Signs of an Opioid Overdose

Know the Signs of an Opioid Overdose

Anyone trying or using drugs could overdose, even if no one knew fentanyl was in the drugs. Know what an overdose looks like, so that you can do the right thing.

How can I spot an opioid overdose?

A person could be overdosing if they:

  • Won't respond or wake up
  • Have slowed or no breathing
  • They're making gurgling or snoring sounds
  • They have blue or gray skin or lips
  • They have cold or clammy skin