addiction Opioids are prescription drugs used to treat and reduce pain. They do this by decreasing the intensity of pain signals reaching the brain. Many people also report a sense of euphoria after taking opioid pills. This euphoric feeling is the problem – people like it and want more. To put it another

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