Adderall dependence and addiction is more common than you might think. If you’ve been using Adderall to get high, study, or complete tasks for school or work, stopping might not be as easy as it sounds. Since it’s an addictive stimulant, consistent use of Adderall can cause dependence and withdrawal symptoms when you cut back or quit using it entirely.
Kratom is an addictive substance that people have used for thousands of years. However, kratom abuse has recently gained popularity in the U.S., with many people using strains like Maeng Da to increase energy levels, productivity, or combat opioid withdrawal, despite the risks.
LSD and acid are exactly the same drug. However, some people refer to LSD as acid because it’s a street name or slang term for the drug. Other street names for LSD include dots, mellow yellow, and window pane.
As you approach Step 10 in the 12-Step Program, a part of you may feel done with all the heavy lifting and that you can finally stop working so hard to be sober. However, if there’s one thing you learn from sobriety, it’s that there’s always more work to be done.
You’ve likely heard of delta-8 THC with all the media buzz going around about it. But what is delta-8 THC? And should you be concerned about your consumption of it?
Illegal drug manufacturers and suppliers may sell laced drugs, which are two or more substances mixed together. Unsuspecting buyers may not be aware of the dangers and health risks that come with ingesting these drugs. Unfortunately, recent drug overdose spikes related to fentanyl-laced drugs are evidence of these dangers.
Klonopin withdrawal symptoms can be very uncomfortable, and in some cases, they can be life-threatening. If you’re addicted to Klonopin and thinking about getting help to stop using it, here’s what you can expect during medical detox.
If you’re working through the 12-Step program for addiction recovery, Step 9 can be a challenging one. Although the 12 Steps are a popular method for recovery among people worldwide, it requires a great deal of hard work and dedication to complete them all.
Roxicodone and Percocet are prescription opioid pain relievers that treat pain by affecting the central nervous system. Percocet is a combination drug containing oxycodone and acetaminophen, which may make it more effective for some people and reduce other symptoms like chills, muscle aches, and fatigue. However, some people may have more side effects when taking Percocet.
Abusing Adderall and alcohol can quickly lead to serious side effects and addiction. If you want to know whether it’s safe to use the two drugs together, the short answer is no. But let’s look a little closer at the potential side effects, the risk for addiction, and withdrawal symptoms of Adderall and alcohol.