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High on unisom: Snorting Unisom (Doxylamine): Side Effects And Dangers

Snorting Unisom (Doxylamine): Side Effects And Dangers

Unisom (doxylamine) is a nighttime sleep aid that can sometimes be misused for its effects. One of the ways it can be misused is by snorting it, which can have serious side effects. Snorting Unisom can be a sign of drug abuse and may require treatment.

Unisom (doxylamine) is an over-the-counter drug. It is typically used to help people fall asleep or stay asleep.

Unisom comes in tablet form that is meant to be swallowed. Snorting Unisom can be a sign of drug misuse and drug addiction, which may require treatment.

Read more about the dangers of snorting drugs

Why Do People Snort Unisom?

Unisom is a sleep medication that may be misused by young adults or people who have a history of drug abuse or addiction. Snorting Unisom is uncommon.

Someone might snort Unisom to:

  • get high
  • feel drug effects faster
  • feel calm
  • experiment with drugs

Unisom is not a common drug of abuse. It belongs to a class of drugs known as antihistamines, which are not known to cause euphoria or be physically addictive.

Side Effects Of Snorting Unisom

Unisom is primarily taken as a sleep aid. Snorting Unisom may cause side effects of the drug to kick in quicker and may increase the likelihood of serious side effects.

Side effects of snorting Unisom might include:

  • dry nose and mouth
  • nasal inflammation
  • pain in the nose
  • sleepiness
  • dizziness
  • headache
  • chest congestion
  • nausea
  • low blood pressure

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