Side effects of Soma intoxication include: agitation, depression, dizziness, sleepiness, facial flushing, fainting, headache, insomnia, poor coordination, nausea and vomiting, rapid heart rate, stomach problems, shaking and tremors.
Signs that you or someone you know are abusing Soma are: Taking Soma in a way other than the way the orders were written by the doctorate, taking Soma for reasons not prescribed (for sleep, relaxation, to get high etc), taking Soma more frequently than the prescription is written results in you running out of them sooner than expected, drug-seeking behavior, doctor-shopping, going from one doctor to another complaining of whatever malady one thinks will earn them Soma from a physician, frequent periods of illness and irritability. Soma dependence and withdrawal can make a person ill for a day or two until they can find more, which restores them to seemingly normal state until they run out again.
Withdrawal from Soma results in acute symptoms including: nausea, abdominal cramps, headache, insomnia, chills, seizures, stomach pain and sleep disturbances.
Soma overdose symptoms include: fainting, confusion, convulsions, fast heartbeat, hallucinations, muscle stiffness, vision problems, shallow breathing, feeling light-headed, paralysis (loss of feeling)
If you or someone you know is suffering from Soma addiction they must be medically detoxed in a facility or hospital.
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