Roxicet is a drug that acts as a pain killer. This drug belongs to the analgesic narcotic class of drugs. It is made up of the combination of oxycodone, which is a narcotic Opioid, and acetaminophen, also known as paracetamol. This drug is among the most commonly abused prescription drugs, and is also known by other names like Percocet, Tylox and Endocet. This drug is prescribed by medical personnel to relieve pain. It can suppress both severe and moderate pain. When it is combined with Oxycodone, its effects tend to be elevated.

Recent years have seen an increase in the abuse of Roxicet, and indeed the rate at which this abuse is increasing is alarming. For this reason, efforts are being put into play by a number of stake holders to curb the rate of abuse. Addiction to this drug often starts as an experiment. Many addicts have attested that they found themselves developing an addiction as a result of experimentation. Long-term abusers of Roxicet are likely to find stopping use of the drug to be a challenge.

Roxicet Addiction Symptoms

Addiction can be a terrible ordeal to undergo and dealing with its effects may prove to be a very difficult exercise. When a user can no longer do anything without the drug’s effects, it is time to seek professional medical help 800-303-2482. Young people in particular, can be drawn into a pattern of drug abuse by experimenting with it for recreational purposes.

Addicted users exhibit a number of symptoms. First, a Roxicet abuser may experience mood swings. If you or someone you know is exhibiting rapid mood changes when under the influence of Roxicet, this may be an indication that addiction is developing. Abusers of Roxicet may take the drug to experience a ‘high’ or a feeling of floating in their own world. As these feelings subside, the abuser may experience mood swings, possibly becoming aggressive and depressed. Emotional instability is indication of a substance abuse problem.

‘Speed’ freaks may exhibit signs of stimulation, including rapid, jumpy movements. Lack of motivation or ambition, slow or fast response time, neglect of personal hygiene is all potential signs of drug addiction. This is because those abusing this substance tend to concentrate on obtaining and abusing the drug at the expense of all other activities.

Use of larger quantities of Roxicet than have been prescribed or are medically required is a clear indication of addiction. When this drug is used for a long time, it results in growing tolerance, requiring more of this drug to experience the same feelings as were experienced earlier. Anyone experiencing these signs of increasing tolerance must be aware that these are indications of a problem, and be willing to seek professional medical help to overcome their addiction.

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