Information on Prescription Drug Video NIDA: Which drugs can addict?

Information on Prescription Drug Video NIDA: Which drugs can addict?


[Male Speaker] Prescription drugs, take one. [music playing] [Dr. Wilson Compton] Some teens abuse prescription drugs like OxyContin or Vicodin; stimulants like Ritalin, Xanax, or Valium. The problem is that these drugs can all cause side effects and be addictive. If you want any more information about prescription drug abuse or addiction science, go to drugabuse.gov. Addiction is preventable.

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5 thoughts on “Information on Prescription Drug Video NIDA: Which drugs can addict?”

  • exacly and i got some from friend xanax
    is it like sobril? oxazepam?
    or are these dangeorus for sleep?
    i only used them 3 4 times.

  • National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH) says:

    @TheRogueMonk Xanax and Oxazepam are both benzodiazepines, a class of prescription drug usually prescribed for anxiety. Oxazepam is also sometimes prescribed for insomnia. The key thing here, though, is that these are prescription drugs and, yes, they are dangerous to use when theyre not prescribed for you—e.g., getting them from a friend—or in a way not intended.

  • National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH) says:

    This is a kind of drug abuse. Recent stories in the media show how accidental overdose can occur from abusing prescription drugs or from combining different types without a doctors guidance. You should stop now.

  • lol dang i forgot to get my oxaz today .
    i dont need them but good to have inn times where i sleep late.
    i do get them from my doctor.

  • Sean Michael Good says:

    My 22 yr old son Sean Michael Good died from Ritalin after 10 years of use for ADD he couldn't stop abusing this drug in the USA. The doctors never warn you or check for family mental illness or alcoholism. In 2008 the doctor tripled his dosage. He would binge and abuse. I talked him into going to rehab in Houston. He called this a curse, and asked me why I ever gave this to him. I try to honor Sean by warning you. Don't use stimulants of any type. I am thankful God took his shame/pain away

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