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Fentanyl was first approved for medical use in the United States back in 1968, and as of 2017, is the most widely used synthetic opioid in the world. Over the past few years, fentanyl has become one of the most dangerous recreational drugs in the country. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), synthetic opioids including fentanyl saw the sharpest increase in the number of overdose deaths in recent years. According to its statistics, nearly 30,000 people overdosed from this type of drug in 2017 alone. Since 2002, there has been a 2200 percent increase in the number of overdose deaths attributed to this type of drug, and the overwhelming majority of those can be attributed to fentanyl.

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What to Look ForSymptoms of a Fentanyl Overdose

Fentanyl, like any opioid, is incredibly addictive and potentially fatal, even in small doses. Fentanyl is approximately 50 times more potent than morphine – the amount it takes to cause serious side effects is far lower than almost every other drug. A common issue that leads to a considerable number of overdoses is that people are often unaware that there may be fentanyl mixed in with the drugs they are using. This means that while they think they may be ingesting a normal amount of drugs, the added fentanyl turns it into a potentially lethal dose. Some common symptoms that can indicate a fentanyl overdose include:

  • Slow or labored breathing
  • Slow heartbeat
  • Constricted pupils
  • Trouble responding to outside stimuli
  • Difficulty waking up
  • Seizures
  • Cold and clammy skin

If you recognize any of these symptoms in someone who recently took fentanyl, it’s important to call for immediate medical attention. It could save their life.


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