2013-06-14 21:00:13 on What is being “High”?
[quote Kyofu~]Uhm… I dont know of this is the name or not but I think it is…
that is the name on the bottle. Or im reading the wrong thing :/[/quote]
Hydrocodone aka vicodin aka Norco aka lortab
2013-06-14 18:59:16 on What is being “High”?
Also, I feel it necessary to point out that almost never does being high consist of “seeing rainbows or talking about unicorns.” Most often it is a false sense of well-being. For example, someone who has just taken a dose of the medication oxycodone may feel as if things are great when in reality they’re having a lot of problems. This is often the reason why people get addicted to drugs. Be it narcotics or alcohol, it makes the person feel good and keep coming back for more.
2013-06-14 18:42:55 on What is being “High”?
Pain meds can make one high. It really depends on the medication and the individual’s tolerance to that particular med.
2013-06-14 06:18:36 on :P
Do your own homework.
2013-06-14 02:40:24 on What do you study?
2013-06-14 01:58:16 on Today I received a big surprise.
[quote November_Rain]That’s awesome! Knowing there are good people is so important.[/quote]
Yup! Thank you! :)
2013-06-14 01:54:32 on Today I received a big surprise.
[quote The Sherlockian]That’s great!
Glad to hear that not all of the doctors there are jerks![/quote]
[quote Mitzy★]Yay!! :D[/quote]
[quote newinfunlife]Thats great !!! congratulations !!! :)[/quote]
Thanks to the both of you! :D
2013-06-14 01:22:41 on so i have this xboyfriend.
She’s probably jealous and very insecure both in herself and in her relationship with him.
2013-06-14 01:19:37 on Whenever i check my boyfriends facebook he has private
Why are you checking his facebook to begin with?
2013-06-14 01:09:44 on which is the best birthday gift for father ?
Depends on the father. What does your dad like? Does he enjoy watching and/or playing sports? Or is he more of a homebody and into things like reading and doing things that make him think (i.e. a crossword puzzle)?
Your answers to the above will dictate your answer to your own question.
2013-06-13 21:53:26 on Relapse or worse
What has you feeling this way?
2013-06-13 20:11:00 on what is acne caused from?
[quote Anonymous]hm didn’t know that about carbs. I eat a lot of it. thanks[/quote]
2013-06-13 17:34:56 on what is acne caused from?
According to the MayoClinic:
Three factors contribute to the formation of acne:
Overproduction of oil (sebum)
Irregular shedding of dead skin cells resulting in irritation of the hair follicles of your skin
Buildup of bacteria
Acne occurs when the hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. Hair follicles are connected to sebaceous glands. These glands secrete an oily substance known as sebum to lubricate your hair and skin. Sebum normally travels up along the hair shafts and then out through the openings of the hair follicles onto the surface of your skin. When your body produces an excess amount of sebum and dead skin cells, the two can build up in the hair follicles and form together as a soft plug, creating an environment where bacteria can thrive.
This plug may cause the follicle wall to bulge and produce a whitehead. Or, the plug may be open to the surface and may darken, causing a blackhead. Pimples are raised red spots with a white center that develop when blocked hair follicles become inflamed or infected. Blockages and inflammation that develop deep inside hair follicles produce lumps beneath the surface of your skin called cysts. Other pores in your skin, which are the openings of the sweat glands onto your skin, aren’t normally involved in acne.
Factors that may worsen acne
These factors can trigger or aggravate an existing case of acne:
Hormones. Androgens are hormones that increase in boys and girls during puberty and cause the sebaceous glands to enlarge and make more sebum. Hormonal changes related to pregnancy and the use of oral contraceptives can also affect sebum production.
Certain medications. Drugs containing corticosteroids, androgens or lithium are known to cause acne.
Diet. Studies indicate that certain dietary factors, including dairy products and carbohydrate-rich foods — such as bread, bagels and chips, which increase blood sugar — may trigger acne
2013-06-13 17:33:06 on what is acne caused from?
Typically oily skin.
2013-06-13 17:14:42 on I need help with switching my school it’s an emergency
Well, if it’s really as bad as you say and they won’t switch you then maybe you should drop and enroll in a GED program. That’s what I did when I was in an alternative school where I was bullied day in and day out by both the teacher and the students. I eventually got to the point where I wasn’t going to take it anymore and going to school was a detriment to my physical and mental well-being. With my parents agreement I dropped out and the following week I enrolled in a GED program at my local community college. I ended up graduating sooner than I would have had I stayed.