Most Deadly Combination Of Drugs
Combining drugs together is always risky business–especially when someone may be laboring under the misconception that because it’s prescription (like Valium) it’s safe. But the deadliest combo is that as the user of the drug takes the drugs more frequently, tolerance builds for it. That means that more is necessary to feel the same high. This just keeps going and going till eventually a very dangerous high dose of the drugs are needed to get any kind of pleasurable high. While this is happening of course the drug users mind is becoming more clouded and they are no longer able to make good judgments or their good judgment is impaired at the very least. Combine these two things–higher doses and clouded/poor judgment and you have a deadly recipe for disaster!
More Side Effects
Here’s some more side effects of Valium: muscle twitching, tremors, fevers, chills, body aches (in other words flu symptons), yellowing of the skin or eyes, and urinating less than usual. Just some more information to help watch for signs of Valium abuse.
Some Of The Side Effects Of Valium
Valium is a drug and so, of course, there are side effects. This is one of those dangers for the kids. they don’t understand that prescription doesn’t necessarily mean safe for them. There are people who have allergic reactions to these drugs, Valium included. You can get hives or have difficulty breathing. Some other things include getting confused and having unusual thoughts or behaviors–taking unusual risks, no fear of danger, getting depressed and having thoughts of suicide. These are just a few of the possible side effects of the drug that people should be made aware of.
Less Serious Side Effects??
Well, these are titled “less serious” but they seem serious enough to me. I certainly wouldn’t think it would be very good to walk around with muscle weakness or a lack of balance OR with slurred speech Or blurred vision Or skin rashes Or drooling. Not to mention not getting enough sleep because of persistent insomnia-and this is just a partial list of the “less serious” side effects of Valium that could occur.
It’S The Youngsters-The Next Generations
I really do understand that not everyone who has ever received a prescription for Valium ends up addicted and in trouble. There is probably a generation of grandparents out there who have taken this one time or another. In fact, this is part of the story. THEY take it till they know they don’t need it anymore. THEY take it responsibly and then THEY stop. That’s the bottle of the pills left over that the kids find in the medicine chest. It’s the kids who don’t have the maturity or the understanding that get messed up. So, if there’s prescriptions left over in the medicine cabinet at your house–TOSS THEM. The kids certainly don’t need to find them.