This is occasionally followed by a wave of painful lesions, blisters, or sloughing -- the technical term for when your skin peels off in layers like you're molting. Skin damage may result in second or third-degree burns, followed by a nasty fever and diarrhea. The mortality rate is low, but you might wish you were dead when the long-term effects -- like scarring, vision problems, and respiratory failure -- set in. And all if that doesn't get you, just wait until your hair and toenails fall off.
Amiodarone Might Turn You Into A Goblin
Amiodarone is a powerful, life-saving antiarrhythmic reserved for patients with extreme heart irregularities. Oh, also it might transform you into Hulky Smurf. Because the drug is stored in the skin long after use, it can turn you a weird shade of blue. It also turns your eyes yellow, to go with the blue.
But hold up, reckless Avatar cosplayers -- the drug can also alter your personality, gait, and mental health. Your extremities could bloat up like a novelty foam finger, or you might experience difficulty speaking, start shaking uncontrollably, or even develop an acute sensitivity to light. There's also reports of paranoia, hallucinations, dizziness, impairment of spatial and temporal awareness, a tendency toward angry outbursts, and the development of rambling, illogical opinions "that cannot be changed by fact." Unfortunately, despite the matching color palette, this does not solely explain the existence of Twitter.