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As the opioid epidemic grows, it is important to understand that addiction does not simply occur when someone uses illegal drugs such as heroin – addiction can occur with a prescription to an addictive substance such as opioids. While there are many ways this starts, this blog is going to specifically talk about opioids that are prescribed to you by a doctor. Here are some tips when prescribed opioids.
After an injury, your doctor may prescribe you an opioid such as oxycodone or codeine to help ease the pain. Taking these pills as the doctor recommends is crucial. Most people will take the medicine and can stop when their prescription is empty. However, there are a few people, who with a predisposition to addiction, will not be able to simply stop taking their medication. Even though it is prescribed by a doctor, addiction can happen. It's important to remember that this wasn't their choice and that it's a disease.
Here are some tips for staying on the right track: