What are the signs of an overdose?
Asked: 2018-03-12 23:32:13
I’m a teacher, and I hear a lot about drug overdoses in schools. I want to know the signs of an overdose so I can be prepared in case the situation arises.
Answered: 2018-04-02 05:41:20
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Answered: 2018-03-13 06:44:54
Overdosing is no good, you can die from an overdose. Theres a sign for ya. Why on earth anyone would not only take drugs, but take enough of them to cause any signs of an overdose is beyond me. Drugs now days are all full of crap that can kill you. Why risk it.
Answered: 2018-04-07 18:46:11
The signs of an overdose can include dilated pupils, unsteady walking, chest pain, difficulty breathing, blue lips, high body temp, violent or aggressive behavior, confusion, paranoia, tremors, seizures, unconsciousness, or even death.
Answered: 2018-03-14 23:34:56
Props to you for wanting to be prepared and ready. Many people who overdose may be found slumped over or passed out, appearing to be in a deep sleep or worse. They will also have an irregular heart beat and may have a faint pulse.
Answered: 2018-04-06 11:25:51
explains some signs of overdose, like problems with your vital signs. Vital sign values can be increased, decreased or completely absent. Sleepiness, confusion and coma are common and can be dangerous if the persn breathes vomit into the lungs. Skin can be cool and sweaty for hot and dry, chest pain can occur, or abdominal pain, committing blood, or blood in bowel movements can be life threatening.
Answered: 2018-03-13 06:01:49