Anyone can stop using any medicine, just start using another one! The only reason we use all drugs is to change what we think. Most of us know that we can do it with some of the minds or moods that change content. Most addicts (or "drugs", if you do not like the term "addict"), has a favorite way to get a high, "drug for choice". If you can not get this medicine or to "prove" it is not really dependent on it, you can stop using it for some time … day, week or longer, but not usually longer than a few weeks. During the favorite medicine, the addict almost always uses something else, often alcohol or THC (marijuana, meatloaf, etc.). All drugs have the same result: change how we look. Someone recently wanted to claim that marijuana is not "mind changing" but "mind promoting." DUH! It's the same … if we're improving our minds, we change our mind! However, what medication is all about changing how we perceive how we perceive things, respond to the world around us, deal with people, lives, and so on. When we are tall, we are making life through the filter of our drugs and we can not be emotionally present.
All drugs I know are able to use what's available when they want to get high. Opiate episodes usually start with either heroin or prescription drugs such as Percocet, Vicodan, Dilaudid or Oxycontin. It is common for heroin addicts to stop using Heroin because it is difficult to get or because local supply is cut or contaminated and switched to drug from a doctor or a friend. Some really justify that since there is a prescription, it is legal and it must be okay to use. They deny that they use it to become high. Some addicts are honest and acknowledge that they are just using their "H" in another form. If they have used needles in the past, it is likely that they will pop up (injected) prescription drugs, as it is not enough for eating a pill that is enough for passing needle care.
Addicts are also able to change the category of drugs. Opioid attacks may include trying to get rid of drugs and simply switch to benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium, etc.). It's just a matter of time before they use both benzo and opiates. Everyone except the doctor who prescribes it knows this. Research on heroin follicles in California revealed that one hundred percent of heroin follicles who stopped using opioids for a whole year and continued to drink alcohol were drinking alcohol and having alcohol problems within a year. Another "DUH." Alcohol is a medicine and can replace other minds that change medicines. The real addict always gets into trouble with the drug; It's just a matter of time. Addicts are also known to switch to drug use, such as gambling or shopping. The search is for something to fill in invalid.
If you, or someone you know, wonder if drugs cause problems for you, try to stop all medicines, do not switch to prescription drugs or to methods that give you hair. You can always return to use if you find that you can not see life without them. Do not be fooled into thinking about prescription drugs are safe. Benzo and opiates are the most serious drug problem in Iceland; Indeed, doctors prescribe the most serious problem, as patients and their families are led to believe that they are safe and not addictive if prescribed by your doctor. Not true. Some good addict can get a doctor to take him that he needs a real script for a change of medicine: over and over again. Benzo and prescription drugs get you as much as street medicine!
This progressive disease leads to the occurrence of overdose, suicidal ideation or other significant interference. The endpoint of abuse of any drug is always the same: a prison or psychiatrist from freezing your brain cells or nursing home from an accident that understands your brain injury or death … or recovery. Switching from one medicine to another is comparable to changing seats at Titanic: you are going down wherever you sit, whatever your medicine is … just a matter of time.