Tag Archives: Oxycontin

The Love Cure for Addiction? Oxytocin Research Review

Woman on phone A global research and review conducted into a deeper understanding of the dimensions and function of the Oxytocin elicited a groundbreaking theory. Also known as the “love hormone” or the “bonding drug,” Oxytocin is now believed to be closely-related to addictive behaviors such as alcohol and drug abuse. Researchers claim that poor development of Oxytocin [...]
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Emotional Painkillers: Oxycodone and Oxycontin

Man standing on the beach The fact that around 100 million people in the United States suffer from pain, warrants the dire need for an adequate treatment of pain to be a prioritized` health concern for the nation. In an attempt to enhance pain treatment, medical professionals significantly increased the prescriptions of opioids. As a result, there has been a [...]
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Buprenorphine: Use of the Drug, Signs and Symptoms of Abuse

Man holding his back from chronic pain Contributed by Staff of Timberline Knolls Today, the United States is in the grip of one of the worst drug epidemics ever experienced in our country. The drug in question is Oxycontin; the addicted population is…everyone. Fortunately, Suboxone can help with reversing overdoses. Because Oxycontin is a legitimate, legal pharmaceutical drug, it is therefore prescribed [...]
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