Actiq is the name of the logo that represents the opioid drug fentanyl. Actiq is administered as a lollipop, and the fentanyl it contains is rapidly absorbed through the oral mucosa, thereby assisting in reducing pain. It is used to control the pain associated with cancer in patients taking opioid medications nonstop and who have developed a tolerance to them.
Actiq is deserving of extra attention and investigation. Additionally, it can cause heavy breathing, despair, and various other unfavorable results. Only people who have already built up a tolerance to opioids should use them. No longer may it be utilized in treating postoperative or acute pain. Keep children well away from it at all costs.
Inappropriate use of Actiq can result in several adverse side effects, including the following:
- Feeling dizzy
- Sleep problems.
- Having mental confusion
An overdose of Actiq is another possible outcome for a patient who has stopped taking their medication as directed. People who combine Actiq and other materials with alcohol, various opioids, sedatives, or other substances that depress the central nervous system (CNS) may experience an intensification of the CNS depression that they experience as a result of the combination.