Sometimes referred to as “legal heroin,” Oxycontin is a powerful narcotic pain reliever, directly affective the central nervous system. People taking Oxycontin tend to display symptoms like sedation, drowsiness, slowed breathing, and slowed cognition and movement. Long term abuse can result in digestion issues, respiratory complications, cardiovascular problems, psychosis, and comas. Withdrawal symptoms are considered “the worst flu you can imagine” and detoxing should only be done at a monitored medical facility.
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