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Opioids


The misuse of prescription or non-prescription drugs is a growing problem, it can affect individuals of all ages, including teenagers. The most frequently prescribed prescription medications include opioid analgesics, sedatives, anxiolytic medications and stimulants.

  • Constipation
  • Sickness
  • Excited mood (euphoria)
  • Slow breathing rate
  • Drowsiness
  • Confusion
  • Little coordination
  • Need for higher doses to relieve pain
  • Worsening or greater sensitivity to pain with higher doses (hyperalgesia)
  • Walking instability
  • Speak incomprehensible
  • Concentration problems
  • Dizziness
  • Memory problems
  • Slow breathing
  • Steal, fake or sell recipes
  • Take higher doses than prescribed
  • Excessive mood swings or hostility
  • Increase or decrease in sleep hours
  • Little right decision making
  • Request early refills or constantly "lose" recipes, so it is necessary to issue more recipes
  • Request prescriptions from more than one doctor
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Warning Signs

  1. Isolate yourself from society and want to be alone.
  2. Having mood swings, such as euphoria one day and deep discomfort the next.
  3. Feeling trapped or hopeless because of some situation.
  4. Increase the consumption of drugs or alcoholic beverages.
  5. Change the normal routine, including eating and sleeping patterns.
  6. Demostrate personality changes or feel extremely anxious or agitated, especially when you have some of the warning signs mentioned above.