The latest pharmaceutical being sold on the street is a knock-you-out antipsychotic called Seroquel. Jeff Deeney talks to the dealers, users, and.
If you want to know which prescription drugs are trading on the black market, take a ride up to 17th and Jefferson in North Philadelphia, aka “Pill Hill,” a corner dedicated to the sale of diverted pharmaceuticals. These days on Pill Hill, there’s a good chance you’ll get sold some Seroquels, also known on the street as ’Quells or Suzie-Qs. A powerful antipsychotic intended to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, Seroquel can have serious side effects including diabetes, a permanent Parkinson’s-like palsy called tardive dyskinesia, and sudden cardiac death.
Ambien is listed as a Schedule IV drug. It is not considered a narcotic. It is regarded as having a very low potential for addiction, but physical dependence has.
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The dosage is usually based on the person’s weight. Ambien will generally initiate sleep in patients within 15 to 30 minutes, but it does not maintain sleep unless a special time-release formula is used. This medication is usually prescribed in doses of 5mg to 10mg. Ambien is a trade name for zolpidem tartrate, a GABA antagonist that is used for insomnia.
Some street names for Ambien include no-gos, zombie pills, A-minus, A-bombs and Zs.
There have been some reports of recreational use by staying awake while on the drug in order to experience a psychoactive state.
While it's true many people who engage in IV drug abuse have advanced cases of addiction, they may not be so debilitated that their addiction is obvious.
Amending signals in the brain and tweaking chemical levels in the blood can leave behind a little seed of damage that can soon blossom into an intense feeling of pain and dysfunction. Any illicit drug has the capacity to do major damage to the body’s vital systems. IV drug users aren’t immune to this kind of problem, but they may also have specific health concerns due to the method they use in order to take in those damaging drugs.
The drugs seem to provide them with a jolt they can’t get in any other way, and even as their bodies begin to shut down, they may still look for new places in which to inject.
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Way of use and dosage.
The probability of the addiction development is increased during prolonged use of the drug. - Cancelling the therapy the dose should be reduced gradually.
- Do not take Ambien (Zolpidem) if you are younger than 14 years old and older than 60 years old, in case of the mental disorders, renal failure, and also severe respiratory failure.
Brand Name, Ambien. Medical License Required, Yes. Class, C-IV. Coated, No. Container, Bottle. Form, Tablet. Generic Name, Zolpidem Tartrate. Route of.
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