A research backed synopsis of morphine’s effects on the body, brain, organ systems, behavior, and fertility and pregnancy. Learn how morphine affects the organism of long-term, chronic users and what are the potential risks.
Why do we self-medicate with medicines like morphine? And how can we move beyond this coping mechanism? Explore more here.
Morphine is used for relief of pain, specifically severe or excruciating acute pain. But morphine can also be abused. More on the recreational and medical uses of morphine, as well as laws regulating the use of morphine, here.
Morphine’s duration of action varies between 1.5 and 4.5 hours but can be longer when used in higher doses or for longer periods of time. More on morphine effects here.
Morphine stays in your system for up to four (4) days. More on morphine levels in the blood, urine, sweat, and hair here.
Is snorting morphine effective vs taking morphine orally? Can snorting morphine get you high? What dangers are present and can they be avoided? More on snorting morphine effects here.
Morphine works by affecting the receptors of the nervous system and results in sedation and pain relief. More on how morphine works in the body and nervous system here.
A vivid description of what it’s like to be addicted to morphine and get off it, from Liam Farrell… a former family doctor from Ireland and a recovering morphine addict.
Morphine stays in your system for a couple of days after use. More about morphine detection windows for blood, hair, and urine tests here. And how to know if you are taking too much morphine.