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Signs of Xanax Abuse

If you believe that a loved one is suffering from Xanax addiction in Naperville there are a few signs that you need to look out for:

Abuse and overdoses of Xanax can lead to severe health problems and may lead to hypotension, coma, difficulty in staying awake, nausea, impaired motor ability, respiratory issues and confusion.

Extreme cases of Xanax addiction may even lead to seizures, cardiac arrest and even death.

Stimulants

Stimulants such as Ritalin may be used in order to correct sleep disorders or treat ADHD are also subject to prescription abuse.

Symptoms include:

It is possible to become addicted to prescription drugs since they activate the reward centers of the brain. Overuse may lead to poor judgment, use of further illegal drugs, criminal activity, accidents, decreased performance in your professional life and troubled relationships.

Several other symptoms indicate ones abnormal increase in dependency on pain killers such as:

Besides the misconception that drugs can help you overcome trauma, there are several other factors that push people to go down this road. According to a recent survey, about 50% of teens believe prescription drugs are much safer than illegal street drugs.

The reasons for this are endless, but here are just a few:

Meth Vaccine for Meth Addicts

An experimental vaccine against meth has been developed and is being tested on rats. This vaccine has shown promising results on rats that are high on meth. The vaccine showed to protect the animal against the effects of meth intoxication by attacking the drug as soon as it enters the body and prevents it from reaching the brain and nervous system. This approach has been used successfully for other addictions as well.

The scientists developed several compounds to use against meth, one of them being the MH6 which was then tested on rats.

When rats were under the influence of meth, they showed high levels of energy along with a significant increase in body temperature. MH6 worked against these two effects along with increasing antibody response against the drug. This showed that the vaccine helped to prevent meth from entering or affecting the nervous system. If the brain and the nervous system arent influenced, the individual has no need of relying on the drug and thus there is no incentive.

But what the scientists need to know for sure is - will the vaccine help in reducing meth craving in these rats? The effects of this vaccine so far can only last a few weeks but not years let alone an entire lifetime. The process is still in its earlier stages, and it may take some time before they can finally test the vaccine on humans.

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