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Alcohol is best known as a cause of cirrhosis, a disease of the liver. It is also a major cause of
deaths and injuries due to accidents. It can have severe effects on a baby during pregnancy.
It can also cause stomach pain due to a bleeding ulcer or irritated stomach lining.
Alcohol withdrawal symptoms range from mild shakiness and sweats to hallucinations and the worst form of withdrawal called "DTs" (delirium tremens). Withdrawal symptoms rarely occur in
people who only drink alcohol occasionally.
Colme: brand for Calcium carbimide, Campral and Zulex: brands for : Acamprosate
Antaxone, Revia and Celupan brands for: Naltrexone and Antabus (Disulfiram)
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Opioids: Also known as narcotic analgesics:
Used to treat pain, opioids are the most commonly abused prescription drugs.
Examples include Morphine, Codeine, OxyContin (oxycodone), Vicodin (hydrocodone) and
Central nervous system depressants:
Commonly used to treat anxiety, panic attacks, and sleep disorders.
Examples are Nembutal (pentobarbital sodium), Valium (diazepam), and Xanax (alprazolam).
Central nervous system stimulants:
Commonly used to treat the sleeping disorder narcolepsy and attention-deficit/hyperactivity
disorder. Eg. Ritalin and Phenida (methylphenidate) and Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine).
Drug Treatments for Opiate Addiction and/or drug overdose
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Methamphetamine use linked to heightened stroke risk in the young
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'Bad habit' neurons identified
Researchers have identified a type of neuron that orchestrates the brain activity behind habit formation. The findings may be key for treating addiction.
Every 10 grams of alcohol per day may raise skin cancer risk
The risk of basal and squamous cell carcinomas may increase with every 10 grams of alcohol consumed each day, new research suggests.
Why are doctors underusing a drug to treat opioid addiction?
A drug approved for private physicians to treat opioid addiction is being underprescribed, and a survey of addiction specialists suggests that many of them are not willing to increase their use of...
'Delicate balance' between alcohol's protective and harmful effects
Heavy drinking can increase the risk of all-cause death, but moderate alcohol consumption could have 'protective health effects,' study suggests.
How to stop vomiting: Home remedies
What are the main causes of nausea and vomiting, and what home remedies are recommended? What home remedies may help children who are vomiting?
New study generates more accurate estimates of state opioid and heroin fatalities
Although opioid and heroin deaths have been rising dramatically in the U.S., the magnitude of the epidemic varies from state to state, as does the relative proportion of opioid vs heroin poisonings.
Cannabis for pain and PTSD 'lacks high-quality evidence'
Systematic reviews of the scientific evidence suggest that it is of insufficient quality to support the use of cannabis for the treatment of PTSD and pain.
Alcohol abuse, dental conditions & mental health found to be causes of avoidable ...
A recent study published in the International Journal for Quality in Health Care found that 3.5% of all emergency department visits analysed were 'avoidable'.
Respiratory depression: Causes, symptoms, and treatment
Respiratory depression is when a person's breathing rate and depth is especially low. This can cause potentially life-threatening complications.
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