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Are there medications out there that are non-narcotic and work specifically on the increase of dopamine and endorphin levels?

Are there medications out there that are non-narcotic and work specifically on the increase of dopamine and endorphin levels?

What Dr Junig said!: Wellbutrin (or bupropion) is an excellent medication for folks who have previously struggled with drug addiction. It is not addictive, helps many to avoid use, and does not cause weight gain or sexual side effects. It also helps people quit smoking (and is marketed as zyban). This medication does not control anxiety, however. Increase endorphins by exercising vigorously! ...Read more

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Narcotic (Definition)

A natural or synthetic alkaloid compound that has morphine-like qualities. Other examples are codeine, heroin, Meperidine (demerol). They are classified based on their intrinsic activity & where they interact in the central nervous system. They are involved in pain transmission ...Read more


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Why do strong narcotics have no reaction to some ppl unless given stronger doses? If i take such drugs i feel nothing, not even the high others feel

Why do strong narcotics have no reaction to some ppl unless given stronger doses? If i take such drugs i feel nothing, not even the high others feel

Several possible: Reasons for opiate resistence include over saturation (tolerance), unique source of the pain, emotional issues, etc. Try to work with your ohysicians to tinker with drugs, dosages, schedules, adding in psychotherapy and other non-drug interventions like accupuncture, meditation, massage, exercise, diet, hormones, etc. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What are some of the most common narcotic drugs?

What are some of the most common narcotic drugs?

Narcotic drugs: Firstly the use of therm narcotics implies illegality. The proper term is opioid medication. Most common are morphine derived ( hydro morphine, oxymorons etcc), Codeine derived(hydro condone, oxycodone etc, ), fentanyl products, burprenorphine, methadone. ...Read more

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Know I have drug problem. My question is i took way fewer pills today than normal&they r severely effecting me and I don't know why? Narcotics&benzos

Know I have drug problem. My question is i took way fewer pills today than normal&they r severely effecting me and I don't know why? Narcotics&benzos

This mix is: dangerous. Because of how long it takes to fully eliminate drugs from your system- today's drugs are added to the drugs or metabolites that remain in your body from previous use. ...Read more

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Is Coumadin (warfarin) a narcotic drug?

No: It is a medication that helps prevent blood from clotting in a way that is dangerous to the patient. It needs to be closely monitored with lab tests to be effective but is in no way addictive. ...Read more

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Please suggest what type of drugs are considered a non narcotic?

Please suggest what type of drugs are considered a non narcotic?

Non-restricted: As a rule of thumb, narcotics are controlled medications and thus you would need a prescription from a licensed professional before you can fill the prescription. Thus narcotics are in use for pain control but because of abuse potential, regulations and restrictions do exist. The same can not be said of the other non opiate analgesics eg nsaids where such restrictions are non existent. ...Read more

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Could you tell me if the pharmacy gives you a schedule 2 drug or narcotic by accident, can you keep it?

Could you tell me if the pharmacy gives you a schedule 2 drug or narcotic by accident, can you keep it?

You should not: Obviously this depends on the integrity of the person receiving the mistaken prescription. The person should return the drug. ...Read more

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Pain Medication (Definition)

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