Drug overdose takes place when a person takes in an uncontrolled amount of a drug that results in vomiting blood, feeling dizzy, difficulty in breathing, chronic chest pain and abdominal pain. This may be caused intentionally, due to depression, being pressurized by other friends, feeling tensed, or being unable to cope with stress. A doctor should be consulted immediately for treatment of drug overdose in order to prevent further complications.
HOW IS DRUG OVERDOSE DIAGNOSED?
Some of the possible complications related to drug overdose are fluctuations in the heart rhythm, unconsciousness, liver damage, heart problems and death.