The alcohol side effects come into a person’s life shortly after they consume alcohol for the first time and they can become a problem for as long as the rest of their life if alcohol consumption is continued. These alcohol side effects vary from person to person, but if a person fails to recognize the warning signs of an addiction to alcohol they could possibly face problems in their future that can include death. The first of the alcohol side effects that people usually do not think of as a problem are what are known as the short-term alcohol side effects.
The short-term alcohol side effects occur within several minutes of the individual’s first drink and they increase drastically with every alcoholic beverage consumed. The scientific way to determine the extent of short-term alcohol side effects is that for every one drink you have to wait one hour before the effects have completely left your system, therefore if you have had five drinks, it will take you five hours to no longer show signs of short-term alcohol side effects. Also, the short-term (Read More....)
As most people know opiate side effects vary from person to person and depend on if that individual is in fact addicted to opiates or using opiates for a medical reason. The opiate side effects also depend on amount of opiates that are being taken and how often they are being taken. When determining what stage of opiate side effects that you are dealing with consider your usage. In any case, living with an opiate addiction is something that needs to be addressed immediately to avoid future problems in your life and possibly suffering from a deadly side effect.
Short-term Opiate Side Effects (prescription and recreational)
The Short-term opiate side effects go hand-in-hand with both usage choices. A person will experience these effects in as little as three minutes after consumption and they can last for several hours. Most all of the Short-term opiate side effects completely leave a person’s system within 24 hours, but their also may be long term damaging opiate side effects if an individual chooses to overuse the drug used. A few of the most (Read More....)
The differences between marinol and marijuana are not much. These drugs have the same side effects, the same mental effects, and the same healing properties except that marijuana is illegal and marinol is legal in some areas.
So let us start from the basics:
• Marinol is an FDA approved pill that is actually synthetic THC which is known to cure vomiting, nausea and help increase a person’s appetite. This drug is prescribed to individuals that are either suffering from cancer and is constantly feeling sick or is no longer hungry.
• Marijuana is an illegal plant that is grown mainly in South America, and in America, where it is dried and distributed through drug trafficking. It has natural THC that can be taken from the drug itself, but most people either smoke or eat parts of the plant itself. Marijuana increases appetite, and decreases nausea and vomiting.
Both of the drugs mentioned above seem to be very similar except that one is all natural and one is man-made, but there are several differences that play a big factor in why Marinol is legal and marijuana (Read More....)