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How should drug companies respond to people who abuse drugs?
Which approach makes more sense to you? Should drug companies make drugs that are highly toxic if abused (shot up, ect) to discourage their abuse, or should they make drugs that are safer even if abused, not because you want them to be abused but because you believe in harm reduction? If making the pills more toxic turns out to not dissuade everyone from abusing these drugs, it is ethical to be increasing the harm these people experience when that harm could be reduced? Many binders and time release formulations are dangerous to people who shoot up. They shouldnt be shooting up anyway, but if we are further endangering their lives are we doing the right thing? Another thing is additives like tylenol in Vocodin and Percocet. Despite what they tell you, the tyenol does not add significantly to the pain relief. Tylenol is good for minor aches and pains and it worthless for moderate to severe pain. It doesnt make enough of a difference. Its put in there however to make people sick if they take too much of the opiate. Too much tylenol will destroy your liver and is more toxic than the hydrocodone. Hydrocodone is dangerous if you take more than you have a tolerance for but is comparably non toxic if you use the right dosage. If you increase your dose of hydrocodone to tolerance, you will eventually destroy your liver with the tylenol rather than from the opiates. Many doctors are now switching to norco instead of vicodin because it contains less of the harmful tylenol which should never ever be shot...but it happens and people die. So, should we err on the side of preventing drug abuse by making it scary by adding stuff that can kill you, or should we err on the side of compassion and harm reduction even when these people are breaking the law by abusing their medication? "How about we manufacture drugs that do the optimum good for the patient and let the docs do what they do best" That would be nice. However, the DEA breaths down the neck of doctors and drug companies in the name of trying to prevent drug abuse, and because of this many doctors are afraid to do their job and end up letter legitimate pain patients suffer. Drug companies are also pressured to cater to the DEAs wishes rather than just focus on making the best medications for pain they can make.

First off. They should crack down on pill docters cause that is most of the cause of these kinds of drugs. Also i have alot of friends that get xanax from physcatrists. They go in there and say that there family doctor perscribes them this and they do not check. Really they have done all that they can do for this. Making them illegal makes people want to do it more, thats just the way life works. My answer if its not affecting you dont worry about it.

What kind of things would someone go through during Drug Detox?
I have to write a story for English and in it, the main character needs to go through detox. In it, the character has been using drugs for years and shoots up every time he starts to feel something (emotional and physical). What kind of things would he go through during detox?

it depends on what drugs they used.. Meth or other amphetamines = EXTREME psychological effects such as, severe depression, mood swings, paranoia, extreme drug cravings.. there arnt really any physical withdrawal symptoms associated with amphetamines but is made up for and then some with psychological effects. Opiates (heroin, morphine, oxycodone etc) = depression, anxiety, paranoia, low self esteem, extreme cravings for the drug, vomiting, diarrhea, upset stomach, muscle and bone aches, headaches, insomnia, tremors, cold sweats/chills+goosebumps, heat flashes, and just overall discomfort. No drugs are harder to kick than opiates beause of the extreme physical effects of withdrawal as well as moderate psychological effects, benzodiazepines (xanax, valium, klonopin etc) = same psychological effects as above, auditory and visual hallucinations, seizures, tremors, and possibly death coke = depression, confusion, paranoia, headaches, upset stomach, muscle and bone aches. those are the only drugs that can both be shot up and have withdrawal symptoms

Is an anxiety medication addiction bad if it helps keep you sane?
I have been taking Xanax for about 2 years for generalized anxiety disorder and panic attacks. I've read a lot on the internet that being addicted is a "bad" thing, but is it bad if it keeps me from going postal or being lousy company to my partner or getting no sleep? My psychiatrist thinks long-term use is ok, but most family doctors warn against long-term Xanax use. Do any of you have any experience with this drug?

as long as you are not "abusing" the medication by taking too much, taking it to often, or misusing it by snorting it, chewing it, or shooting it up. i wouldn't say you have an "addiction". if the drug is improving your circumstances and does not have negative affects to your activities of daily living (such as avoiding activities, friends, work, and family) it is beneficial, and working just how it is supposed to. i wouldn't worry myself about what others think about it.

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