Vicodin Marquan w, JahSyr W & DashaNay B.


Vicodin is a prescription drug, made up of Acetaminophen and Hydrocodon, used to treat pain.

Hydrocodon is an opoid pain reliever. Opoid is often known as a narcotic while Acetaminophen is less of a pain reliever that strengthens Hydrocodon.

Side effects

The side effects of Vicodin are nausea, constipation, dizziness and drowsiness.

Becoming addicted

It's one of the most frequently abused drugs in the U.S.

Symptoms of Vicodin abuse

  • Slow heartbeat
  • Fear
  • Seizures
  • Headache
  • Blurred vision
  • Ringing in the ears

A person addicted to Vicodin will experience a slow heart beat. They will see their skin become clammy.

Addicted by accident

A person can come addicted to Vicodin without purposely trying. A person can get addicted to the pain relief brought on by Vicodin which causes them to become addicted.


A sauna detox is used for recovering addicts. Rehabilitation is also recommended.

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