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Panacet


Panacet is a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone and is popularly used as a pain reliever. What makes panacet an extremely effective pain killer is the addition of acetaminophen to hydrocodone as the former works in increasing the pain relieving effects of hydrocodone. As panacet consist of hydrocodone that is opioid in nature, this medication has the potential of being addictive or habit forming. However, when a person uses this drug strictly the way a doctor recommends for medical purposes, the chances of addiction are almost zero. The real danger begins when a person starts using this drug recreationally.

Common Side Effects of Panacet

  • Drowsiness
  • Dizziness
  • Abnormally low blood pressure
  • Nausea
  • Weakness
  • Abnormally relaxed state
  • Confusion

Panacet Abuse and Symptoms

A lot of people may find the idea of abusing or misusing a prescription drug quite unbelievable. Undoubtedly, the situation is quite unbelievable; however it is ironical but true that a drug whose main use is to relieve a patient’s pain can also be the cause of another more potentially dangerous health condition. According to a report from DEA, pills like panacet that are a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone are the most widely abused and misused drugs that are used for recreational purposes.

Panacet abuse occurs when a person starts taking this prescription drug just to get the feeling of being high or euphoria that the hydrocodone produces. A body and the brain become used to the opiate receptors attached to the brain and the person becomes completely dependent on the drug. In case the body does not get the usual fix of the drug, the body suffers from severe withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms are your indication that a body is completely dependent or addicted to panacet.

If you are in doubt that a loved one or you yourself are becoming dependent or completely addicted to panacet, then there are certain general symptoms you can look out for:

  • Consulting multiple doctors at the same time to get prescription
  • Buying more than the recommended dosage of the panacet from the pharmacy
  • Going through money quickly to buy the addictive drug
  • Developing strong cravings for the drug
  • Secretive behaviour and socially distancing oneself from friends and family
  • Showing strong withdrawal symptoms when misses the regular fix of the drug

Withdrawal Symptoms

When an addicted person misses his regular fix of the drug he suffers from withdrawal. The symptoms generally include:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Shivering and chills
  • Anxiety
  • Severe abdominal pains
  • Body ache
  • Watery eyes and runny nose

These withdrawal symptoms will usually occur within the first 24 hours of the last panacet doses and they can continue up to 72 hours.

If you or a loved one needs help to kick your drug habit and get back on the road to recovery to sober living, then we are here to help you. We will offer you support as well as complete information you need to find a good panacet detox and drug rehab center.

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