Nembutal Addiction & Abuse
Drugs from this barbiturate drug class are no longer commonly prescribed; however, for decades these drugs were frequently given to patients. Barbiturate abuse was at an all-time high in the 1950s. Since then, the number of abuse cases has gone down significantly. Unfortunately, while overall use and abuse of barbiturates has gone down, there has been a resurgence in the recreational abuse of barbiturates in recent years. Nembutal and other barbiturates are highly addictive and can lead to dependence. It’s difficult to get Nembutal in the United States since the drug is usually only administered in medical settings. Nembutal can also be smuggled into the U.S. from other countries and people purchase it from black market online pharmacies as well.
Along with being very addictive, Nembutal can also lead to physical dependence. When someone is dependent upon Nembutal and they suddenly stop using it, they will experience withdrawal symptoms. Barbiturate withdrawal symptoms can be severe or deadly and even include seizures. Nembutal also carries a high risk of overdose. When people use and abuse barbiturates, they are at risk of accidental overdose -particularly since the body develops a tolerance to this drug quite quickly.
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