Good question! The missing bit of information here is that topical steroids are usually not absorbed systemically at high enough levels to cause adrenal suppression. However, they sometimes are. I shall explain.
First of all, regarding the relationship between systemic corticosteroid administration and adrenal insufficiency, please see this answer. The ...
In addition to alcohol, benzodiazepines and the opiates (rare), another class of drugs that can cause lethal withdrawal symptoms is the barbiturates. In fact, they present the most dangerous withdrawal of all. Their use has largely been replaced with the benzodiazepines, so abuse is much less common today than it was in the 1960s and 1970s.
It's not really medically accurate, unless there are other drugs of abuse present, or some other disease etiology. The quote that you reference is correct, heroin addiction by itself shouldn't produce seizures as part of withdrawal symptoms. However, there can be other drugs present (Such as alcohol, which can definitely produce seizures during withdrawal) ...
Amphetamines can definitely cause withdrawal symptoms. Like other drugs, the severity of symptoms depends on the usage pattern and the particular amphetamine. For methamphetamine, the strongest withdrawal symptoms are from 1 day to 1 week after last use but can continue for weeks afterward.
Like other drugs of abuse such as cocaine and opiates, withdrawal ...
The answer to this question lies within the clinical settings methadone and buprenorphine/naloxone are used in, and the forms in which they are provided to users as a result of how they are absorbed.
Methadone is provided by specially licensed clinics that require patients to come in daily to clinic to take methadone under direct observation. For the first ...
Nicotine withdrawal can cause insomnia rather then oversleeping.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) reports 7 primary symptoms associated with nicotine withdrawal: irritability/anger/frustration, anxiety, depressed mood, difficulty concentrating, increased appetite, insomnia, and restlessness
Early symptoms around 6 to 12 hours, more severe symptoms at around one to three days. All depending on how much the individual was using previously and what you interpret as "serious".
According to the NHTSA:
Withdrawal can begin within 6-12 hours after the last dose and may last 5-10 days. Early symptoms include watery eyes, runny nose, yawning and ...
It seems that SAStid contains salicylic acid. Salicylic acid a keratolytic: it helps to peel the outer layers of the thick skin (1). As so it is helpful in the treatment of warts and psoriasis (2).
With eczema there is no skin thickening or dandruff. So I see no real benefits with that soap. It is obvious that when the outermost layer of your skin is ...
American Addiction Centers
The symptoms are
Stage 1: Anxiety, insomnia, nausea, and abdominal pain characterize
this stage, which begins 8 hours after the last drink.
Stage 2: High blood pressure, increased body temperature, unusual
heart rate, and confusion come with this stage, which begins 24-72
hours after the last drink.
Stage 3: Hallucinations, ...
Short-term memory loss and an increasing tolerance to and dependence on the medication. To answer your second question, there are many avenues for treating anxiety, first you should try lifestyle changes like improving diet, exercise, reducing stress, and psychotherapy. There are other safer drugs that can help with anxiety and those include but are not ...
Long term usage can cause:
Dependance. Physical and pschological.
Aggressive and impulsive behavior.
Slight memory impairment
Other medicines you could take would have to be analyzed and prescribed by a doctor, but might be Zoloft, Valium, or etc. The factors depending ...