5 Highly Addictive Prescription Drugs
A common misconception by people is that if a drug is available by prescription from a doctor and is legal, then it must not be harmful. However, when prescription drugs are abused – meaning when they are taken in excessive amounts and when there is no longer a medical reason to take them – they can be as harmful as any other drug.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reports that as many as 100 people die from prescription drug overdose each day and at least 20 percent of Americans recreationally abuse Rx drugs. While opiates top the list, amphetamines How to Buy Xanax 1 Mg Online without Prescription and benzodiazepines are also leading contenders for the most abused prescription drugs.
Vicodin Buy Xanax Online is one of the most abused of the opiate painkillers and is a combination of Hydrocodone and acetaminophen, the main ingredient in Tylenol. Long-term abuse of products containing acetaminophen – such as Vicodin – can lead to liver damage/failure.
An opiate narcotic, OxyContin leaped to the top of the “most addictive” drug list within a few years of being released. Although OxyContin was originally created with a time-release protective coating, addicts quickly discovered a way to tamper with the coating to get the full effects of the drug immediately. As with other opiates, Oxy works on the central nervous system by blocking the opioid receptors, dulling pain and leaving the individual with a euphoric sensation.