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Drugs made from opium are called opiates, and are often used as painkillers. Heroin can be dissolved in water and then injected, this is very dangerous and can lead to overdose. How long a drug can be detected for depends on how much is taken and which testing kit is used. This is only a general guide. If you overdose you may begin to feel very sleepy. Your breathing will slow and you can fall into a coma. If your breathing slows too much you could die.
If you have been taking heroin regularly you may have built up some tolerance. However, if you then stop taking heroin for just for a few days, your tolerance will rapidly drop and you risk an overdose if you simply take the same dose you ly took. Injecting heroin is very dangerous. You also risk damaging veins and developing infections and blood clots. Sharing needles and syringes is also very dangerous as you run the risk of catching or spreading a virus, such as HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C. If heroin is taken with other drugs, particularly other sedative drugs such as alcoholthen overdose is more likely.
Other sedating drugs — such as benzodiazepine tranquillisers or methadone — are also linked with deaths from heroin overdose. There's also a risk of death due to inhaling vomit. Heroin sedates you and stops you from properly coughing. The vomit can then block your breathing. Injecting heroin can do nasty damage to your veins and arteries, and has been known to lead to gangrene death of body tissue, usually a finger, toe or a limb and to infections. Heroin is often cut with other things, for example highly-potent opioids like fentanyls which are even more dangerous than heroin itself.
Other substances including sedatives like benzodiazepines and barbiturates can also be added to heroin. Yes, every time you mix drugs you take on new risks — but some drugs are more dangerous than others to mix.
If heroin is taken with other drugs, including alcoholan overdose is more likely. Other downers such as benzodiazepine tranquillisers or methadoneare also linked with deaths from heroin overdose. Yes, heroin is highly addictive.
Over time, the effects of heroin on the brain can cause cravings and a strong drive to keep on using. As heroin is used on a regular basis, the body builds up a tolerance, so that users have to start taking more and more. Doctors have developed a of effective ways to treat addiction to street heroin.
These include using certain safer drugs to replace the street heroin, such as methadone and buprenorphine. Other drugs that block the effects of heroin so you can't get a high are available once you become drug-free. Supplying someone else, even your friends, can get you life in prison, an unlimited fine or both.
Like drink-driving, driving when high is dangerous and illegal. If the police catch people supplying illegal drugs in a home, club, bar or hostel, they can potentially prosecute the landlord, club owner or any other person concerned in the management of the premises. If you or someone else needs urgent help after taking drugs or drinking, call for an ambulance.
Tell the crew everything you know. It could save their life. How it looks, tastes and smells What does it look like? Heroin is a drug made from morphine, which is extracted from the opium poppy. Heroin can have a vinegary smell but can also be odourless.
It normally has a bitter taste. How do people take it? By injecting it Heroin can be dissolved in water and then injected, this is very dangerous and can lead to overdose. By snorting it Heroin can be snorted. How it feels How does it make you feel? Heroin is a very strong drug and the first dose of heroin can cause dizziness and vomiting.
People take heroin to feel: happy relaxed euphoric sleepy. To kick in: When smoked, the effects of heroin usually kick in within a few minutes. How long it lasts: The effects can last for around an hour. Mixing Is it dangerous to mix with other drugs?
So, heroin is particularly dangerous to mix with: alcohol methadone benzodiazepines such as Xanax and Valium [tramadol]. Addiction Can you get addicted? The law Class: A This is a Class A drug, which means it's illegal to have for yourself, give away or sell.
Possession can get you up to 7 years in prison, an unlimited fine or both. Concerned about A friend. What else to do in an emergency.How long do the effects of heroin last
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