By now you’re probably wondering which drugs can potentially help you manage an opiate addiction.
According to the National Institutes of Health, about half of people who overdose on opiates are taking at least one prescription drug.
So, which drugs could help you treat your opioid-related symptoms?
Opioids are the drugs that most commonly cause people to have trouble controlling their breathing, especially when they’re high.
But, unlike opioids, there are no known prescription drugs that can actually control opiate overdoses, which means they’re a risky, potentially life-threatening condition that can happen at any time.
Here’s a rundown of the medications that are known to be effective in treating opiate withdrawal.