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Narcan (also known as naloxone) is a medication that's like an antidote for opioid overdoses. It rapidly binds to opioid receptors in the brain, preventing them from causing the dangerous breathing problems that can lead to death. Think of it as hitting the "pause button" on an overdose, giving time for medical professionals to arrive and provide further care. It's easy to administer, even without medical training, and can be given as a nasal spray or injection. Remember, it's crucial to call emergency services after administering Narcan, even if the person seems to recover.
Opioids are natural or synthetic chemicals that reduce feelings of pain. Common prescription opioids include:
These web pages will help you learn more about prescription opioids:
Recognizing an opioid overdose can be difficult. If you aren’t sure, it is best to treat the situation like an overdose—you could save a life. Call 911 or seek medical care for the individual. Do not leave the person alone. Signs of an overdose may include:
Who Should Get Narcan Trained? Given the increasing prevalence of the opioid crisis, everyone should consider getting Narcan trained. However, some individuals and groups are at higher risk of encountering an opioid overdose and could benefit even more from this lifesaving skill. Here's a breakdown to help you decide if Narcan training is right for you:
Even if you don't fall into one of these high-risk categories, getting Narcan trained is still a powerful way to be prepared and help others. The more people who are equipped with this lifesaving skill, the more lives we can save from opioid overdoses.
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