Substance Use Disorder

Seroquel and Xanax

If you suffer from schizophrenia, major depression, or bipolar disorder, you may be prescribed Seroquel. Xanax is likely to be prescribed to you if you suffer from anxiety disorders and panic attacks. While Seroquel and Xanax sound very similar due to the psychiatric issues that...

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Crocodil Drugs

Crocodil drugs (also known as Krokodil, the Russian for crocodile) is the street name of desomorphine, a pain-killing drug derived from codeine with ten times the strength of morphine. Crocodil drugs (also known as Krokodil, the Russian for crocodile) is the street name of desomorphine,...

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Shake and Bake Meth

Originally, most meth was created in home-based laboratories. But of late, shake and bake meth labs are more prevalent, allowing manufacturers to make meth even in their cars. It’s therefore not surprising that shake and bake meth labs record more accidents than traditional meth labs....

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Snorting Wellbutrin

Wellbutrin is unlikely to get you high if it is snorted. Nasally ingesting Wellbutrin does send a large dose of bupropion into the bloodstream very quickly. The drug is available in sustained-released and extended-release forms, meaning the amount of bupropion in your body doesn’t hit...

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Klonopin Withdrawal

Ending Klonopin Use and Withdrawal. When quitting nearly any substance, withdrawal symptoms will occur. Klonopin is no different. Klonopin is often initially prescribed to help ease anxiety, stress, and panic attacks. When using it incorrectly, it can lead to more feelings of anxiety. And...

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