The Dangers of Self-Medicating Chronic Headaches

Everybody gets headaches, and they typically go away after taking an over-the-counter pain reliever, such as ibuprofen or aspirin. However, some individuals get headaches chronically, and a dose of Tylenol isn’t enough to make the pain stop. When it comes to getting treatment for...

How Do I Tell My Family That I Don’t Want to Use Percodan Anymore?

Percodan is a powerful pain reliever containing oxycodone, a narcotic element derived from the same opium poppy as heroin. Percodan addiction is a real possible, and whether the drug is taken for legitimate pain or for recreational fun a user needs to seek help when dependency develops....

How to Ask for Help with Percodan Addiction

Percodan addiction usually develops gradually or is masked by a legitimate need for the drug. This means that users are often unaware they are becoming addicted to Percodan until it is too late. This also makes Percodan addiction easy to deny or put off. Recognizing the need for help is...

How to Overcome Percodan Cravings

Percodan withdrawals can drive even the most determined people to relapse if they don’t use the proper techniques or don’t receive the addiction treatment they need. Percodan addiction is one of the most severe addictions there is, and once you start abusing Percodan again you’ll...

You Can Get Clean from Percodan and We Can Help

Percodan users may believe they have no choice but to remain addicted. This is not true, as many former users can testify to having made a choice to recognize their addiction, come clean and live clean. Whatever your situation and however your Percodan use started if you are reading this...

Breaking the Cycle of Percodan Addiction

Percodan is one of the most commonly prescribed painkillers. It is also one of the most addictive. Like other prescription narcotics it works well on moderate to severe pain, and if taken only as directed it is unlikely to be a problem. However, even cautious use can lead to addiction....