Mebaral Addiction and Abuse

Siobahn Morse, the executive director of The National Institute for Holistic Addiction Studies, discusses Mebaral addiction and abuse in this Special Report.

What is Mebaral?

This medication is used to relieve anxiety and tension. Mebaral is also used to control seizures.

Controlling and reducing seizures lets the individual do more of their normal, daily activities, reducing their risk of harm when losing conscious and lessening their risk for a possible life-threatening condition of frequented, repeated seizures.


Mebaral Addiction and Abuse

Mebaral belongs to a class of drugs known as barbiturates. It works by restoring the balance of certain natural substances in the brain to produce a calming effect.

What are the effects of Mebaral?

Recreational users of barbiturates say that the drug gives them feelings of relaxed contentment and euphoria.

Tolerance to the drug occurs quickly and people will take higher and higher doses to get the same effect.

Physical and psychological dependency may also develop with repeated use.

Barbiturate abusers are prone to fatal overdose because the difference between an effective dose and a lethal dose narrows as the length of use increases.


What is Mebaral addiction and abuse?

Mebaral can become addictive for those who use the drug for long periods of time or those who are prescribed high doses of the drug.

It can often lead to dependency when the user develops a tolerance to the drug and he or she might have to continually increase the dose in order to experience its effects.

What are the side effects of Mebaral?

The side effects of Mebaral include: confusion, hallucinations, slow heart rate, dizziness, memory problems, feeling nervous or agitated, nausea, vomiting, headache and feelings like you might pass out.

What are the withdrawal symptoms of Mebaral?

The withdrawal symptoms of Mebaral include: anxiety, irritability, elevated heart and respiration rate, muscle pain, nausea, tremors, hallucinations, confusion and seizures.


Mebaral Addiction and Abuse

Mebaral Addiction and Abuse



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