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How Long Does Klonopin Stay in Your System? Klonopin (generic name clonazepam) is a commonly prescribed benzodiazepine (benzo), which has effects that last longer than most other medications in its class, at up to 6-12 hours. Benzos are a class of CNS (central nervous system)
Adderall is a prescription drug that includes a combination of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine. It is mainly used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. When an individual uses Adderall, he or she may encounter a “crash,” or a comedown, when they discontinue use. Adderall
Types of Depressants Depressants are drugs that suppress the CNS (central nervous system) that work by affecting neurochemicals that can lead to relaxation, drowsiness, reduced inhibition, sleep, coma, and potentially, death. Many depressants also have a high potential for misuse dependence and addiction. Although depressants
Risks of Combining Downer and Upper Drugs “Downer” and “upper” drugs are common terms that refer to how different substances act on the CNS (central nervous system). Simply put, downers are depressants, and uppers are stimulants. Downers commonly include tranquilizers and sedatives, such as benzodiazepines
How Much Cocaine Does it Take to Overdose? Cocaine is a highly addictive, illicit stimulant drug. Those who have used cocaine often suffer both short- and long-term side effects. Research has found that the dose at which cocaine could lead to an overdose or death
Mirtazapine Withdrawal Mirtazapine (e.g., Remeron), like most antidepressants, has a relatively low potential for abuse and addiction. However, chronic use can lead to dependence and uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms when a person attempts to quit or cut back. Physicians usually recommend that patients follow a tapering