Percocet and Xanax
It would be difficult at this point not to have heard about the destruction prescription drugs have caused throughout the U.S. A lot of the focus tends to be on the opioid epidemic, and that does lead to tens of thousands of deaths each year. However, overdoses and fatalities are connected to other drug classes as well. Many emergency room overdose visits each year frequently result from a combination of different types of drugs.
Combining drugs can mask the effects of each substance to the point where users doesn’t realize how much they’ve taken. If two drugs have similar effects, such as respiratory depression, combining them can also increase these potentially dangerous effects. There are different reasons someone might combine two drugs, such as Percocet and Xanax. It could be done without understanding the possible effects. It could also be done by a recreational drug user to heighten the high.
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