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Doctor insights on: Long Term Effects Of Carisoprodol Abuse

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Long term effects of ecstasy abuse?

Long term effects of ecstasy abuse?

See below: Depression, emotinal instability, stroke and intellectual impairment. ...Read more

Dr. George Rust
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Carisoprodol (Definition)

A mild prescription muscle relaxant which is modestly useful in managing minor musculoskeletal conditions, but often must be ...Read more


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What long term effects of alcohol abuse are common?

What long term effects of alcohol abuse are common?

Varied and severe: Long term alcohol abuse has a variety of negative physical and psychological symptoms including vitamin deficiency, liver damage, premature aging, dementia, and chronic sleep deficiency due to inhibition of rem sleep. It is nothing to take lightly, and treatment should be sought as soon as possible to avoid the start of permanent damage. ...Read more

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What long term effects of abusing vicodan and percocet are common?

What long term effects of abusing vicodan and percocet are common?

Many: The most serious side effect is brain damage. Abuse wil invariably lead to severe physical dependance by causing neuroimaging verified changes in neurocircuitry pathways of the brain, thereby causing addiction, a chronic condition viewed by many experts as a form of brain damage. It will enslave the core of your being in every sense. ...Read more

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What are long term effects of abusing speed?

What are long term effects of abusing speed?

A girl named fred?: but besides that, there was an old saying in the drug hayday of the 60s and 70s (AMONG DRUG USERS) that "SPEED KILLS." That's because it does. Amphetamines, particularly methamphetamine, ages the body prematurely, can cause paranoid schizophrenia like episodes that can become permanent, and if used IV is associated with AIDS, hep C, endocarditis, if smoked causes "crack lung" and is bad for you! ...Read more

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Are the long term effects to memory from cocaine abuse reversible?

Are the long term effects to memory from cocaine abuse reversible?

Not fully: Can work to improve (with pencil & paper or computer games, etc.), but unlikely to see >80% of prior function (unless minimally impaired). Worth the effort! ...Read more

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What are long term effects on amphetamine abuse?

What are long term effects on amphetamine abuse?

A number of things: Such as malnutrition from the anorexic effects, insomnia, mood disorder, psychosis, paranoia and violence towards self or others. ...Read more

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What are the long term effects of methamphetamine abuse?

What are the long term effects of methamphetamine abuse?

Methamphetamine abus: Has many negative consequences, including addiction. Addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease, characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use, accompanied by functional and molecular changes in the brain. In addition to being addicted to methamphetamine, chronic abusers exhibit symptoms that can include anxiety, confusion, insomnia, mood disturbances, and violent behavior. ...Read more

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What long-term effects does chronic amphetamine abuse have on your body?

Significant.: Chronic weight loss and anorexia ... In children it can cause slow maturation and retarded growth. If you constantly drive your car 80 mph instead of 55mph, your engine will die young. Amphetamines cause your heart to go 80 instead of 55. ...Read more

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What long-term effects does chronic amphetamine use or abuse have on your body?

What long-term effects does chronic amphetamine use or abuse have on your body?

Methamphetamine: Long term, methamphetamine abuse can cause violent or psychotic behavior, mood disorders, hallucinations, delusions, and paranoia. It can cause brain damage, and trigger a stroke. If you are using, get help now. ...Read more

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What are the long term effects of adderall, Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) and ritalin abuse?

What are the long term effects of adderall, Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) and ritalin abuse?

Stimulant abuse: Effects of long-term stimulant abuse can include paranoia, aggressiveness, extreme anorexia, thinking problems, visual and auditory hallucinations, delusions, and severe dental problems. ...Read more

Dr. Ihab Ibrahim
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Rela (Definition)

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Soma (Definition)

Soma is a muscle relaxant which is a ...Read more