Tag Archives: addiction

Use Opioids Effectively to Control Pain and Reduce Health Risk

Last Updated: 3/15/2019, Marc Woodard Scientific studies prove, pain relief decreases while pain sensitivity increases from excess use of opioids. In other words, if you’re a chronic pain sufferer and have used opioids for long periods of time, greater sensitivity to pain will occur. So you ask yourself, how could taking more pain killers cause greater sensitivity to pain? “I thought pain killers were supposed to lessen the pain.” This is true if you are following the  (more…)

Why Most American’s Have a Drug Addiction Problem

Updated 22 January 2019, Marc Woodard Why do I say most American’s have a drug use problem? Drug chemical addictions aren’t all connected to illicit activity with potential to incarcerate someone. To educate our children fully on unhealthy addiction habits, it is important for parents to also learn and share how the marketplace supplies hyper-palatable addictive food and drinks with chemical stimulants that appear harmless… but have the potential to lead to an illicit gateway (more…)

Fentanyl and Other Pain Medication, Legal and Illicit Use

Memories in Life are Precious For those of you that have severe chronic pain and are considering the use of Fentanyl patches there are some things you may, or may not be aware. Fentanyl was first synthesized and labeled by Janssen Parmaceutica in 1959.  The first intravenous anesthetic trade name of Fentanyl was Sublimaze.  Then following a series of mid-1990’s clinical trials a product was produced and marketed as a Duragesic alcohol gel infused patches.  These (more…)