Opioid drugs are incredibly habit-forming, with the potential to cause addiction if you take them long-term. Opioids include medications like oxycodone, morphine, Vicodin, and illegal substances like heroin. These drugs all belong to the same drug class and produce similar effects on the brain and body.   When you are addicted…
Benzodiazepines are a class of psychoactive drugs that act as depressants on the central nervous system.[1] When you are dependent on or addicted to benzodiazepines, your body adjusts to the presence of the substance and begins to need it to function properly. As a result, suddenly stopping the use of…