What is Fentanyl?
Fentanyl is a very strong drug from the same family as opioids and heroine.
Why is fentanyl so dangerous
For someone who doesn't normally take opioids it only takes as much as 2 grains of salts to be fatal.
Symptoms for a fentanyl overdose
Loss of consciousness.
Profoundly slowed heart beat.
Very low blood pressure.
Dangerously slowed or stopped breathing.
Bluish tint to nails and lips.
What to do if you overdose
Use naloxone if available.
heroin, morphine, methadone or codeine, alcohol, benzodiazepines, cocaine, methamphetamines, xanax, mdma and marijuana
What drugs can fentanyl be found in
Information on naloxone
Naloxone is a drug that covers the receptors in your brain that fentanyl normally activates which stops the effects from happening.