Snorting Oxycodone

Snorting Oxycodone

snorting oxycodone

When snorting oxycodone or take it in any form, you will experience its effects more dramatically and significantly than when you consume it as directed. These effects can include not only temporary relief of mild euphoria, and relaxation, but also unpleasant, dangerous side effects like: hallucinations, breathing problems, confusion, depression, nausea, diarrhea, flushing, head trauma, ringing in the ears, stomach upset, trouble sleeping, heart attack, ringing in the brain, ringing in the ears that won’t go away, and even death. If these frightening possibilities aren’t enough to frighten you away from this drug, then I don’t know what will. This is a highly addictive Schedule II narcotic, and in the last ten years, has been made illegal in several states. It is highly recommended that anyone who wishes to try snorting oxycodone should first consult with their doctor, and then obtain a prescription for it from them. However, it is often easier to obtain the drug illegally through a dealer, so many people who overdose on it do so that way, which increases the risk for their friends as well as themselves. Because of this, it is highly recommended that anyone who intends to start snorting oxycodone to start out on a very low dose, and gradually work up to higher doses once their body has become accustomed to lower dosages.

side effects of snorting oxycodone

The reason that snorting oxycodone causes so much of the above listed unpleasant effects is due to the nature of the drug. By definition, it is a Schedule II narcotic, meaning it is not strictly regulated, and there are no legal limits on the amount that can be taken orally, or even injected intravenously. Once a person begins taking the drug in any form, there is an increased risk of losing both consciousness and physical control, which significantly decrease the effectiveness of any dosage.

Commonly occurring side effects of snorting oxycodone include moderate to severe head pressure, nausea, and vomiting. These are typically mild to moderate and last about fifteen to twenty minutes, although the exact duration may vary from person to person. In some cases, the person will only vomit, but may still be light-headed or still feel extremely nauseated for several hours. The degree to which the patient feels these effects of snorting oxycodone depends on their own physiology as well as the strength of the dosage and how they have responded previously to the drug. For this reason, it is always wise to consult a medical professional before beginning any drug, whether it be recreational prescription or over-the-counter.

When it comes to the actual effects of snorting oxycodone as opposed to taking it orally, the main difference is that the oral dose is not absorbed into the body through the mucous membranes. Instead, the medication is broken down by the acids in the stomach and small intestine and then released into the blood stream where it travels through the entire body. The main effects of this are the relief of the euphoric effects of the opioid itself, which results in a state of temporary bliss as opposed to the intense, chronic, and unpleasant feelings which are common to those who take the medications orally. As with the dosage and metabolism of other opioids, there are some serious risks of developing an adverse reaction to snorting oxycodone. These include the development of an allergic reaction to either the oxycodone or the ingredients of the medication, as well as the possibility of experiencing hallucinations, severe vomiting, choking sensations, convulsions, coma, respiratory failure, or death.

On the other hand, when taken orally, the effects of snorting oxycodone generally do not include the same complications and dangers as when it is taken by mouth. Oral dosages of the drug are not broken down by stomach acids as they are with the intravenous route, so they produce no serious side effects. Oxycodone is also relatively easy to metabolize in the body, and therefore the patient does not have to maintain a constant stream of air to breathe as with other types of prescription painkillers. Also, since the drug passes through the liver, the patient does not experience the serious side effects that can result from taking a heavy dose while also taking in a great deal of oxygen, thereby potentially making the patient extremely unstable. If you’re snorting oxycodone it is recommended you speak with an addiction specialist

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