YES. Cigarettes are addictive. How? Why? We review here.
Yes, opiates are addictive. More here from a pharmacist who’s been there. Facts and experience on how opiate painkiller prescriptions can suck you in.
Going through heroin withdrawal will you make you feel agitated and anxious. Why does withdrawal from heroin occur. And when kicking a heroin habit, how do you get past the harder impulses to use when you are trying to detox? More here.
Mixing crack with alcohol creates cocaethylene. While alcohol can intensify the length and the high you get from crack, it can also make the body shut down, inducing an unconscious state. More here on dangers and risks of this deadly drug combination.
Symptoms of heroin withdrawal can range from severe pain to excessive sneezing to priapism (persistent and painful erection of the penis). More here on what to expect during heroin withdrawal.
YES. Methadone is highly addictive. This is even the case when methadone is prescribed by a doctor. We review what methadone is made of, and how you get addicted to methadone here.
YES. Heroin is highly addictive. We review what heroin is made of, and how you get addicted to heroin here.
Breaking the cycle of codependency opens the door to recovery from drug addiction. How can you help your husband? By addressing your own “issues” and becoming empowered to take action.
Effects of mixing heroin and alcohol include heavy sedation and intoxication as well as shallow breathing or slowed/irregular heartbeat. So you should AVOID mixing heroin with alcohol to avoid overdose. More here on harms and warnings for mixing heroin with alcohol.
Yes, marijuana is addictive. More about marijuana’s main addictive ingredients and marijuana addiction here.