Xylazine is a sedative medication that works on the central nervous system. Xylazine is better known as a horse tranquilizer - it's used to subdue animals for medical procedures or to calm down an overly excitable horse. People who abuse Xylazine are often looking for the effects of PCP, but because of how xylazine works, they get the opposite effect. The side effects of Xylazine use include dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and agitation. Some people experience hallucinations after taking Xylazine. In addition, people who abuse Xylazine may experience withdrawal symptoms when they stop using xylazine at even lower doses than they started with.
Xylazine sedates animals and people and treats anxiety, pain, and respiratory disorders.
In humans, xylazine can cause drowsiness or dizziness and lead to vomiting and diarrhea if taken in large doses. However, in dogs and cats--the animals most commonly treated with xylazine--the drug causes muscle relaxation but doesn't slow down heart rate or respiration as other sedatives do; therefore, it may be safer for pets than different types of drugs used for anesthesia during medical procedures like spaying/neutering surgeries or dental cleanings.
It's also used in the veterinary industry but can be dangerous if you don't know what you are doing. Xylazine is a sedative that slows down your heart rate and breathing, making you feel relaxed and sleepy. The drug works by affecting certain chemicals in the brain called neurotransmitters, which send signals between nerve cells (neurons).
The effects of taking xylazine may include: feeling dizzy, tired, or drowsy; confusion; difficulty concentrating; nausea or vomiting; blurred vision; muscle weakness or trembling.
Xylazine is a sedative, not a hallucinogen. It's used to sedate animals and humans in emergencies. Xylazine abuse can lead to death or severe injury if you mix it with other drugs or alcohol, so it's essential to know if your loved one has been using this drug before you approach them about getting help for their addiction.
Agitation is a common side effect for people who have used xylazine. If you are driving or operating heavy machinery, you must be aware of this side effect not to endanger yourself or others.
The hallucinations that people experience during xylazine abuse can be terrifying and confusing. For example, some users report seeing things that aren't there, hearing voices telling them to commit violent acts or hurt themselves, feeling sensations on their skin, and other sensory hallucinations (such as bugs crawling under their skin). These hallucinations can lead someone abusing the drug to believe they are being attacked by an evil spirit or demon, causing them to become violent toward others around them to protect themselves from these perceived threats.
The severity of these symptoms will depend on how much you have been taking, for how long, and whether or not it has been mixed with other drugs.
The most common withdrawal symptoms are:
These symptoms may be severe enough to require medical attention if left untreated. In addition to these physical effects, withdrawal from any drug can lead people back into addiction if left untreated; this is why seeking professional addiction treatment is so important!
Xylazine can cause suicidal thoughts and behavior. If you are feeling depressed or having suicidal thoughts, please seek help immediately. If you have used xylazine and are experiencing these symptoms, knowing that they can be treated with therapy or medication is essential.
Rehab is an excellent option for people who want to get clean and sober. However, there are many different types of rehab, so it's essential to do your research before choosing one. Passage Malibu offers non-12-step addiction treatment programs tailored to each individual's needs. At Passages, you are treated with dignity and respect. What sets Passages apart from other treatment centers is that our supportive and confidential environment allows you to feel safe and supported during this difficult time.