It is important to understand what it means to use this medication safely as indicated by a physician and what it means to abuse this medication.
Nembutal, like any other prescription medication, is capable of being abused if it is taken in a manner that is considered to be improper for its purposes. For example, while a doctor may prescribe it to you in a specific dosage and with specific requirements for taking it, you can abuse the drug by taking it in an opposing manner. You could potentially take more of the Nembutal than you are supposed to in a single dosage, or you could take a dosage more frequently than you are supposed to. While this is not always dangerous, it is never a good idea to take any medication in a manner that differs from what you were instructed.It is actually quite common for Nembutal to become habit forming and so it will eventually lead to addiction and abuse not only by street users but by many of the people that began using it for legitimate purposes in the beginning.
People can take the abuse of Nembutal and other prescription drugs to the next level by finding new ways to get the drug into the blood stream more quickly. For example, a desperate person may crush up the Nembutal tablet and attempt to snort it into the nose, or they may chew it rather than swallowing it whole. Some people even dissolve the Nembutal tablet in water and attempt to inject it into the blood stream or drink it, and both of these are extremely dangerous because they involve putting too much of the drug into the body at one time.
If you have developed a tolerance for Nembutal or a dependence on Nembutal, then
The withdrawal symptoms associated with coming off of this drug quickly can be so severe that they can actually cause death.
Within between 8 and 12 hours of stopping the drug you will begin feeling the minor symptoms, but they will continue to intensify over time before gradually declining after several weeks. There are a number of withdrawal symptoms associated with stopping Nembutal, and they can vary in terms of intensity as well as for how long they last before the withdrawal symptoms eventually subside.
Some of the most common symptoms that are associated with a withdrawal from Nembutal include:
- Increased Anxiety
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Orthostatic Hypertension
- Muscle Twitches and Convulsions
If you have an addiction to Nembutal or believe that you may be developing a physical dependency, then the best thing that you can do is to check yourself into a drug rehab center. There are many benefits to working with a drug rehab center even when the drug you are addicted to is a legal prescription medication. Drug rehab centers are well trained, staffed and prepared to help you with both the physical and emotional aspects of addiction, and what this means is that you can overcome the entire addiction rather than just the physical hold that it has on you.
Checking yourself into a drug rehab center is a wise idea if you are dealing with any kind of prescription drug abuse, drug addiction or physical dependency whether the drug is a legal or legitimate one or an illicit one.